Boulder, seeking to stop coronavirus surge, bans all gatherings among 18 to 22 year olds until Oct. 8
There have been nearly 1,400 confirmed or probable coronavirus cases among University of Colorado Boulder students since Aug. 24, the first day of the school's fall semester
Colorado health officials sound alarm about “very substantial increases” in coronavirus cases among college-age populationBy Jesse Paul Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
At first, Colorado didn’t have enough coronavirus tests. Now, it’s asking more people to get tested.By Jesse Paul Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado governor lets bars, restaurants serve alcohol until 11 p.m., but continues last-call limit for 30 more days
Bars and restaurants, furious about the limitation, sued Gov. Jared Polis over his last-call order. But a Denver District Court judge sided with the governor and kept the mandate in place.
What it’s like for the 100-plus Colorado College students stuck in their dorm after a peer tested positive for coronavirus
The locked-down students, most of them first-years, are spending their time reading, puzzling and Zooming in isolation. “If this happened within the first 24 hours of me being at school, how is the rest of college going to look?” one wonders.
The order comes as four major fires are burning more than 130,000 acres in western Colorado. Gov. Jared Polis said three of the blazes are believed to have been human-caused.
As Colorado College students arrived on campus, one tested positive for coronavirus. Now, an entire dorm is quarantined.
The situation underscores the difficulty of higher education during the pandemic as students at University of Colorado Boulder, the largest university or college in the state, begin moving into their housing
Colorado touts its new private coronavirus testing contracts as a way to speed up results. Already there are problems.
More than 350 people who were tested by Mako Medical in Colorado Springs are being asked to return after state health officials found problems with how their samples were handled. Mako, which is running three testing sites in Colorado at a daily cost of up to $200,000, has faced criticism before.
From vaccines to contact tracing to pet sitting, Colorado volunteers are meeting the coronavirus demand
About 2,000 new volunteers, including medical professionals, radio operators and traffic directors, have signed up through the Colorado Volunteer Mobilizer during the coronavirus outbreak.
The New Life Church, where at least 9 in 10 parishioners went without masks on the first Sunday after Colorado’s order began, was certainly not unique
Last call: Colorado governor targets young adults and says "this is not the summer to party"
Threats, vandalism, job loss: Colorado’s public health officials are under attack as they respond to coronavirus
Across the state, public health departments are facing a barrage of vitriol as they respond to the pandemic. Some officials have up and quit under the pressure, while others who stay say they fear for their safety.