Larimer County has added new COVID-19 outbreaks to its cumulative list, pushing the county's total number of outbreaks over 100 since the beginning of the pandemic.

On Wednesday (Nov. 11), the Larimer County Department of Health updated its outbreak data, which happens every Wednesday. The update added 22 new outbreaks to the list, pushing Larimer County's total to 118 outbreaks since March — 51 of which are still active.

The 51 active outbreaks were reported at locations including:

  • Colorado State University - 678 cases
  • Fort Collins Jeep - 22 cases
  • Courtyard of Loveland - 21 cases
  • Fossil Ridge High School - 15 cases
  • Prospect Park Living Center - 14 cases
  • Fort Collins High School - 8 cases

For a full list of outbreaks in Larimer County, click here.

Larimer County remains a high risk area, according to the Larimer County Department of Health website.

The two-week case rate per 100,000 residents was at 529 as of Wednesday (Nov. 11). The two-week positivity rate in the county also grew Wednesday, rising to 8.6%.

For the latest updates regarding COVID-19 in Larimer County, visit larimer.org/coronavirus.

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