Boulder County reports 58 new coronavirus cases, no new deaths

Kelsey Hammon, Daily Times-Call, Longmont, Colo.
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Mar. 7—Boulder County on Saturday reported 58 new coronavirus cases, but no new deaths.

To date, Boulder County Public Health reported 19,246 cases. The death toll remained at 248 people. As of Friday there were nine people in Boulder County's hospitals due to COVID-19. There have been a total of 591 residents hospitalized due to COVID-19. The seven-day average for the number of new cases per 100,000 people is 99.

The University of Colorado Boulder reported six positive test results discovered during testing Friday, according to the university's dashboard. There were also 193 diagnostic and 1,362 monitoring tests taken. Nine on-campus isolation spaces, or 2% of the university's isolation reserve, were in use. Since Jan. 4, there have been 355 positive results; 6,233 diagnostic tests and 44,811 monitoring tests. Throughout the academic school year, there have been 2,080 positive test results.

Statewide, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported there have been 435,762 cases. State data also showed there have been 5,995 deaths due to COVID-19. There have been 23,886 people hospitalized. Of Colorado's roughly 5.7 million population, there have been 2,610,434 people tested.

Boulder County cases by age

0-9: 755

10-17: 1,405

18-22: 4,644

23-34: 3,805

35-44: 2,306

45-54: 2,272

55-64: 1,599

65-74: 900

75+: 982