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Littwin: My 6-year-old grandson has COVID. He seems to be doing all right. But I’m far from OK.

Everyone wants COVID to be over. But the truth is, as we continue to engage in the COVID wars, we don’t seem to want it enough.

Opinion Columns

Colorado schools brace for staffing shortages as they return from holiday break amid record COVID surge

On Monday, at least three Denver schools — Northfield High School, Lake Middle School and Denver Montessori Junior/Senior High School — had announced temporary shifts to remote learning this week as staff members called in sick

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Masks, COVID vaccines will be optional in Douglas County schools, new board majority decides

Board President Mike Peterson said the goal is to provide students with a consistent, predictable masking policy and move to a system where individual accommodations are made instead of broad mandates

Education

Denver and its surrounding counties just issued a new mask order. These five charts show why.

The number of people dying from COVID in Colorado is the highest it has been all year

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Adams, Arapahoe and Jefferson counties will have indoor mask mandates starting Wednesday

As coronavirus surges, the three suburban counties voted Monday to enact indoor mask mandates.

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There are less than 100 intensive care beds available in Colorado as COVID cases continue to rise

As of Friday, there were 1,296 people with COVID-19 in Colorado hospitals

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Pediatrician, medical student sue University of Colorado over denial of COVID vaccine religious exemption

The federal lawsuit filed by the Thomas More Society is the latest clash over a growing number of private- and public-sector vaccine mandates nationwide

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At least 610,000 white flags will stand in D.C. in honor of those who died from coronavirus. A Coloradan is among those behind it.

The memorial will be the largest participatory public art installation on the National Mall since the AIDS quilt in 1987.

Culture

Pritchett: Re-engaging post-COVID is like riding a bike. It might involve a wobble before a steady ride.

My first professional encounter in ages required adjustment -- do I even own dress shoes? -- but the joy it unleashed was...great

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

Colorado launches $5M sweepstakes to persuade people to get a COVID vaccine. Here’s how it will work.

Colorado is following in the footsteps of Ohio, where a vaccine drawing helped drive a surge in people getting inoculated against COVID-19

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Coloradans will be allowed to go mask-free in almost all settings as coronavirus restrictions are lifted in Denver area

The alterations follow new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that fully vaccinated people no longer need to socially distance or wear masks indoors with some exceptions

Health

When coronavirus life got me down, I found hope by exploring comedy

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Opinion

Coronavirus experiences, however challenging or fulfilling, do not add up to immunity

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Write On, Colorado

Drew Litton: Even Santa needs COVID relief

Cartoons

Jim Morrissey: Hey, Santa. No mask, no cookies!

Cartoons

For this coronavirus Christmas, I made a special list from A to Z

Write On, Colorado

Essay: For Colorado transplants, coronavirus has made the distance from our families unbearable

Opinion

Colorado coronavirus deaths jump to 179 — an increase of 29 in one day — as hospitalizations pass 1,000

Denver is now leading the state in total number of deaths with 31

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Doctors fear for their families as they battle coronavirus with not enough protection

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.

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