COVID In Colorado: Statewide Mask Order Extended 30 Days & Amended To Account For Vaccinated PeopleGov. Jared Polis announced changes and an extension to the statewide mask order on Sunday. Polis extended the mask mandate for 30 days in early April.
Health Officials Seeing Rise In Middle-Aged COVID HospitalizationsThere are more than 630 people in hospitals with the virus, which is the highest it's been since Jan. 30.
How The Guidelines Have Changed Regarding Lung Cancer Early Detection EffortsLung cancer is the leading cause of U.S. cancer deaths. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has expanded screening guidelines in an effort to help increase early detection rates. On CBSN Denver, Dr. Surit Sharma, Pulmonologist at Sky Ridge Medical Center, explained the new guidelines.
Many CU Boulder Students Say They're On Board With Vaccine RequirementColorado's major universities joined the growing list of schools requiring a vaccine for the return to campus in the fall.
Colorado Superintendents Says Student Quarantines Are 'A Huge Cost' To LearningSince the beginning of the pandemic, Gov. Jared Polis has said he and health officials would make decisions based on data.
COVID In Colorado: CU & CSU To Require Proof Of Vaccinations Ahead Of Fall SemesterStudents at the University of Colorado Boulder and Colorado State University will have to be vaccinated from COVID-19 before the fall semester in 2021.
Colorado Man Faced With Bill After Getting COVID-19 VaccineAll COVID-19 vaccines are free, and you should never have to pay for one.
CDC Conducts Face Mask Study On University Of Colorado Boulder CampusThe CDC looked at mask compliance on 53 college campuses including CU Boulder.
COVID Numbers Skyrocketing Among Colorado's Middle & High School StudentsNow with vaccinations rising among older people, those left getting the virus are young, including a girl who nearly ended up on a ventilator.
Weld County Health Clinic Getting Proactive In Vaccine DistributionSoon, vaccine supply could surpass demand, leading to new challenges in the race toward herd immunity. At Sunrise Community Health in Weld County, staff members are working with people who are hesitant or not in a rush to get their vaccine, as well as making sure patients get their second shot.  
Aurora Doctor Reports Decrease In COVID Vaccine DemandAfter more than 6,000 shots he starting to see demand decrease.
Dr. Dave Hnida: You Might Have More Time Than You Thought If You've Put Off Getting Your Second COVID-19 Vaccine DoseIf you have been putting off getting your second dose of the COVID vaccine, it might not be too late.
COVID Mobile Clinic Bus Travels To Summit CountyThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's mobile vaccine clinic stopped in Summit County on Sunday.
Students At DSST: Conservatory Green High Invite Community To Vaccine ClinicDSST: Conservatory Green High School hosted a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Sunday afternoon.
Aurora Hosts COVID Vaccine For Underserved CommunitiesA quiet Sunday morning at Aurora's Municipal Center usually isn't out of the ordinary, but this Sunday it is because the city was  giving out COVID-19 vaccines.
As Some COVID Restrictions Relax, Air Travel Picks UpAn increase in vaccinations and loosened travel guidelines by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention resulted in busier airports and airspace in recent weeks.
DSST: Conservatory Green High Invites Community To Vaccine ClinicDSST: Conservatory Green High School will a COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Sunday afternoon.
Vaccine Appointments Still Available At Aurora Drive-Thru ClinicThe city of Aurora welcomed hundreds of Coloradans Sunday morning to receive a Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Colorado Resumes Use Of Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has resumed the use of Janssen, the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson.
Colorado Resumes Use Of Johnson & Johnson COVID VaccineThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has resumed the use of Janssen, the COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson.
Colorado Health Officials Push For More Vaccines To Underserved CommunitiesThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is pushing to administer as many vaccines as possible.
There Are Many Cancers People Don't Know Much About: Head Cancer And Neck Cancer Are Among ThemDr. Paul Van Der Sloot from the Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute talked to CBSN Denver’s Makenzie O’Keefe about head and neck cancers.
COVIDCheck Colorado Combats Misinformation In Minority CommunitiesWhen a Nextdoor post in an Aurora neighborhood claimed people with COVIDCheck Colorado could be scammers, it made their work that much more important.
Presbyterian St. Luke's Hospital In Denver Seeing Jump In Younger Patients With COVIDPresbyterian St. Luke's Hospital in Denver is one of a number of hospitals noticing both a slight increase in hospitalizations.

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