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Larimer County Offices, Courts, District Attorney, and Landfill will be closed on Nov. 26, 2020, for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. Larimer County Offices will remain closed on Nov. 27, 2020, but the Courts, District Attorney, and Landfill will be open. Critical county services are not disrupted by closures.
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09/2/2020

COVID-19 Testing Update

Larimer County, CO --- Larimer County Department of Health and Environment (LCDHE) is taking action to improve COVID-19 test result turnaround time for Larimer County residents. In coordination with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, LCDHE COVID-19 test specimens are now being sent directly to a laboratory with the capacity to return results within 48 hours of receiving them. 

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11/20/2020

Larimer County to Move to Safer at Home Level Red of Colorado’s Dial

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has moved Larimer County from Safer at Home Level 2 (Yellow) to Level 4 (Red) on Colorado’s Dial. The Larimer County Board of Health has voted to support this transition to Level Red. The move is a result of rapidly increasing COVID-19 case counts, positivity rates across all age groups, and significant impacts to hospital utilization within Larimer County over the past several weeks. 

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11/13/2020

Larimer County Health Department issues an Emergency Public Health Order to help suppress the virus and maintain hospital capacity for care

Rising COVID-19 Numbers Jeopardize Larimer County’s Safer at Home Level 2 Status
Larimer County Health Department issues an Emergency Public Health Order to help suppress the virus and maintain hospital capacity for care

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Larimer County Department of Health & Environment Responds to COVID-19 Pandemic
 

March 15, 2020: Larimer County Declares Formal Emergency to Access Local, State and Federal Resources for COVID-19 Response

Colorado is responding to the spread of COVID-19 across the state. Our priority is keeping the people of our state safe. We are monitoring the situation in real-time and are prepared to act when we do have a known case in our community.

We are working together with state public health officials, following federal guidance, to assess and test suspected cases, identify people who may have been exposed to cases, and determine the need for monitoring, isolation, quarantine, or other restriction of movement and activities.

Multiple responses to emerging pathogens in the last few years have prepared public health to respond to situations like this. We have worked on SARS, the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic, and MERS. Officials are working closely with CDC and organizations across the state to ensure our response is proactive, strong, and collaborative.

We have pandemic response plans ready to go, we have built tools and protocols to monitor travelers and other individuals who may be exposed, we have the infection control expertise we need, and perhaps most important, we’ve built strong relationships with community and healthcare partners.

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