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Red Feather Webcam/Weather has gone missing again for the past few days....is it temporary?
Is FRII no longer in the Subsidized Internet Program? They told me to apply, and sent me a link:
That link only sends me to a sign in to a "My Account" page:
If I try to create an account, I get an error page:
ERROR The website encountered an unexpected error. Please try again later.
There is no link for FRII on the page listing links for the Larimer Subsidized Internet Programs:
Owner name is missing. I can bring up one of my parcels (92 Brown Trout Lane) but the owner name is blank (and then it showed up), and I searched for "Brown Trout" street name to get that one to show up - there should be more records come up - 165 Brown Trout, 173 Brown Trout. There should be a Bein Cabin records, and a Combs Colin record.
FRIDAY, AUG 12, 5:07 PM
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Where is current outbreak data for COVID 19 at Columbine West? They told us 19 residents but won't release the data on staff.
From the Larimer County Department of Health and Environment:
Thank you for reaching out. All residential care facilities work closely with the Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) residential care strike team to manage COVID-19 outbreaks and clusters in their facilities. Outbreak data is updated once per week by CDPHE. This data is first updated on the CDPHE website (https://covid19.colorado.gov/covid19-outbreak-data) on Wednesdays and the changes are reflected on our local page (https://www.larimer.gov/health/communicable-disease/coronavirus-covid-19/larimer-county-positive-covid-19-numbers#/app?tab=outbreaks) by Thursday.
The webpage indicates there are 3 resident cases and 17 staff cases linked to this outbreak. If additional cases have been reported to the CDPHE residential care strike team since that time, they should be reflected within the next day. Identifying information such as name or date of birth of cases is protected health information and not available to the public.
Please note that CDPHE has recently announced a change in the way this data will be displayed. Read more here: https://covid19.colorado.gov/press-release/cdphe-to-update-public-covid-19-outbreak-data-to-reflect-current-stage-of-response The information available on the webpages linked above may change over the next few months.
Thanks for your input. Here's the response from the Larimer County Health Department:
The two hospital admissions metrics you reference come from different sources and are different metrics.
The CDC COVID-19 Community level (currently level High according to the CDC levels) and the associated metrics at the top of the page come directly from the CDC. The CDC receives daily updates from hospitals regarding admissions with COVID-19 via the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The CDC then calculates a rate of admissions per 100k residents based on our Larimer County population. However, hospital admissions with COVID to Larimer County facilities include residents of other counties (e.g. Weld) and even other states like southern Wyoming and western Nebraska in some cases.
In contrast the hospital admissions graph below is from Colorado Department of Health and Environment data and only includes residents of Larimer County who are hospitalized with COVID, regardless of what facility or hospital in Colorado those residents receive care at. This data is also delayed in reporting and hence there is typically a 7 to 14 day lag before all of the data for a particular day is complete.
So the first number for the CDC provides some insight into how significant a burden COVID-19 is on our hospital system while the graphed number below provides a better sense of the ongoing burden of COVID-19 on the population of Larimer County residents.
Currently, despite a significant wave of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations with COVID-19 remain at relative lows compared to other waves of the pandemic, well below anything we saw during the Delta or Omicron waves. At the same time, transmission remains high right now and those with severe COVID risk factors may become quite ill and should exercise caution to avoid exposure whenever possible.
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