As COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to impact our lives in Northern Colorado, stay up to date on information here with our NoCo Virus Tracker.
Colorado Schools To Get 1 Million Rapid Covid Tests For Spring
Governor Polis is sending out the rapid tests for school staff, students and families every month during the Spring semester.
Cinemark Movie Theaters to Reopen in Fort Collins on Friday
Movie tickets are on sale now.
Larimer County Records 3 New COVID-19 Deaths, 40 New Cases
The Larimer County Department of Health added 3 new COVID-19 related deaths to its cumulative tally on Monday (Jan. 4), bringing the county's death toll since the start of the pandemic to 154.
CHSAA: Basketball Players To Wear Masks When Playing
High school basketball players will have a little extra challenge when their season starts up in the form of wearing a mask while playing.
Larimer County Records 70 COVID-19 Deaths In December
The deaths accounted for in December make up 46% of all COVID-19 related deaths in Larimer County and equate to more than three times the 22 deaths reported in November, the county's second deadliest month of the pandemic.
Fort Collins' Oldest Bar, Town Pump, Saved By Community
The community responded by raising more than $80,000 through a GoFundMe.
Gov. Polis Announces Loosening Of COVID-19 Restrictions
In light of the progress the state is making with fighting COVID-19, the governor has requested that CDPHE move all counties in Red on the dial to Orange-level restrictions, effective Monday, Jan. 4.
Larimer County Adds 7 More COVID Deaths, Including A 30-Year-Old
According to data from the Larimer County Department of Health's website, although more than half of those who died were 85 years of age or older, 3 of the deaths reported since Sunday have been Fort Collins women under 60 — a 58-year-old, a 47-year-old and a 30-year-old.
Here's Polis' Latest Vaccine Update, As Told by Kyle Clark Tweets
Governor Polis gave an update on the COVID-19 vaccine status for Coloradans on Wendesday, and if you weren't able to catch his briefing, or just want the condensed version, here it is, courtesy of Kyle Clark's Twitter.