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COVID-19 vaccine
COVID-19 vaccine

Littleton Public Schools superintendent says he got death threats over vaccine controversy

Videos of minors about to receive shots after lying to staff spurred turmoil

Education

Parent of Littleton student who misled COVID vaccine clinic staff says goal was to shut down school inoculation sites

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment said it believed two Littleton Public Schools vaccine clinic videos were designed to bring down vaccination efforts at schools

Coronavirus

Littleton Public Schools shuts down vaccine clinics after videos show alleged minors misled staff about age, consent

Health agency is concerned that videos are part of anti-vax campaign

Health

Weld County’s health department is no longer allowed to post about COVID on social media

46 people died from the coronavirus in Weld County last month. The commissioners say they'll no longer approve Facebook posts about vaccination against the disease.

Coronavirus

COVID outbreaks have shut down some Colorado schools. Will holidays and cold weather make things worse?

Nearly 40% of COVID cases related to outbreaks in Colorado are at schools as the delta variant rapidly spreads among students and staff.

Education

Schools, pediatricians look to make up lost ground on non-COVID vaccinations

Only 41% of Black children who were 18 months old were up to date on vaccinations in fall of 2020, compared with 57% of all children of that age.

Health

Littwin: Who you gonna believe on vaccines, Aaron Rodgers or that commie, Big Bird?

Rodgers, the NFL star quarterback, can’t believe that “the woke mob” just won’t listen to his side of the story. Could it be because he’s a stone cold liar?

Opinion Columns

Two districts account for nearly 90% of Colorado’s very limited COVID testing in schools

Nearly two months into the program, only about 6,000 students are getting swabbed weekly. That’s less than 1% of the state’s K-12 population.

Education

Zornio: The geographical privilege of denying COVID-19 vaccines

As anti-vaxxers in rich nations shun the COVID vaccine shot, many in poor nations are dying for access

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Want to persuade people to get vaccinated? Stop trying

An introduction to ‘invitational rhetoric’ and two researchers finding promising results with people who are vaccine hesitant

Opinion Columns

Opinion: We work in Colorado’s emergency rooms. We need you to help us end the pandemic

We are exhausted, and our hospitals are overflowing

Opinion Columns

University of Colorado’s health system fires 119 unvaccinated workers

Among those fired, 54 employees were from the Denver region, 33 from northern Colorado and 32 from the southern part of the state

Coronavirus

A Colorado town is about as vaccinated as it can get. But it still has COVID.

Shots alone aren’t enough to prevent spread because of porous geographic boundaries and waning vaccine effectiveness against the highly contagious delta variant

Health

Silverman: Bob Enyart was a man with convictions. They cost him his life.

The pastor and conservative talk radio host who spurned vaccines died recently of COVID-19

Opinion

FDA advisory panel backs COVID-19 booster shots only for seniors, high-risk

Health

Security workers called in to protect Jefferson County mobile coronavirus vaccine clinics

Attackers used a car to knock down signs advertising free shots. Another time someone threw live fireworks into a tent.

News

Colorado voters split along party lines on mask and vaccine mandates in schools

Parents as a whole were almost evenly split on whether masks should be required in schools, a new poll finds

Education

Unvaccinated staff at the center of federal investigation into rising nursing home deaths in Grand Junction

At one facility in Mesa County, 42% of staff were still not fully vaccinated compared to only about 8% of residents

Health

Littwin: Boebert blasts Biden for sending “Needle Nazis” to knock on Mesa County doors. Problem is, no needles, no Nazis, no Biden.

There will be no fans at the Olympics. France is going to “COVID passports.” Don’t they want to own their libs? America is ahead of the game, but Republicans cheer the news that Biden didn’t reach his 70% vaccine goal.

Opinion Columns

Colorado picks first 5 scholarship winners in vaccine drive

A total of 25 scholarships are being offered by the state, along with a $1 million lottery program for five adults

Health
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