Yesterday's Boulder County COVID-19 data shows that the seven-day positivity rate at 4.3% with 113.7 new cases per 100,000 people in the same time period.
To date, 23,110 total individuals in the county have tested positive or been considered probable for COVID-19 with 792 people becoming sick enough to warrant a hospital stay. Around 250 Boulder County residents have died because of the virus.
After several days of no recorded deaths in March, those numbers changed throughout April. No days during that time saw more than five deaths for the three recorded periods.
The data shows that 8,040.6 per 100,000 people in Longmont have tested positive, to date, still trailing Boulder at 8,111.9.
Boulder County now reports 67.2% of residents, or 184,180 people, have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. According to the following chart the number of partial courses, or first doses, has gone down while people are still seeking out the second dose.
Vaccine clinics are available across the county and state. Including some community clinics focusing on those who are homebound or experiencing transportation issues.