Boulder County on Monday reported seven new COVID-19 deaths that occurred during the weekend, bringing the county’s total to 306 to date.
According to Shawn Hollister with Boulder County Public Health, six of the seven people who died were not vaccinated. The six who were unvaccinated included two people in their 80s, two people in their 70s, one person in their 60s and one person in their 30s.
The one vaccinated person who died was in their 60s.
The seven deaths reported over the weekend follow two deaths reported Friday. Both of those people were also unvaccinated.
There were 257 new cases reported Monday, according to Boulder County Public Health, bringing total cases to 34,208.
Of new cases for the week, Boulder had 32.5%; Longmont, 29.5%; Lafayette, Louisville and Superior, 19.7%; and other municipalities and unincorporated Boulder County, 18.3%.
The county reported that new cases per 100,000 people in past seven days is 265.8, with a seven-day positivity rate of 6.2%.
Longmont has 12,280.9 cases per 100,000 population, with Boulder at 10,715.4.
Statewide, total cases stand at 811,813, with total deaths because of COVID-19 at 9,178, and hospitalizations at 45,915. Just over 4 million Coloradans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, with 3.6 million fully vaccinated.