County Lines Divide Neighboring Restaurants Between Fully Open And Socially-DistancedCaught in the middle are the businesses, specifically restaurants, that straddle the county lines of counties keeping restrictions and those not.
COVID In Colorado: Hospitalizations Increase To 500 StatewideOn Friday, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported 500 people hospitalized with the virus in the state, the largest number since February 5.
Restaurant Owners Still Face Challenges Despite Lifting Of Some COVID RestrictionsThe City and County of Denver transitioned into its own public health order on Friday as the state's COVID Dial came to an end, maintaining restrictions at Level Blue from the previous scale.
Centura Health Announces Thousands Of New Vaccine Appointment Openings, Including 2nd DosesCentura Health announced thousands of new vaccine appointment openings on Friday.
Douglas County Businesses Enjoy Lack Of COVID Restrictions After Opting Out Of Tri-County Health GuidelinesIn Douglas County, there are no COVID-19 restrictions. The county has opted out of the Tri-County Health Department's COVID regulations.
Parkinson's Awareness Month Aims To Dispel Myths, Educate About Disease, TreatmentsAccording to the Parkinson’s Foundation, more than 1 million people are currently living with the disease in the United States. 60,000 Americans are diagnosed every year, and men are 1.5 times more likely to have Parkinson’s than women.
Thousands Frustrated With Lack Of Communication After Colorado Health Officials Determine Their First COVID Vaccine Dose Was UselessThousands of Coloradans have waited a week with countless questions and very few answers after the state told them their first vaccine dose was useless because of the way it was handled at the clinic they visited in Colorado Springs.
COVID Booster Shots: UCHealth Plans For Possibility Of 3rd Dose Needed Within A YearUCHealth is already planning for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots, after the CEO of Pfizer announced they'll likely be needed within 12 months of being fully vaccinated.
Coloradans Who Lost Loved Ones To COVID Can Apply For Funeral Assistance From FEMAMore than 560,000 Americans have died because of COVID-19. That includes 6,319 Coloradans. Now the federal government is offering a way to reimburse those funeral expenses.
COVID In Colorado: Health Officials Focus On Vaccinating Younger PeopleWith the majority of older adults vaccinated against COVID-19, Colorado health officials are focusing on younger people and children.
Thousands Need To Begin 2-Shot COVID Vaccination Series Again, Reschedule Appointments After Clinic Shut DownThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will work with those who must receive new vaccinations after a clinic in El Paso County was shut down.
COVID In Colorado: All Veterans In Colorado Now Offered VaccineThe VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System says it can now offer COVID-19 vaccines to all veterans.
COVID In Colorado: Weld County Lifting All Restrictions On Friday As State Ends Dial FrameworkWeld County announced they will not issue COVID-19 restrictions and regulations starting Friday, when the state lifts its COVID-19 dial framework and passes control over to local jurisdictions.
COVIDCheck Colorado Testing Sites Will Have Delayed Start Friday Due To WeatherSeveral COVID-19 testing sites in the Denver metro area will be on a delayed start on Friday due to the Winter Weather Advisory and expected snowfall.
Colorado Maternal Health Care Bill Aims To Improve Pregnancy Outcomes For Minority WomenColorado lawmakers are considering a bill to improve maternal health aimed at bettering pregnancy outcomes for minority women.
April Is Autism Awareness Month, And Denver's Firefly Autism Is Working On 'Changing The Narrative'April is Autism Awareness Month, and Firefly Autism in Denver is working to ignite conversation surrounding around those living on the spectrum.
April Is Parkinson's Awareness MonthAccording to the Parkinson’s Foundation, more than 1 million people are currently living with the disease in the United States.
Colorado Health Officials Focus On Vaccinating Younger PeopleColorado is in Phase 2 of the vaccination process, which has opened COVID vaccine availability to everyone age 16 and older.
All Veterans In Colorado Now Offered COVID VaccineThe VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System says it can now offer COVID-19 vaccines to all veterans.
Lack Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Presents Challenges To Rural Colorado CountiesFor those who live outside of the Denver metro area, clinics like a mobile vaccination site were a way to get a COVID-19 vaccine, specifically the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
COVID In Colorado: Health Experts Hopeful Despite New Wave Of HospitalizationsColorado Department of Public Health and Environment officials know the state is entering a so-called fourth wave of COVID-19 infections.
Colorado Restaurant Leaders Stand Up For Small Restaurants Amid Changing Health GuidelinesDenver's restaurants will be open to 100% capacity come Friday, but for smaller restaurants, like Bistro Vendome in Larimer Square, it may not make a difference.
Why Colorado Residents May Not Be Suffering As Much From Allergies This YearSome people in Colorado are reporting that their allergies aren't as bad this spring in comparison to previous years. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida says there's a reason for that.
What You Need To Know About The Johnson And Johnson Vaccine 'Pause'The news that the Johnson & Johnson or "Janssen" Covid vaccine is “being paused” is probably something that makes you a bit nervous, and certainly raises a bunch of questions of what exactly is going on during this roller coaster ride of a seemingly endless pandemic.
COVID In Colorado: Appearance Of Brazilian Variant Making State's Medical Community 'A Little Bit Jittery'Colorado health officials are once again reporting a rise in the number of COVID variants in the state, and CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida says one in particular has doctors on edge.