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Formula updated by Larimer County Health Dept. on May 5
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Recommendations

CDC: Level of
Community Transmission

Level: {{ vm.cdcName }}
{{ vm.getRiskScore(vm.data7[4].value, 'name') }} Risk Level Recommendations
vaccine Get vaccinated as soon as possible if eligible.
Wear a mask indoors or in crowded outdoor spaces, whether you are vaccinated or not.
maskEnsure your mask fits snugly and consider a surgical or KN95 mask.
Ask everyone to wear a mask indoors.
symptomsMonitor yourself and your family and stay home if you have symptoms.
Get tested if you have COVID symptoms or if you have been exposed.
Get vaccinated as soon as possible if eligible.
maskWear a mask indoors, whether you are vaccinated or not.
symptomsMonitor yourself and your family and stay home if you have symptoms.
Get tested if you have COVID symptoms or if you have been exposed.
Get vaccinated as soon as possible if eligible.
maskConsider wearing a mask indoors, especially if you are at higher risk of severe COVID.
symptomsIf exposed, monitor for COVID symptoms and get tested.
gatheringsPostpone indoor gatherings or if you do plan to gather consider:
outside
  • Requiring everyone to be vaccinated
  • Moving activities outside
  • Minimizing the number of households
remote workEncourage remote work options if possible.
social distancingPractice social distancing.
best practicesChoose businesses and organizations that are using best practices to reduce transmission.
gatheringsIf gathering consider:
outside
  • Requiring everyone to be vaccinated
  • Moving activities outside
  • Minimizing the number of households
remote workConsider remote work options or remote meetings for larger groups.
social distancingConsider practicing social distancing in public spaces.
best practicesChoose businesses and organizations that are using best practices to reduce transmission.
gatheringsMake large events and gatherings safer by requiring everyone to be vaccinated.
best practicesChoose businesses and organizations that are using best practices to reduce transmission.

CDC National Statistics - By County

Level of
Community Transmission
U.S. Counties
at this Level
Percent of U.S. Counties
at this Level
Percentage Point Difference
Since 7 Days Ago
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Substantial {{ vm.cdc[2].count | number }} {{ vm.cdc[2].percent_counties }}% {{ vm.cdc[2].percent_change }}%
Moderate {{ vm.cdc[1].count | number }} {{ vm.cdc[1].percent_counties }}% {{ vm.cdc[1].percent_change }}%
Low {{ vm.cdc[0].count | number }} {{ vm.cdc[0].percent_counties }}% {{ vm.cdc[0].percent_change }}%
Indicator - If the two indicators suggest different transmission levels, the higher level is selected Low Transmission Blue Moderate Transmission Yellow Substantial Transmission Orange High Transmission Red
Total new cases per 100,000 persons in the past 7 days 0-9.99 10-49.99 50-99.99 ≥100
Percentage of NAATs1 that are positive during the past 7 days 0-4.99% 5-7.99% 8-9.99% ≥10.0%

Risk Score Factors
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COVID Hospital Patients

Hospital Utilization

The hospital and ICU admissions data below is updated weekly and delayed in reporting. The numbers below do not necessarily represent current hospitalizations. The hospitalization data below comes from state reporting on COVID hospitalizations of residents of Larimer County, regardless of where in Colorado they are hospitalized. In contrast, the daily hospital capacity data used for our risk factors above may include Larimer and non-Larimer residents in hospitals in Larimer County.

Vaccines

Residents receiving at least the first dose
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Residents vaccinated
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Test Results

Test Type # Tests # Positive Pct.
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% Tested

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Residents tested
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Get Tested

Confirmed + Probable Cases

Cases/100K

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Gender

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Test Type

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Cases by Race/Ethnicity

Case Demographics
Race/Ethnicity Cases Pct. Pop. Per 100K
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Cases by Exposure Source

Total Last 14 Days

Exposure Source / Day

Cases Pct

Case Log

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This data may be updated before CDPHE's daily case update.

Positive test results for COVID-19 are reported to the health department in a variety of ways for investigation and follow-up. Cases of COVID-19 are recorded as a case in the county where they permanently reside. Cases recorded here are Larimer County residents only. As we work through investigating cases originally assigned to and reported by Larimer County, they may be assigned to another county if we determine their permanent address is outside of the county.

A case may be classified as confirmed or probable depending on the characteristics of the person when diagnosed or how they were tested.

  • Confirmed Case: Someone who has tested positive using a molecular amplification detection test (such as a nasal swab tested using PCR testing). This test determines if someone is currently ill and able to spread COVID-19 to others.
  • Probable Case
    • Has COVID-19 symptoms or clinical characteristics AND epidemiologic evidence with no test confirming the diagnosis
    • Has COVID-19 symptoms or clinical characteristics AND has tested positive using an antigen or serologic (antibody) test
    • Has an epidemiological link based on risk from a known exposure AND has tested positive using an antigen or serologic (antibody) test
    • Has a death certificate that lists COVID-19 disease or SARS-CoV-2 as a cause of death or significant condition contributing to death without positive test results to confirm the diagnosis.

Confirmed and probable cases are likely to be able to spread the virus at the time their test was done so these cases are investigated by public health to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19. 

To protect the privacy of individuals, Larimer County will not publicly share any identifying information about COVID-19 cases. The most effective way to prevent COVID-19 is to stay home and avoid contact with everyone except for those in your household.

COVID-Related Deaths

Gender

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Age

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City

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Deaths Log

# Reported Gender Age City Status
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**Probable deaths (possible connection to a COVID-19 case but testing was never completed)

Outbreaks in Larimer County Map State data

In most settings such as schools, childcare settings, workplaces, events, dorms, and non-residential care settings that provide inpatient/outpatient services, as of June 2021 the new outbreak definition is:
Five or more confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19, of which at least one case has had a positive molecular amplification test or antigen test in a facility or (non-household) group with onset in a 14 day period.
Outbreak data is updated Wednesdays by the state and reflects the work of the LCDHE Outbreak team to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Cases tracked by our team represent roughly 20% of the total cases in Larimer County.
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COVID-19 School Status info:   CSU Front Range CC AIMS CC Poudre School District Thompson School District

Outbreak Log


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RESIDENTS / Attendees STAFF
Cases Deaths Cases Deaths
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On Jan. 6, 2021, the state stopped distinguishing between confirmed and probable cases and positive and probable deaths.

Vaccine Data Get Vaccinated CSV

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Residents receiving at least the first dose
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Daily average, last 14 days
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Residents vaccinated
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Daily average, last 14 days
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Age 12+ at least the first dose
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12+
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16+
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GroupMetric#% of group
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All residentsAt least one dose {{ +vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total number of residents receiving first dose']++2179 | number }} {{ ((+vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total number of residents receiving first dose']++2179)/vm.pop)*100 | number: 1 }}%
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Age 16+At least one dose {{ vm.o16 | number }} {{ vm.o16pct | number: 1 }}%
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All residentsAdditional Doses* {{ vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total_additional_doses'] | number }} {{ (vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total_additional_doses']/vm.pop)*100 | number: 1 }}%
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Age 16+Vaccinated {{ vm.v16 | number }} {{ vm.v16pct | number: 1 }}%
Age 70+Vaccinated {{ vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total number of 70+ vaccinated'] | number }} {{ (vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total number of 70+ vaccinated']/vm.pop70)*100 | number: 1 }}%
White non-LatinxVaccinated {{ vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total of White non-Latinx residents vaccinated'] | number }} {{ (vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total of White non-Latinx residents vaccinated']/vm.demoPop14[1])*100 | number: 1 }}%
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LatinxVaccinated {{ vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total of Latinx residents vaccinated'] | number }} {{ (vm.vacData[vm.vacData.length-1]['total of Latinx residents vaccinated']/vm.demoPop14[2])*100 | number: 1 }}%
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Additional doses are currently only approved for immunocompromised individuals.

Age 12+ vaccinated
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Colorado State Data

  Population
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{{ ( vm.rows3[0].State_Deaths / vm.rows3[0].State_Pos_Cases)*100 | number: 1 }}% Deaths (% of those who tested positive)
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  Outbreaks  
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Colorado Case Summary

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**This data is updated daily around 4pm from https://covid19.colorado.gov/data. *Cases include people who test positive for COVID-19 AND people who have symptoms of COVID-19 and are a close contact to someone who tested positive.

Cases by County

County Cases Per 100K Deaths Pop.
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