New COVID-19 Cases, Deaths, Outbreaks Reported in Larimer County
In an COVID-19 update on Wednesday (Nov. 18), the Larimer County Department of Health reported new COVID-19 cases, deaths and additional outbreaks to its cumulative tally - a set of numbers that have been recorded and updated regularly since the start of the pandemic.
According to the Loveland Reporter-Herald, Larimer County added 380 new COVID-19 cases to its tally on Wednesday (Nov. 18); The county's new cumulative total is 7,102.
Among the 380 new COVID-19 cases, 246 cases were found in Fort Collins, 70 in Loveland, 13 in Wellington, 11 in Estes Park, 11 in Berthoud and 10 in Windsor.
The youngest case is a 3-year-old Fort Collins boy, and the oldest case is a 94-year-old Fort Collins woman.
Additionally, the Larimer County Department of Health reported 2 new COVID-19 related deaths - two 84-year-old Fort Collins men who both died on Nov. 9. The number of deaths in Larimer County since the beginning of the pandemic in March now stands at 65.
COVID-19 outbreaks in Larimer County are updated weekly on Wednesdays; In the county's latest update, 25 new outbreaks were recorded - bringing the county's cumulative total of outbreaks to 143.
An outbreak is two or more cases at a single business, care center or activity.
Among the 143 outbreaks, 73 are currently active. Locations of newly listed outbreaks include:
- Thompson Valley High School, Loveland - 4 confirmed, 2 probable cases among student body; 1 confirmed case among staff
- Loveland High School, Loveland - 5 confirmed, 1 probable case among student body
- Hillcrest of Loveland, Loveland - 5 cases among residents and staff
- Lemay Avenue Health and Rehabilitation, Fort Collins - 7 cases among residents and staff
- North Shore Health and Rehabilitation, Loveland - 9 cases among residents and staff
- Rehabilitation and Nursing Center of the Rockies, Fort Collins - 5 cases among residents and staff
Larimer County remains a high risk area.
For the latest information regarding COVID-19 in Larimer County, visit larimer.org/coronavirus.