Your nose knows you have COVID before you do. Is a scratch-and-sniff card the best tool for mass testing?
Researchers at the University of Colorado and Yale have developed a smell test they estimate can be as effective for coronavirus surveillance as regular PCR tests
Man who tested positive for more contagious coronavirus variant is Colorado National Guard soldier
The soldier, who is in his 20s, was deployed at the Good Samaritan Society nursing home in Simla, where the Colorado National Guard was responding to an outbreak at the facility
“Of course it feels unsafe”: Colorado prisons face staffing crisis as scores of guards, inmates catch coronavirus
Already, parole officers have been offered overtime pay to serve as prison guards and help with basic operations inside the locked facilities
FDA clears Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine for American public
Colorado will receive 95,600 doses of Moderna's vaccine next week
Colorado lawmaker who also works as ER nurse gets coronavirus vaccine, hopes to show others it’s safe
State Rep Kyle Mullica, a Northglenn Democrat who has worked on vaccine legislation in the past, isn’t ruling out another bill around the coronavirus inoculation
Colorado’s final coronavirus vaccine preparations include practicing for high-stakes delivery road trips
There’s security to consider, as well as Interstate 70 traffic and snowstorms. “It’s getting (different) groups to come together to put the syringes in the arms at the end of the day,” one official said.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, his partner test positive for COVID-19
Polis on Wednesday announced that he was entering quarantine after being exposed to someone who has tested positive for coronavirus
Colorado governor unveils new coronavirus restrictions aimed at preventing lockdowns
Coronavirus is running so rampant in many counties -- including Denver, Adams and Jefferson -- they should already be locked down under metrics defining the state’s old dial system.
These Coloradans survived coronavirus during the first wave. Here’s what they want you to know now.
The Colorado Sun caught up with three COVID-19 patients who were infected early in the pandemic to see how they are doing and what their thoughts are on the disease’s resurgence
Mesa County goes from being a coronavirus success story to a cautionary tale
It took Mesa County the first four months of the pandemic to record its first 100 cases. It's had thousands more in the past few weeks.
Colorado coronavirus updates: News from across the state
To help you stay updated as the situation evolves, The Colorado Sun has launched this live blog with updates on closures, restrictions, and other COVID-19 developments.
Testing alone won’t be enough to stem Colorado’s surge of coronavirus cases
Health officials warn that the tried and true advice of tests -- plus “austere behavior” -- offers the best chance to control the virus
Why another statewide lockdown is unlikely, even as Colorado’s coronavirus situation worsens each day
The Colorado Sun interviewed Gov. Jared Polis about his thinking on how to handle the latest surge of COVID-19 in the state. “We’re learning a lot more,” he said.
Denver orders city residents to be home by 10 p.m. in attempt to slow coronavirus
The new restrictions in Denver come after Gov. Jared Polis on Thursday, along with Colorado's top epidemiologist, warned coronavirus is circulating in the state at its highest rate since the pandemic began
Coronavirus is circulating in Colorado at its highest rate since the pandemic began, health officials say
There were 894 coronavirus hospitalizations in Colorado as of Thursday -- the highest-ever level. CU responds by going to online-only instruction starting Nov. 16.
The best coronavirus warning system? Poop and pooled spit, Colorado State University says
Emerging research suggests infected people start shedding the coronavirus in their poop early in their infection, and possibly days before they begin shedding it from their mouths and noses
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
Denver implements more coronavirus restrictions as cases, hospitalizations continue to rise
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced on Tuesday that the state has downgraded the city to Colorado's safer-at-home Level 3 status. Businesses, including restaurants and retail, and offices can only operate at 25% of their capacity.
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