Salud Family Health Centers Concerned About Future COVID Vaccine Clinics Due To Supply ChangesHealth care providers across the state will likely be impacted by the change in vaccine supply, many now trying to figure out how to move forward with fewer doses.
‘Health Service Corps’ Modeled After National Guard Could Help Weary Health Care WorkersColorado could become the first state in the country to have a "Health Service Corps," a volunteer army of health care workers who could be deployed on a moment's notice.
Colorado Vaccine Equity Task Force Begins Outreach To Provide Facts, Dispel MisinformationThe Colorado Vaccine Equity Task Force kicked off outreach efforts to people of color this week.
Gov. Jared Polis: 'We Were Lied To,' Federal Government Doesn't Have National Reserve Of COVID VaccineGov. Jared Polis on Friday said the Trump administration showed “gross incompetence” when it provided false information about the existence of a federal vaccine reserve.
Updated Colorado Counties COVID Vaccine Distribution InformationCBS4 is working to gather information on COVID-19 vaccine distribution in all of Colorado’s 64 counties.
COVID Preventing Pitkin County From 'Achieving Our Goals,' County Moving To Level RedPitkin County has the highest incidence rate of COVID-19 in Colorado.
Saint Joseph Hospital In Denver Honors Health Care Workers With MuralSaint Joseph Hospital is paying tribute to health care workers for their courage and commitment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Power Outage In Lakewood Causes 165 Doses Of COVID Vaccine To Be Thrown OutA power outage caused by high winds impacted the supply of COVID-19 vaccine in Colorado. A total of 165 doses had to be thrown out after the brief, overnight power outage at the Kaiser Permanente Lakewood Medical Office.
Students Start Petition Urging Denver Public Schools To Vaccinate TeachersAt least 600 students, teachers, parents, and staff at East High School have signed a new petition calling on Denver Public School to make sure teachers are vaccinated before returning to the classroom.
State Legislature Earmarks $4 Million For Small Businesses Hardest Hit By COVIDHelp is on the way to for small businesses in Colorado. The state Legislature is expected to give final approval Friday to a bill that provides $4 million in aid for small businesses disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
Denver Approved For Colorado's Five Star Certification Program But Don't Expect Fewer Restrictions In Restaurants- YetThe City and County of Denver has been approved for Colorado’s Five Star Certification program.
COVID In Denver: Focus Is Getting Vaccine Into Neighborhoods, Underserved CommunitiesDenver Mayor Michael Hancock has joined other mayors from around the country in asking President-elect Joe Biden for more local control over access and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
'Emergencies May Occur Infrequently': 300 Doses Of COVID Vaccine Ruined By Storage Unit Malfunction In PuebloA portable storage unit malfunctioned in Pueblo, rendering 300 doses of the Pfizer vaccine unusable.
Community Pop-up Or Drive-thru Vaccination Sites On Denver's HorizonState and local health departments are teaming up with community-based organizations to make sure everyone has equal access to the COVID vaccine.
Denver Resident Wins Open Records Lawsuit For Internal Documents On Group Living ProposalA judge has ruled the city of Denver must turn over public records regarding its controversial proposal to amend the city's group living rules.