As Colorado continues its COVID-19 vaccine rollout, including moving into Phase 1B.3 on March 5, here's where Larimer and Weld Counties stand as of March 1. 

According to the State of Colorado, Larimer County makes up 6.2 percent of Colorado's population and has administered 26,265 vaccines per 100,000 people.

The state reported that:

  • the highest percentage of people getting vaccinated in Larimer County were those between the ages of 70 and 79, at 31.5 percent.
  • 61 percent vaccinated were female
  • 38 percent vaccinated were male
  • 80 percent vaccinated were White
  • 2.6 percent vaccinated were Hispanic
  • 5 percent vaccinated were unknown
  • American Indian, Native, Asian, Black, Pacific Islander were all less than one percent of those vaccinated (full demographic data here)

Larimer County is currently in Level Yellow restrictions, has a positivity rate under five percent and has a Level Up variance.

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Weld County is 5.6 percent of the state's total population and has administered 20,666 COVID vaccinations per 100,000 people.

The state reported that:

  • the highest percentage of people getting vaccinated in Weld County were those between the ages of 70 and 79, at 26 percent
  • 62 percent of vaccine recipients were female
  • 27 percent vaccinated were male
  • 80 percent vaccinated were White
  • 7.9 percent vaccinated were Hispanic
  • 8 percent vaccinated were unknown
  • 1.2 percent vaccinated were mixed race
  • American Indian, Native, Asian, Black, Pacific Islander were all less than one percent of those vaccinated (full demographic data here)

Weld County is also under Level Yellow restrictions.

As of March 1, Colorado's COVID-19 positivity rate is 3.4 percent. 913,102 Coloradans have been immunized with one dose, and 482,442 have been immunized with two doses.

The NoCo Virus Tracker articles are made possible by our partners, the Keep NoCo Open campaign that reminds citizens to wear a mask, wash your hands, physically distance and support local as Northern Colorado recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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