Articles By John Ingold
Six people have died of COVID-19 complications at Centennial Healthcare Center in Greeley alone. Four others from one Littleton assisted-living center, Libby Bortz, also have died.
Colorado is extending its special health insurance enrollment period because so many are rushing to get coverage
The state created the enrollment period so more people can have health insurance as the coronavirus spreads
The nationwide Crimson Contagion training exercise shows how assumptions made in pandemic planning have hindered the response to COVID-19 in Colorado and the nation.
The coronavirus has sickened more than 1,700 people in Colorado and killed at least 33. More than 200 people are hospitalized.
Colorado’s governor says he is using data to guide the state’s response to the coronavirus. But the numbers are incomplete.
Colorado researchers are building a model for when COVID-19 will peak in Colorado but say a lack of testing makes that harder
If it gets bad, Colorado doctors have a plan for who gets lifesaving coronavirus treatment — and who doesn’t
Colorado has not yet implemented its crisis standards of care, but one doctor says the state may be inching closer.
Governor signs bill abolishing Colorado’s death penalty, commutes sentences of state’s 3 death row inmates
Colorado becomes the 22nd state to end the use of capital punishment
Colorado governor asks landlords to forgo evictions, penalties for late rent; forms business-response panel
There are nearly 300 confirmed coronavirus cases in Colorado. Four people have been killed by the disease.
As hospitals brace for critical coronavirus patients, Colorado still doesn’t know how many ventilators are in the state
Hospitals say they could soon see hundreds of patients with COVID-19 and official state numbers -- hobbled by limited testing -- don’t reflect the full tally. State health officials say it could be days before they have a ventilator count.