Coronavirus lockdowns in prisons test limits of Colorado’s rules on solitary confinement
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the Colorado Department of Corrections isolated inmates in single-person cells, sometimes for weeks or months. The state says people should be in solitary for no more than 15 days.
An Aurora doctor tried to prioritize refugees for the coronavirus vaccine. Colorado told him to stop.
“We need health affirmative action,” says Dr. P.J. Parmar, who tried to make sure the 500 vaccine doses he gets each week go to people who live in the 80010 ZIP code