Boulder County reported no new coronavirus-related deaths Tuesday, with the number of cases increasing by two since Monday.

To date, the number of Boulder County coronavirus-related deaths remained at 62. There are 970 people who have tested positive or who are considered probable coronavirus cases in Boulder County. Of those, 454 people have recovered, while the number of patients hospitalized remained at 163, according to Boulder County Public Health data. There are also 165 county disease investigations — down eight from Monday.

Longmont continues to have the highest number of cases and most severe rate of infection. Data from Boulder County Public Health shows 463 Longmont residents have tested positive or are considered probable cases, with the rate of infection reported as 482.3 per 100,000.

Lafayette had 79 cases and continued to have the county’s second highest rate of infection at 272.9 people per 100,000, according to Boulder County Public Health. Boulder, the county’s most populous city, had the third highest rate of infection at 238.6, with 254 of its residents positive or probable. Louisville’s rate of infection was reported as 212.4 and 45 positive or probable cases. Unincorporated Boulder County showed an infection rate of 144 per 100,000, with 64 people testing positive or considered probable. Erie’s infection rate was 142.2, with the number of positive or probable cases reported as 16. In Lyons, three people have tested positive or are considered probable for the virus. Nine people in Superior have also tested positive or are considered probable.

At the statewide level, there were 26,788 positive of probable cases reported — up 211 from Monday. Deaths also rose by 16 to 1,474, with 1,228 related to the disease. There have been 4,419 Coloradans hospitalized. Of Colorado’s more than 5.7 million population, 190,700 people have been tested, according to data Tuesday from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

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