Patrick Hosokawa, left, of Aurora, sorts food with his University of Colorado Anschutz Campus colleague Laura Helmkamp, right, of Denver, as they volunteer at the Food Bank of the Rockies warehouse on March 12, 2020, in Denver. Concerns about the new coronavirus have reduced the number of volunteers statewide, prompting a restructuring of the networks that deliver food to the needy. (Andy Colwell, Special to The Colorado Sun)

At a time they’re needed most, Colorado food banks brace for fewer volunteers, shutdown of smaller pantries amid coronavirus fears

Many pantries are likely to suspend operations — some already have — as measures to thwart COVID-19 keep people home, or at least away from crowds

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Colorado’s mountain hospitals “in good shape” with absence of tourists

The reduction in patients has been attributed to the closure of ski areas, which are typically packed with spring break visitors this time of year

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“I have to stand on faith”: A Denver pastor is critically ill with coronavirus. His wife is also sick with the disease.

The Rev. Terrance "Big T" Hughes – co-pastor at New Covenant Christian Church/Alpha Omega Ministries Disciples of Christ in Denver – is critically ill with COVID-19.

Colorado is still figuring out how to protect the homeless as Denver shelter reports two coronavirus cases

Two patients at the Stout Street clinic tested positive for COVID-19 and are now recovering in isolation. Homeless advocates worry the state isn’t prepared for an outbreak.