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Colorado governor says “we were lied to” after federal plans to speed up vaccine didn’t prove up

Colorado was expecting to receive 210,000 coronavirus vaccine doses next week. "Now we find out we’ll only get 79,000 next week," Gov. Jared Polis wrote on Twitter.

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How many Coloradans need to get vaccinated to reach coronavirus herd immunity? It’s complicated.

It's not just a matter of giving enough shots. A bunch of other factors — like the effectiveness of the vaccine, how people mix in society and how the virus itself might mutate — come into play.

“It’s like Lady Gaga tickets”: Colorado health officials need help managing vaccine demand

County health departments say they lack the software to schedule residents, keep track of who is eligible and who is next for the coronavirus vaccine

Colorado is about to change its coronavirus vaccine priority list — again

People between the ages of 65 and 69 could receive the vaccine sooner under the changes

Fueled by coronavirus, Colorado saw an extraordinary increase in deaths in 2020

COVID-19 was the third-leading cause of death in the state in 2020, according to preliminary numbers

Colorado’s coronavirus vaccine rollout is confusing and frustrating — but also working, state leaders say

Regional disparities have emerged, as counties, schools and hospitals all chart their own paths

Your nose knows you have COVID before you do. Is a scratch-and-sniff card the best tool for mass testing?

Researchers at the University of Colorado and Yale have developed a smell test they estimate can be as effective for coronavirus surveillance as regular PCR tests

Stories of fear, hope, survival and reflection from the year that was 2020

Our annual round-up of Colorado narrative stories highlights the themes that, for better or worse, will make 2020 hard to forget. We want you to add your favorites.

Colorado reshuffles its coronavirus vaccination plan, moves essential workers and people 70 and older up in line

Teachers, state lawmakers and some journalists have also been moved up in priority

Colorado now has enough coronavirus vaccine for all frontline health care workers — and is poised to move into Phase 1b

About 9,000 people are being vaccinated a day in the state, Colorado National Guard general says

Colorado isn’t changing its vaccine priority plan for now, despite new federal recommendations

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices issued the new guidelines over the weekend

Who should go next for the coronavirus vaccine? A possible answer has been in Boulder all along.

University of Colorado professor Daniel Larremore and his research team have modeled which vaccine allocation strategies save the most lives

Colorado hospitals are rapidly vaccinating their staff against coronavirus. Questions remain about the timing of who comes next.

Some hospitals could finish giving first doses to staff in Phase 1a within weeks and move into Phase 1b

Colorado bishops warn Catholics about morality of COVID-19 vaccines, citing fetal cells

The open letter to Catholics affirms the use of some COVID-19 vaccines is "morally acceptable under certain circumstances."

General public in Colorado likely won’t have access to coronavirus vaccine until summer 2021

A distribution plan unveiled Wednesday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment prioritizes health care workers, and nursing home residents and staff for the first doses

Which Coloradans should receive the coronavirus vaccine first? The answer depends on who you ask.

Politicians and the general public often focus on the benefits to the individual receiving the vaccine. Public health experts focus on the community as a whole.

More than 46,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine will soon head to Colorado. Here’s what happens next.

The federal government is controlling distribution of the vaccines and is allocating them to states based on population size. That means Colorado, with 1.69% of the nation’s population, will get 1.69% of the available supply.

Colorado’s coronavirus surge swamps public health workers who track case counts, exposures

County health departments have switched to abbreviated questionnaires and robocalling. They spend hours hunting for duplicates in the case count.

Colorado’s governor says prisoners won’t be prioritized for a coronavirus vaccine. A state plan outlines otherwise.

Gov. Jared Polis’ comments Tuesday run counter to the ethical framework in a plan drafted by his administration. Colorado officials say the plan will be revised next week.

Something in the way we move: The reason coronavirus came roaring back in Colorado

“The prerequisite for this current surge has been in place for a while,” says a CSU professor on the state’s explosion of COVID-19 case numbers

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