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
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Colorado governor orders schools to stay closed until at least April 30, will address stay-at-home extension laterBy Jesse Paul Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
A lawmaker returns to frontlines of the coronavirus fight as an ER nurse: “You can see a tsunami coming”By John Frank Politics and Government Primary category in which blog post is published
Since the state’s first case on March 5, Gov. Jared Polis and health officials have taken extraordinary steps to try to slow the spread of the disease
There's a growing chorus of American health care workers who say they’re battling the virus with far too little armor as shortages force them to reuse personal protective equipment, known as PPE, or rely on homemade substitutes. Sometimes they must even go without protection altogether.
The announcement came after two groups representing grocery and food processing workers urged Gov. Jared Polis and other state officials to give such workers the same kinds of protections available to frontline health workers
Colorado governor says spread of coronavirus is slowing, but says second person in their 40s has died
At least 53 people in Colorado have been killed by the coronavirus, which has infected more than 2,600 people and hospitalized more than 400
Democrats in the Colorado legislature jostle over whether they must return to the Capitol to continue their coronavirus pause
Senate Democrats hoped to avoid returning to the General Assembly because of the public safety threat. House Democrats felt they needed to be at the Capitol in person to avoid legal troubles.
Mental health care in Colorado has gone virtual thanks to coronavirus. For some patients, it’s long overdue.
Community mental health clinics are still open during the pandemic, but therapists are meeting with clients in privacy-protected online sessions.
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 number of counties affected and number of people hospitalized by the virus have rapidly risen in recent days.
The CDC doesn't know whether pregnancy increases chances of infection, but the fast spread of COVID-19 has some women very worried. Some are even considering delivering their babies at birthing centers to avoid infection-filled hospitals.