Denver’s decision comes as outbreaks at the University of Colorado Boulder are threatening in-person learning, and Colorado College has moved fully remote
Boulder, seeking to stop coronavirus surge, bans all gatherings among 18 to 22 year olds until Oct. 8By Jesse Paul Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Coronavirus cases in Colorado have reached their highest levels since July. Dr. Rachel Herlihy, the state's epidemiologist, called the spike "very concerning."
Gov. Jared Polis said “it's a time for belt tightening” but offered a tiered approach to reduce impact on lower-wage workers
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported 3,439 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the week ending Sunday, showing an increase of about 1,100 cases compared to the previous week
In Colorado, dozens of people report a wide range of lingering symptoms including shortness of breath, elevated heart rate, fatigue and malaise, headaches, gastrointestinal issues, body aches, brain fog and more.
Some experts say a two-week pause can also lead to longer remote learning and even sending students home.
Those stuck in Colorado's overwhelmed unemployment system are struggling with basic survival
Coloradans rejected from $300 Lost Wages unemployment program over the weekend may be eligible after all
The $300 is part of the Lost Wages Assistance program, a $44 billion program funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency under an executive order from President Donald Trump
The decision to suspend in-person classes comes after Boulder County Public Health last week asked all CU Boulder students to voluntarily quarantine for two weeks to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Colorado officials want to balance holding districts accountable for educating students and acknowledging that this school year isn’t exactly normal.