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Larimer County Department of Health and Environment is working with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to update the classification of active outbreaks and individual cases at CSU into a single outbreak.

The number currently reported on CDPHE’s outbreak report represents a combination of all active outbreaks and positive cases affiliated with the University since Aug. 24 when students started classes. This includes the most recently reported outbreaks among athletics and Greek life. CSU and LCDHE are currently analyzing the number of COVID cases known to the University.  

“CSU does not have a new single large outbreak of COVID-19.  The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has combined all single cases and outbreaks affiliated with the University to allow for more efficiency in case investigation and reporting,” says Tom Gonzales, Larimer County Public Health Director.  “CSU, in collaboration with LCDHE, has been effective in suppressing and mitigating the spread of COVID-19 and will continue to work together to minimize illness in our community.”

It is important to recognize that this change in reporting does not indicate that CSU is the source of spread. This number could include individuals who are taking online classes and live in Larimer County, but who have not been on a campus. This could include professional development courses or other online instruction offered by the university.

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Thursday, October 8, 2020 - 5:03pm

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