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Gov. Jared Polis begins quarantine after exposure to person with coronavirus

Polis has tested negative for COVID-19 for now, but expects to be retested in the coming days

Tri-County Health director unsure if Colorado’s new coronavirus restrictions are enough, but “it’s worth a try”

Dr. John Douglas said research suggests closing indoor dining at restaurants can have a meaningful impact on the spread of COVID-19

It could take up to a year before every Coloradan who wants a coronavirus vaccine can get one

The federal government will distribute vaccine supplies to states based on population size, and this means millions will likely go without in Colorado until summer -- at least

Colorado’s coronavirus deaths haven’t yet spiked as cases have. Health leaders say that’s not a reason for complacency.

Though hospitals are better at treating COVID-19 patients now than in the spring, strained hospital capacity makes it harder to sustain those advances

Health care coverage for more than a half-million Coloradans at stake in Obamacare fight at Supreme Court

State law is a backstop to many of the most popular consumer protections in the Affordable Care Act

The last time Colorado Democrats swept everything in an election was 1936. The parallels are striking.

For the first time in 84 years, Democrats in Colorado will control every major statewide elected office, both chambers of the legislature, both U.S. Senate seats and the balance of the state’s U.S. House delegation, while also winning the state’s presidential vote

Colorado’s coronavirus test positivity rate, a crucial metric, may be off

The measurement doesn’t include all COVID-19 tests performed in the state, and that’s not the only recent data challenge health officials have faced

A half-million Coloradans have already signed up for the state’s new coronavirus-tracking notification tool

The app, called Exposure Notifications, works only on smartphones, leaving out at least 19% of the state

“We expect an active fire”: Weather is forecast to fuel East Troublesome fire on Friday

The fire grew by about 45,000 to 50,000 acres on Thursday to become Colorado's second largest recorded blaze at 170,000 acres. It is just 5% contained.

A phone app that will tell you if you’ve been exposed to coronavirus is about to launch in Colorado. Here’s how to use it.

The app, called Exposure Notification, will be available starting on Sunday, Oct. 25

Coronavirus is a historic health crisis. So why isn’t it increasing Colorado health insurance prices?

In regulatory filings with the state, insurance carriers keep using the same word: Uncertainty

Colorado has had coronavirus spikes before. Here’s why the current one could be different.

Rising numbers of hospitalizations. Cooler weather. Upcoming holidays. This is not the trajectory the state wants to be on right now.

Five charts that show where 2020 ranks in Colorado wildfire history

Before 2002, Colorado never had a 100,000-acre wildfire. Now it has its first 200,000-acre fire.

Shooting amid Denver protests leaves man dead; 9News security guard detained as suspect

Videos taken at the scene just outside of the Denver Art Museum showed a confrontation in a crowd of people followed by a single gunshot being fired

Colorado unveils draft plan for who will get a coronavirus vaccine first

Health care workers get early priority, but there likely won’t even be enough doses to vaccinate all of them right away

You need a flu shot this year. Here’s a guide to help you find one in Colorado.

Health officials are urging everyone to get a flu vaccine this year to limit the strain on hospitals from a potential flu-coronavirus double whammy

Jared Polis wishes Trump a full recovery, but says White House “didn’t have strong enough precautions”

The Colorado governor says the president’s infection shows the need for mask-wearing and social distancing

PCR? Antigen? Antibody? Your guide to the different kinds of coronavirus tests and how accurate they are

As new varieties of rapid COVID-19 tests hit the market, knowing which test tells you what is becoming even more important

A huge number of Coloradans already say they won’t get a coronavirus vaccine. Will politics make it worse?

Liberals are most likely to say they will get vaccinated, but distrust of the Trump administration could change that

Coronavirus has caused significant mental health strain in Colorado — for some more than others

A new survey from the Colorado Health Foundation shows sharp divisions based on race, income and political affiliation

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