Larimer County added 13 new confirmed and one probable coronavirus case on Wednesday for a cumulative tally of 1,694 since March.
Two new outbreaks were added to the list for 37 total, with 14 active and 23 resolved.
The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment updates statistics on its website daily.
The new outbreaks include 10 patients and one employee at Rehabilitation and Nursing Center of the Rockies in Fort Collins who are confirmed to have COVID-19 and four employees at Culver’s on South Lemay Avenue in Fort Collins.
The largest active outbreaks are at Seven Lakes Memory Care Center in Loveland with 28 confirmed cases and five deaths among residents and 19 confirmed cases among employees and at the Colorado State University athletics department with 24 confirmed cases and one probable case.
Ten of the 14 new COVID-19 cases are Fort Collins residents, and the rest are a 36-year-old Loveland woman, a 42-year-old Loveland man, a 55-year-old Estes Park man and a 63-year-old Estes Park woman.
The oldest of those added to the list on Wednesday is 78, and the youngest are a 10-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy, all from Fort Collins.
The number of deaths remains unchanged at 36, and the number of suspect cases also was unchanged at 413.
Updated information is available at larimer.org/coronavirus.