As COVID-19 evolves, we must, too. But what does healthy prevention look like several years after the virus has emerged?
I understand COVID fatigue. But, by my reckoning, vaccine fatigue makes absolutely no sense.
The father of a Littleton Public Schools student who filmed himself misleading health staff to see if he could get a COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic using space in an LPS high school said the intention of the video was to shut down the clinic and the prevent similar ones in the future. Gregg McGough, the […]
I’m not saying right-wing radio host Dennis Prager’s bizarre approach to COVID-19 is the weirdest anti-vax moment of the pandemic, although I’m guessing it’s probably in the top 10. What I am saying, with all certainty, is that it has to be the weirdest involving the presumed frontrunner in the Colorado GOP race to choose […]
Yearning for complete normalcy, we keep coming up empty. Not enough Americans trust science and vaccines. Regardless, there are significant improvements. Favorite activities have returned, like movies, indoor restaurants and live events. But fewer people are attending. How long can these businesses survive? At home, my family celebrated the return of “The Sopranos,” via its […]
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has barred the Dr. Moma Health & Wellness Center in Colorado Springs from providing any more coronavirus vaccines through the federal COVID-19 vaccination program. The decision, announced Friday morning, comes after a months-long investigation that found clinic workers failed to properly handle and store their allotment of […]
By Colleen Slevin, The Associated Press At least 92% of Denver’s municipal employees were vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Friday, a day after the city’s vaccine mandate took effect in a bid to slow the spread of the virus during the fall and winter, according to a review of city compliance data. The employee vaccination […]
As soon as I finished writing this column, I headed over to my neighborhood pharmacy to get the Pfizer booster shot. It has been eight months since my second shot — I was fortunate to get in line early when vaccine doses were hard to come by — and the FDA and CDC have finally […]
By Matthew Perrone and Lauran Neergaard, The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Dealing the White House a stinging setback, a government advisory panel overwhelmingly rejected a plan Friday to give Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots across the board, and instead endorsed the extra vaccine dose only for those who are 65 or older or run a high […]
A Colorado county’s public health department took its three mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics off the streets after its staff was harassed while providing inoculations over Labor Day weekend, the department’s executive director said. Jefferson County Public Health executive director Dawn Comstock said medical staff working at a mobile vaccine clinic in neighboring Gilpin County, about […]