According to the county’s coronavirus webpage, Summit County reported 126 new COVID-19 cases within a week.
The total number of cases among residents is 3,403. In the past week, two new hospitalizations have been reported among residents, bringing the total to 132 since March 5, 2020.
On the state’s COVID-19 dial, although the incidence and positive rates have risen to orange and red levels, the county remains within the yellow level.
Summit County officials had hoped to hear from the state on Wednesday that the county would be changed back to orange, but this did not happen. If the county does receive news from the state government, officials plan to protest the move on the grounds of ending the spring break and reducing tourism.
Dial dashboard according to countryAs of 4 pm on Friday, the county had reported 377.6 new cases per 100,000 people. This number has dropped by 12.9 cases per 100,000 people from last week and is at an orange level.
The county’s positive rate (the percentage of positive test results) is now 9.7%, which is an increase of 0.5 percentage points from last week and dropped to orange levels. Although the interest rate has risen from last Friday, it is still lower than the higher interest rate that reached the red level earlier this week.
The county’s hospitalization data remained within the blue level on the dashboard, and the hospital stay continued to decline or stabilize for 14 days.
The state’s telephone lists are expected to expire in mid-April, leaving the restrictions to county officials, who have made it clear that some restrictions may be retained.
At a meeting of the health committee on Thursday, county deputy county magistrate Bentley Henderson said that companies are urging the county to consider alternative indicators for restrictive measures, including weighing factors such as hospitalizations, rather than cumulative accident rates. .
According to the county’s webpage, 51% of residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine, and 27% of them have been fully vaccinated. Among the county’s residents over 70, 73% have been vaccinated.
The Summit County Public Health Bureau reported 11 outbreaks in the following locations this week:
- 21 cases at the Frisco Alpine Dance Academy
- Two cases of Frisco’s Harker Neumaier Associates
- Three cases at Tenmile station in Breckenridge ski resort
- Three cases at Frisco adult social gatherings
- Three cases at the edge hotel of Copper Mountain Resort
- Three cases of Piante Pizzeria in Breckenridge
- Two cases of Breck Sports Beaver Run in Breckenridge Ski Resort
- Three cases at a mountain sporting goods store in Silverthorne
- Four cases at Breckenridge youth social gatherings
- Four cases at an adult social gathering in Breckenridge
- Two cases at Summit High School in Frisco
The Peak School District reported seven quarantine areas in the following schools within a week:
- A quarantine was issued at Summit Middle School on Monday, March 29, because the case was positive
- Due to positive cases, three quarantine certificates were issued at Summit High School on Monday, March 29.
- An isolation quarantine was issued at Frisco Elementary School on March 31 (Wednesday) because the case was positive
- Due to the positive cases, three quarantine certificates were issued at Summit High School on March 31 (Wednesday)
- Due to the positive cases, three quarantine copies were issued at Summit Middle School on March 31 (Wednesday)
- A quarantine was issued at Breckenridge Elementary School on April 2 (Friday) because the case was positive
- A quarantine was issued at Summit High School on April 2 (Friday) because the case was positive