The count since March now stands at 3,317.
Among the new cases there were 27 residents from Fort Collins, 18 from Loveland, three from Berthoud and Wellington and one from Estes Park, Johnstown and Timnath.
Ages ranged from a 10-year-old Berthoud girl to a 77-year-old Loveland woman, but were spread over the ages with four people under 18, 16 in the 18-29 age range, five in their thirties, six in in my forties, nine in fifty, eight in sixty, and six in seventy.
All but one new cases were reported as confirmed by a molecular amplification detection test.
High risk factors included 52 new cases reported within 24 hours, 14 of the past 14 days saw more than 15 new cases, and a 14-day case of 171 per 100,000 population.
The number of suspected cases grew by two to 485. No new deaths or outbreaks were reported on Friday. The number of deaths remains 54, and the number of outbreaks remains 63, of which 17 are still active.
The information is updated daily at larimer.org/coronavirus.