Golden Cancer Patient Calling On State To Include More Patients In Next Vaccine PhaseColorado’s cancer patients still must wait weeks and will be in a vaccine phase with millions of others before they can get a life-saving chance.
Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccine Expected To Arrive In Colorado This WeekThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment expects to receive an order of 45,500 Johnson & Johnson's Janssen COVID-19 vaccine by Friday.
Colorado Doctor: The COVID Vaccine To Take Is The One Available To YouJohnson & Johnson started shipping its COVID-19 vaccine Monday morning after it received emergency use authorization. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida says it's arrival changes the timeline for the fight against the coronavirus.
COVID In Colorado: With 3rd Vaccine Soon To Be An Option, Can You Choose Which Is Right For You?"I know a lot of people are looking at numbers and saying the Johnson & Johnson vaccine doesn't meet the standards of the other vaccine. It actually does."
COVID In Colorado: 2nd Coronavirus Infection Cases Total 822 Since August 2020The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is adding 822 cases of COVID-19 to the state data for reinfection.
Funding From COVID Groups To Help 8 Colorado FoundationsTwo groups are coming together to give $3 million to eight foundations in Colorado as an effort to support COVID-19 vaccine access to communities of color.
Colorado Senate: Initial OK To Easing Child Abuse LawsuitsColorado's Senate tentatively endorsed a bill on Monday to eliminate a six-year statute of limitations for victims of child sexual assault to pursue civil action against perpetrators — an effort lawmakers have struggled with for years.
Denver Public Schools To Discuss Extension To School YearThis week, leaders at Denver Public Schools are tackling the topic of getting back to school. The school year could be extended for students, depending on their decision.
COVIDCheck Colorado Urges Additional Testing After Delays Blamed On Severe WeatherThose who took a COVID-19 test over the past couple of weeks may want to take another one. COVIDCheck Colorado said that severe weather disrupted their shipping and supply chain which delayed test results for the week of Feb. 15.
'She-Cession' In Colorado: COVID-19 Pandemic Hitting Working Moms Disproportionally HardIn 2020, more than 20,000 Colorado mothers left the work force and have not yet re-entered.
Restaurant Workers Disappointed They Can't Get COVID-19 Vaccine Until Next PhaseRestaurant workers were about to be allowed to get the vaccine this week but have been pushed down into the next phase.
COVID In Colorado: Thousands Of Middle, High School Students Begin Return To In-Person LearningWith COVID cases declining, school districts around the Front Range are making plans to increase the amount of time students are spending in the classroom.
Telluride Film Festival Aims For In-Person Event This SeptemberTelluride Film Festival organizers announced dates for this year's event. In fact, they also added a day.
Current COVID Restrictions Keep Ball Arena From Applying For VarianceOfficials at Kroenke Sports & Entertainment says fans can't, yet, file into Ball Arena until they can get a variance from the City and County of Denver.
COVID In Denver: Independent-Owned Pharmacies Waiting For Vaccine AllocationThe owner of a small, independent pharmacy in Denver says she's set up to administer hundreds of doses of the COVID-19 vaccine but isn't getting the chance to contribute.