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With 55 new confirmed coronavirus cases, Larimer County has reached a total of 3,186 total cases and returned to high-risk status on the county’s risk rating dial.The Larimer County Department of Health also recently added five new outbreaks with a cumulative total of 63, of which 17 remain active and 46 are considered resolved.
Most of the new cases, 38, are Fort Collins residents, while 10 live in Loveland and the rest in Estes Park, Berthoud, Johnstown, Windsor and LaPorte.
The youngest is a 1-year-old LaPorte girl and the oldest a 72-year-old Fort Collins man.
Nearly half, 26, are in their teens and 20s, while another 10 are in their 30s, 11 are in their 40s and 50s. Two each are in their 60s and 70s, and the remaining four are children. They include two from Loveland, ages 5 and 10, an 11-year-old Fort Collins girl and the 1-year-old girl.
The cumulative tally includes both confirmed and probable cases, while a separate tally tracks suspect cases, which are those who tested positive via an antibody test but never showed symptoms. There are now 482 total suspect cases.
Overall, 84% of the cases are confirmed, 3% probable and 13% suspect cases.
An outbreak is reported if there are more than two cases at the same …
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