Fully vaccinated can travel again, new CDC guidance says
Previously, the CDC had cautioned against unnecessary travel even for vaccinated people
Durango’s COVID “cowboy” rounds up (maskless) spring break scofflaws
Leaders of this southwest Colorado city of about 19,000 are eager to hold COVID-19 at bay with a bit of old-time law and order on mask mandates — and even a little modern vaccine science
Colorado is offering prison staff $500 to get COVID-19 vaccines in effort to boost low inoculation rates
The $500, subject to normal taxes and withholdings, will come from the agency budget to fund the bonus for those who complete vaccination by May 15
Colorado’s school custodians clean through staff shortages and uncertainty to keep buildings safe
Tony Arnold, Jeffco’s director of custodial services, said he wouldn’t describe the past year as changing the job, but just some of the focus
Colorado will open coronavirus vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older starting on Friday
The state was planning to open vaccine eligibility to the general public starting in mid-April. Colorado will join at least 12 other states across the country that have already expanded eligibility to the general population or will do so by the end of the week.
In the Denver Health emergency department, patients and caregivers are scarred by a brutal year
Patients’ wounds hinted at links to the pandemic. So did the emotional damage to workers.
Coronavirus set back Colorado schools already battling to improve student performance
About 150 Colorado schools and four districts are on the state’s accountability clock. Without a pandemic, some administrators believe their schools would have soon met expectations.
How CU scientists identified coronavirus “super-carriers” by collecting gallons of students’ spit
Two recent studies from the University of Colorado Boulder may have solved a pandemic mystery: Why were so many dorm roommates of COVID-positive students not also getting sick?
More than 20 Colorado counties are poised to move to the lowest level of coronavirus restrictions
The changes come as the state implements "Dial 3.0," which makes it significantly easier for counties to achieve less-restrictive status
Coronavirus vaccines are rolling out across the world. So why are CSU scientists still working to develop new ones?
Researchers at Colorado State University are working on four COVID-19 vaccine candidates, one of which is nearing human clinical trials
Colorado’s new coronavirus vaccine phase, plenty of available shots draws people to rural Colorado
Hugo in Lincoln County hosted a mass event at the fairgrounds and elated Front Range drivers stayed overnight at a truck stop to be ready
Citizen group asks Rangely, Rio Blanco County to invoke “Constitutional Sanctuary”status
County attorney is reviewing the resolution for "unintended consequences." Meanwhile, the board governing the northwest Colorado county declared sanctuary status to protect itself from wolf reintroduction.
Colorado resorts expect next ski season to be pretty normal, but some coronavirus changes may stick around
Vail Resorts chief Rob Katz on Friday told passholders that the company is not planning to use its reservation system in the 2021-22 season
Colorado will loosen its coronavirus dial system next week, allow bars to reopen across much of the state and end personal gathering limits
Colorado is also removing its limit on personal gathering sizes, though CDPHE notes the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still strongly recommends avoiding larger gatherings and crowds to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Kamala Harris talks small business in Denver while Joe Biden touts coronavirus relief in Pennsylvania
Vice President Kamala Harris and husband Doug Emhoff were reinforcing the small business theme Tuesday with stops in Colorado
Colorado is beginning to see the benefits of coronavirus vaccinations in case rates, health officials say
Dr. Rachel Herlihy, Colorado’s top epidemiologist, and Dr. Jon Samet, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health, said there is a decreasing number of hospitalizations and cases among people 70 and older
How Colorado is changing standardized tests for elementary and middle school students this year — and why
House Bill 1161, which could be signed into law by Gov. Jared Polis as soon as Tuesday, is the result of a compromise between the testing opponents and proponents
All Coloradans will have access to coronavirus vaccine by mid-April, governor says
The next vaccine distribution phase, Phase 1b.4, will begin on March 19 includes anyone 50 and up, restaurant workers and many other essential workers
Why Coloradans should get the Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine, despite headlines about lower efficacy
The clinical trials figures might not mean what you think they do and other arguments that Colorado health leaders make in favor of getting the Johnson & Johnson shot
Joe Biden sets May 1 target to have all adults vaccine-eligible
Biden announced that he is deploying an additional 4,000 active-duty troops to support vaccination efforts and will allow more people — such as medical students, veterinarians and dentists — to deliver shots