Opinion: How Colorado can prepare for the next COVID-19 variant
Now that Omicron has faded, Colorado has a window of normalcy to learn from earlier waves and be ready for the next
COVID cases appear to be rising again in Colorado. Is another surge likely?
Experts believe the state still has high levels of immunity, likely making any possible surge caused by the omicron BA.2 variant less severe
Colorado’s omicron-driven COVID wave appears to have crested — but not everywhere in the state
While mountain communities and the Denver metro area are seeing cases fall, parts of southern and western Colorado continue to see increasing infection rates.
Colorado’s omicron-driven COVID spike has reached record heights. Here’s how to make sense of it.
More people now have the virus -- and are potentially capable of spreading it -- than at any other time during the pandemic
The omicron variant may now account for as much as half of all new Colorado COVID infections
Mountain resort communities are getting hit hard, but officials believe transmission is widespread
COVID cases are down in Colorado, but the new omicron variant could change that
No cases have been detected, but public health agencies are closely monitoring tests and surveilling sewage for signs of the more transmissible coronavirus variant.