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Carman: Take it from a former vaccine skeptic, COVID is the “real deal”

A river guide thought COVID was overblown until he wound up in the hospital with a bad case. Now he's eager to get vaccinated

Opinion Columns

Littwin: The debate about vaccines and stem cells is the latest twist. By the way, the pope says it’s “suicidal” not to be vaccinated.

In other news, my grandson’s first-grade class is in COVID quarantine. With luck, he’s got a jab coming sometime in the near future.

Opinion Columns

Nicolais: UCHealth’s transplant policy should make the unvaccinated re-evaluate

After UCHealth placed a transplant candidate on inactive status for failure to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, the balance between personal choice and accountability become clearer

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

Nicolais: Rationing health care should be a scary side effect for the unvaccinated

Other states have recently adopted official crisis of care standards that provide health care providers more flexibility to choose who receives care and who does not

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Judge dismisses Denver police officers’ challenge to city vaccine mandate

Seven officers claimed that the city did not have the authority to impose the mandate

Health

Opinion: It’s too hard to think for myself. Just give me the vaccination already

I’m taking the easy road over the edge of the cliff

Opinion Columns

These 10 charts show why Colorado leaders decided to get tough on coronavirus vaccine mandates

The stagnation of COVID-19 vaccination rates, the delta variant’s surge and fears of a coming wave of deaths and hospitalizations all played a part

Coronavirus

Carman: An examination of rural Colorado’s coronavirus vaccine resistance

On a trip to the state's southwestern corner, the rural/urban divide stood out in sharp relief, and statistics told the rest of the story

Opinion Columns

You didn’t win Colorado’s first coronavirus vaccine sweepstakes drawing. Here’s who did.

A health care worker from Mead was announced Friday as the first $1 million winner of the Colorado Comeback Cash sweepstakes. Four more people will get the prize.

Coronavirus

There’s a new way to measure the political divide in Colorado: coronavirus vaccination rates

Across the state, blue counties are getting vaccinated at higher rates than red ones

Coronavirus

Opinion: Access and information, not hesitancy, are the biggest challenges in getting more Coloradans vaccinated

The hesitancy we need to confront is not in the hearts and minds of Coloradans of color — it is in the institutions that exist to serve them.

Opinion Columns

A Colorado woman developed rare blood clots from a coronavirus vaccine. She says you should still get vaccinated.

Doctors at UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital were the first in the country to try a different drug in treating the clots

Coronavirus

Almost 75% of likely Colorado voters are already vaccinated against coronavirus or plan to get inoculated, poll shows

But 12% said they aren’t sure whether they’ll get vaccinated against COVID-19 and 15% said they don’t plan on getting vaccinated

Coronavirus

Colorado coronavirus cases are rising, especially among people under 18, as hospitalizations spike as well

Gov. Jared Polis and state health officials urged people Tuesday to keep getting vaccinated, especially with thousands of open appointments available in the next few days

Coronavirus

Almost everyone in Colorado who eagerly wanted a coronavirus vaccine has gotten one. Now comes the hard part.

Persuading the vaccine hesitant requires trust and dialogue, and that means reaching herd immunity for COVID-19 will take time

Coronavirus

People fly to Cortez for coronavirus vaccines, but some who live in southwest Colorado can’t reach a clinic

By the end of March about 43% of Coloradans who had received their first doses, and had addresses on file, got those shots outside of their home county. At least 60,000 of them traveled more than 50 miles for a shot.

Coronavirus