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When will COVID vaccines be approved for young Colorado kids? Here’s what we know.

Gov. Jared Polis has pressed the federal government to speed up the approval timeline

Coronavirus

What does it take to persuade someone to get a COVID vaccine? Patience, understanding and a lot of love.

Colorado’s coronavirus vaccination campaign may appear to have hit a wall. But there are still ways to persuade unvaccinated people to get the shot.

Coronavirus

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

COVID vaccines don’t work for some people. For them, the pandemic remains terrifying.

A study from National Jewish Health expands the kind of patients who are at risk for not developing antibodies following a coronavirus vaccine shot

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

Carman: As 2022 begins, vaccines, EVs and the allure of the cosmos give us much to celebrate

There's some good news looming on COVID-19 vaccines, the spread of electric vehicles and the cosmos, if we care to look for it

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Nicolais: I got COVID for Christmas, but I’m still thankful

It may wreck my holiday plans, but it reminds me of all of the gifts in my life. They're more valuable than anything under the Christmas tree.

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Denver reports nearly all school staff vaccinated, but 108 could lose jobs

Superintendent Alex Marrero said that 99.1% of the district’s more than 13,700 employees had complied with the city health order to get the COVID-19 shots or an exemption.

Education

Governor prepares to expand Colorado’s COVID hospital capacity, push vaccine requirement for large indoor events

Gov. Jared Polis said that the steps he has taken so far to combat rising COVID hospitalizations “are not going to be enough”

Coronavirus

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?

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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

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Silverman: Nothing is quite normal, even though we want the pandemic to end

Last week I saw empty movie theaters, shuttered stores and lonely Denver streets — let's trust science and vaccines and get back to live events

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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

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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.

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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

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Zornio: Fact-checking Jared Polis on COVID, air quality and taxes

How the governor’s interview on Colorado Matters holds up to the facts. There has been intense debate.

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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

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

Johnson & Johnson says a booster dose of its COVID shot prompts strong response

While the single-dose vaccine remains strongly effective, “a booster shot further increases protection against COVID-19 and is expected to extend the duration of protection significantly,” J&J's chief scientific officer said in a statement

Coronavirus

Carman: Buckle up! Wild and crazy California politics likely will be on full display in Colorado in 2022

The rhetoric of the expensive and unsuccessful attempt to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom is just a preview of what Colorado will experience in the coming election cycle.

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