Coronavirus And People Under 30: Dr. Dave Hnida Looks Last Call, Chronic Symptoms And Starting SchoolWe asked Dr. Dave Hnida about some of the issues impacting school kids and young adults -- from starting school late to ending nights out early.
'It's A Good Move': Dr. Dave Hnida Talks About Face Mask Mandate In ColoradoWith coronavirus cases spiking in Colorado once again, many people have questions about the virus. That’s why every Monday on CBSN Denver, we talk to CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida.
5 Colorado Doctors Tell Dr. Dave Hnida That In-Person Classes Are OK For Students ... For NowSchools across the state are working to finalize plans for the start of the 2020/2021 school year in the midst of the pandemic.
Colorado Bars Are Closed Again, And CBS4's Dr. Dave Hnida Says That's A Good ThingLast week, Gov. Jared Polis announced the state would be shutting down bars once again due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Still Unclear How Much Hydroxychloroquine Helps Fight CoronavirusOver the weekend, the World Health Organization announced it would be ending its trial on hydroxychloroquine.
How Can I Safely BBQ With Friends, Family This Summer? Answers To Common Coronavirus Questions From Dr. Dave HnidaDr. Dave Hnida answers common questions about staying safe from coronavirus this summer while still enjoying the warm weather and company of friends.
Dr. Dave Hnida On Coronavirus: Coloradans 'Shouldn't Let Their Guard Down'As Colorado continues to relax some limits on activities in Colorado that have been blocked due to COVID-19, a Denver doctor has a warning that he hopes will resonate with everyone.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Tourism A Big Concern For Colorado As Neighboring States SurgeLast week, an official from the World Health Organization suggested the spread of COVID-19 from an asymptomatic person is rare.
Go Ahead, Jump In. Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida Tackles COVID-19 & The PoolWith temperatures heading back into the 90s for the weekend, plenty of people in Colorado want to hit the pool.
WHO Just Adds To Our COVID Confusion. Here's What To Do.It seems WHO is the leading the world in causing confusion about COVID-19.
Denver Public Schools Buses Reduced To 33% CapacityDenver Public Schools announced some big changes to its busing system when school resumes in-person learning this fall.
Colorado's Coronavirus Cases Top 48,000There are 426 new cases of coronavirus in Colorado.
Free Coronavirus Testing Expanded In Adams County For Uninsured, Symptomatic, ExposedThe testing is available for Adams County and Jefferson County residents who do not have health insurance, want a COVID-19 test, believe they have symptoms or have been exposed to coronavirus.
Colorado Education Association Post Pictures Online Of Teachers Signing Their WillsThe Pikes Peak Education Association is protesting the return to in-person learning by signing their last will and testament in front of the El Paso County Board of Health.
Could Coronavirus Clues Be Found In Sewage?Colorado researchers are trying to find out is COVID-19 clues are in waste.
HealthONE Volunteers From Colorado Deploy To Hospitals In Need In Florida & TexasWhile Colorado's number of coronavirus cases appears to have stabilized, cases in other states continue to climb. Florida and Texas are among the states in the midst of surges that have front line workers stretched thin.