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Boulder County on Friday recorded 81 coronavirus cases and the University of Colorado Boulder tallied five.

The county sits at 5,310 positive cases and 85 deaths. There are 252 disease investigations in progress and there have been 240 hospitalizations. County data shows Friday there are 44 individuals currently hospitalized — the largest number of daily hospitalizations since April 28.

CU Boulder is up to 1,127 positive cases from on-campus testing. There were 95 diagnostic tests and 820 screening tests performed Thursday, the university’s coronavirus dashboard shows. There are two isolation spaces in use, or 0.4%. The university has performed 6,165 diagnostic tests and 41,059 monitoring tests since Aug. 24.

St. Vrain Valley School District’s coronavirus dashboard shows 77 cumulative cases, 30 of which are active.

Among students, the dashboard lists the following active cases: two at Alpine Elementary School, one at Erie Elementary School, four at Erie High School, one at Frederick High School, one at Longmont High School, one at Mead High School, one at Niwot High School, one at Rocky Mountain Elementary School, two at Silver Creek High School, two at Skyline High School, one at Sunset Middle School, one at Thunder Valley PK-8 and two at Westview Middle School.

The following cases are active among staff: one at Coal Ridge Middle School, one at Erie High School, one at Legacy Elementary School, one at Longmont Estates Elementary School, one at Mead Elementary School, one at Silver Creek High School, one at Skyline High School and three at Sunset Middle School.

Boulder Valley School District’s coronavirus dashboard shows five active cases: one each at Eisenhower Elementary School, Flatirons Elementary School, Angevine Middle School and Summit Middle School. There is one active case at the Education Center. Fireside Elementary School and Ryan Elementary School have one case each of a symptomatic individual pending test results.

Boulder County’s five-day average of new daily cases Friday was 37.6. One week ago, the five-day average was 36.6.

Statewide, there have been 91,572 positive or probable cases. There have been 2,211 deaths among the cases, and of those, there have been 2,076 deaths because of the coronavirus. There have been 8,557 people hospitalized. Of Colorado’s roughly 5.7 million population, 1,124,409 people have been tested for the virus.

Boulder County cases by age

0-9: 89

10-17: 189

18-22: 2,321

23-24: 140

25-34: 486

35-44: 396

45-54: 402

55-64: 287

65-74: 166

75+: 208

Boulder County deaths by age

0-9: 0

10-17: 0

18-22: 0

23-24: 0

25-34: 0

35-44: *

45-54: 3

55-64: 4

65-74: 14

75+: 63

Note: Results suppressed (*) when value is 1 or 2.

Some data may be missing due to ongoing disease investigations and reporting delays, the health department notes, and some data may be missing due to ongoing disease investigations and reporting delays.

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