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Determined by Larimer County Health Dept.
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The state moved Larimer County to Yellow on Feb. 6.

Colorado's Dial 2.0 Level Determinants

  GREEN: Protect
Our Neighbors
BLUE:
Caution
YELLOW:
Concern
ORANGE:
High Risk
RED:
Severe Risk
PURPLE:
Extreme Risk
New Cases Must achieve all 8 Protect Our Neighbors metrics and complete the certification process 15-100
per 100,000
7 day
100-300
per 100,000
7 day
300-500
per 100,000
7 day
501+
per 100,000
7 day
Statewide hospital capacity risks being breached; crisis standards of care approaching
Percent Testing  Positivity Must achieve all 8 Protect Our Neighbors metrics and complete the certification process Not greater than 5% Not greater than 7.5% Not greater than 10% 10% or higher Statewide hospital capacity risks being breached; crisis standards of care approach
Hospitalized County Residents Must achieve all 8 Protect Our Neighbors metrics and complete the certification process Increasing, stable or declining? Regional capacity will also be considered. Increasing, stable or declining?  Regional capacity will also be considered. Increasing, stable or declining?  Regional capacity will also be considered. Hospital system capacity constrained; state assistance requested for patient transport or staff augmentation Statewide hospital capacity risks being breached; crisis standards of care approach
Risk Score Factors (hover for description)

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The state moved from 14- to 7-day as a dial determinate on Feb. 5, 2021.

COVID Hospital Patients

Hospital Utilization


Test Results

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% Tested

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Residents tested
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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, probable, or suspect 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.
  • Suspect Case: someone who has tested positive using a serology (antibody) test but who did not have COVID-19 symptoms or clinical characteristics. Antibodies can take several weeks to develop after being exposed so someone who has tested positive for antibodies has likely recovered and is no longer able to spread the virus at the time they are tested for antibodies.

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. 

At the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak in Colorado, serologic testing was not available and a system to track probable cases that could not be tested due to limitations in available testing was not yet in place. Now that serologic testing and testing for active infections are now more available, suspect and probable cases are now being reported and tracked, sometimes retroactively, by public health officials. 

As we are receiving a larger volume of probable and suspect cases being reported to us, a trend that is likely to continue, LCDHE has added these differentiations to our case data. This page is being updated to reflect these different case types. Larimer County continues to do a good job flattening the curve. Compared to other large counties in the state, Larimer County continues to see noticeably lower COVID-19 cases and deaths.

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

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**Probable deaths (possible connection to a COVID-19 case but testing was never completed) CSV

Outbreaks in Larimer County Map

Outbreak Data reflect the work of the LCDHE Outbreak team to reduce the transmission of COVID-19. Cases tracked by our outbreaks team represent approximately 20% of the total number of cases in Larimer County. Statewide data on reported outbreaks

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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Outbreak data updated Wednesdays by the state. Two or more lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19 in a facility or (non-household) group with onset in a 14-day period.
On Jan. 6, 2021, the state stopped distinguishing between confirmed and probable cases and positive and probable deaths. More Info

Vaccine Data CSV

Due to delays in data reporting, more recent days may be underreporting vaccinations and doses.
Residents receiving at least the first dose
Daily average, last 14 days
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Residents vaccinated
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Residents receiving at least the first dose
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Residents vaccinated
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Residents 70+ receiving at least the first dose
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Residents 70+ vaccinated
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% of Total Doses Given: By Gender

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According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics,
77% of the US healthcare workforce is female.
% of Total Doses Given: By Age Group
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Colorado State Data

  Population
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  Outbreaks  info
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State Vaccines Administered


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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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