Articles By Jennifer Brown

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The “Long-Haulers:” These Coloradans got COVID in March — and their symptoms haven’t gone away

They were the accidental pioneers, navigating a mysterious illness that doctors didn’t yet understand. Eight months later, some are losing their hair and fatigue persists.

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Colorado researchers are gathering data on coronavirus survivors. Here’s what they’ve found.

Long-lasting symptoms include brain fog, muscle pain, blood clots and mental illness, say doctors studying COVID-19 survivors

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Will Colorado’s special legislative session save restaurants? “Probably not,” industry leader says.

However, Sonia Riggs, CEO of the Colorado Restaurant Association, thinks any relief will be beneficial and may be able to help eateries at the margins

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Colorado restaurants worry the governor’s latest coronavirus restrictions are the final blow

At least 15 counties will enter Colorado’s “red” coronavirus level on Friday, meaning indoor dining at restaurants must cease. Hordes of workers are losing their jobs.

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As HIV infection rates rise in Colorado, pharmacies can now prescribe preventative pills

Medication to protect people from contracting HIV was approved in 2012, but public health officials want to increase access to the drug

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Colorado agency erred in dumping a mental health program for doctors, judge rules

An administrative law ruling says DORA’s new contract is void. But the case that has riled the state’s physicians is far from over.

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“Fraudulent worker” investigation shakes Moffat County; human services director leaves job

County officials refuse to respond to inquiries about the staff shakeup and probe of more than 80 cases

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Colorado voters approve creation of paid family leave program

Workers start paying into the statewide pool in 2023 and could apply for paid time off in 2024.

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Colorado measure to ban abortions after 22 weeks of pregnancy fails

The ballot question failed 40% to 60%. The campaigns were expecting a tighter race.