Larimer County commissioners have declared a state of emergency after a fourth case of the Coronavirus was identified Tuesday afternoon.

A Fort Collins woman in her 50's has tested positive for Coronavirus, bringing the county total to four.

Two other cases have been linked to a Loveland long-term care facility. The Coloradoan is reporting that both a worker and a resident have tested positive. Woodward Inc has also confirmed a worker at its Drake Road facility tested positive for the virus.

As of Wednesday morning, there were at least 183 positive COVID-19 cases in the state. Two people have died following infection.

Information about COVID-19 is accessible from the county through various means:

  • Online: larimer.org/health
  • By phone: 970-498-5500 (9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday)
  • Text: 970-999-1770
  • Receive text message updates: Text COVID19LC to 888777.

Source: Coloradoan

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