Boulder County on Saturday reported one new COVID-19 death and 116 new cases.

The new death reported Saturday brings the county’s total death toll to 250. Mike Stratton, Boulder County Public Health spokesperson, said the person died on Jan. 21 and was in their 70s. They were not a long-term care facility resident. The death information came in late Friday as part of the data quality assurance process.

To date, Boulder County Public Health reported 19,630 total cases. There have been 625 residents hospitalized due to COVID-19. As of Friday, there were 13 people in Boulder County hospitals due to COVID-19.

The University of Colorado Boulder reported during testing Friday that there were 15 positive test results, according to the university’s online dashboard. There were 130 diagnostic tests and 1,383 monitoring tests completed. Six on-campus isolation spaces were in use, which is 1% of the university’s isolation reserve. Since Jan. 4, there have been 398 total positive test results; 6,951 diagnostic tests and 54,374 monitoring results. Throughout the school year, there have been 2,123 positive test results.

Statewide, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported 442,753 cases. Among the cases, there have been 6,072 deaths due to COVID-19. There have been 24,185 people hospitalized. Of Colorado’s more than 5.7 million population, there have been 2,645,720 people tested.

Boulder County cases by age

0-9: 768

10-17: 1,435

18-22: 4,714

23-34: 3,884

35-44: 2,349

45-54: 2,307

55-64: 1,627

65-74: 910

75+: 991

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