Larimer County has added new COVID-19 confirmed cases and deaths to its cumulative total, a number that has continued to grow since March.

On Monday (Oct. 26), the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment reported 44 new confirmed COVID-19 cases; As of 7:30 p.m on Monday night, Larimer County's updated cumulative total had risen to 3,827.

Among the 44 new confirmed cases, 29 were found in Fort Collins, 10 were found in Loveland, two in Johnstown, two in Wellington and one in Glen Haven.

The oldest case is a 74-year-old Fort Collins woman, and the youngest case a 1-year-old Fort Collins girl.

In addition to the new confirmed cases from Monday, two new COVID-19 related deaths were also reported - claiming the lives of an 88-year-old Loveland man and an 80-year-old Estes Park woman, according to the Loveland Reporter-Herald.

There have now been a total of 57 coronavirus deaths among Larimer County since the start of the pandemic in March.

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