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COVID-19 case and vaccine update

Early week update
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This week COVID-19 positive cases “decreased greatly,” according to a Facebook post from Boulder County Public Health. 

Over the last seven-day period, the average number of positive cases has decreased to 37.1 among Boulder County residents, according to Boulder County Public Health data released yesterday. 

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However, Longmont has risen above Boulder in the cumulative number of positive cases by four. 

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Residents continue to get vaccinated however, the numbers have slowed. The county reports 69.2% of residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine so far. Over 55% of residents or 151,215 people have received the full course of the vaccine. 

 

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Vaccine administration by race and ethnicity continues to climb among most populations, however, those identifying as Hispanic remain with the lowest percentage of those vaccinated.

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Boulder County Public Health encourages residents to “continue to take precautions, such as washing your hands frequently and wearing a mask, as vaccinations increase,” according to a Facebook post yesterday.

Macie May

About the Author: Macie May

I moved to Longmont from Oklahoma in 2014 with my two boys. It didn't take long for Longmont to become my home. I enjoy getting to know the people here and being part of such a vibrant and innovative community.
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