LARIMER COUNTY, CO - Larimer County Director of Public Health, Tom Gonzales, provides advice and notices regarding the increase in cases of the COVID-19 virus in Larimer County.
On Larimer County's official website, Gonzales said that there was currently an increase in the number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus entering Larimer County in July 2021. The drastic increase in the number of people infected with the COVID-19 virus was only about a month after the Larimer County government announced the number of COVID-19 dropped cases drastically in Larimer Regency.
The Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus is also said to transmit twice the previous COVID-19 virus variant. If the spread of the COVID-19 virus at the early of the pandemic could infect 2-3 people at once, the Delta variant could infect 3-6 people at once, so the spread is extensive and fast.
Gonzales also said that the increase in COVID-19 cases while in Larimer County for seven days experienced an increase in the number, which from the original 22 people could be infected from 100,000, has now increased to 25 people from 100,000 people infected COVID-19 virus. This is the worst case, with the highest number of spreads in Larimer County recorded since last January.
The community can do several things to help suppress the spread of the COVID-19 virus by immediately giving vaccines because people who experience certain symptoms, hospitalized, even die, are detected as people who have not been fully vaccinated or have not been vaccinated not received the vaccination at all.
In addition, Gonzales also urges the public to use masks both inside and outside the room for those who have been vaccinated or have not been faxed at all.
For more information regarding the COVID-19 Update in Larimer County, please visit the following page here.
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