Infection prevention experts at Lutheran Hospital told CBS4 more people are coming into the ER this year dealing with multiple viruses.
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Colorado Professor Designs Disinfecting System For HospitalsWe know hospital crews are waiting for more personal protective equipment as they brace for the biggest surge in cases.
Good Question: Why Do Some People Get Sicker?If you are infected with fewer viral particles, experts believe Covid-19, may not be able to get the foothold it needs to make you severely ill.
More Space Secured For Denver Homeless During Coronavirus PandemicThe city of Denver announced Tuesday it would be placing 600 beds inside the National Western Complex to help provide greater physical distancing for the city's homeless population.
Boulder Farmer, Chef Reinvents Business To Re-Hire WorkersAs many businesses lay off workers, one farmer and chef in Boulder is actually able to hire people back.
Masks During Coronavirus Pandemic Draws Mixed ReactionSince it's not mandatory to wear a mask in Colorado, many are taking their chances while out in public.
I-70 Traffic Levels Back To Pre-1980 Due To Coronavirus PandemicAccording to the Colorado Department of Transportation, they are seeing two-thirds fewer vehicles passing through the tunnels since the stay at home order went into effect last month.
U.S. Northern Command In Colorado Springs Fighting CoronavirusGen. Terrance O'Shaughnessy's U.S. Northern Command is fighting an enemy its never dealt with before.
Engineering Lab At CSU Tests Respirators And Surgical MasksThe lab at Colorado State University has suspended most of its usual activities.
Davita Shows Support For Health Care WorkersThe company's headquarters are in Denver.
Swedish Medical Center Releases Patient From ICUThe team of medical workers clapped as the patient came out of the unit.
Virtual Reality Helps Nurses, Doctors Respond To EmergenciesAs health care workers get assigned to duties they’re not used to, a Westminster company is hoping to help train doctors and nurses in the most serious situations.
King Soopers Limits Number Of Customers Allowed In StoresBeginning April 7, each store will begin to limit the number of customers to 50% of the international building code’s calculated capacity.
Property Owners Ignoring Ban On Short-Term Rentals In Summit CountyFor weeks now, hotels, motels and all short-term rental operations have been forced to close down by order of the county heath department -- but CBS4 has found hundreds of rentals still listed on VRBO.
Colorado Dr. Dave Hnida Helping Screen Patients In New YorkWhile cases are growing into the tens of thousands across the country, physicians like Dr. Dave Hnida are doing what they can to help.
Colorado Researcher Working On Coronavirus ModelingA lot of Coloradans might be wondering when things will get back to normal.
Various Colorado Sites Could Provide Coronavirus CareThe state of Colorado is setting up sites for people to get extra care during the coronavirus pandemic.
Risk Of Complications From Coronavirus Increase With Smokers & VapersAs the coronavirus pandemic continues, the American Lung Association is warning Coloradans who smoke and vape that they are at a bigger risk of severe infection.
6-Year-Old Denver Boy Shares Kindness During Coronavirus PandemicBennett Stabrawa decided to set up a booth, but instead of selling lemonade he shared kindness by waving to people who passed by.
Denver Scholarship Foundation Helping Graduating High School Students During PandemicRemote learning is an adjustment for all students, especially high school seniors.
Denver Nonprofit & Released Inmates Helping Struggling FamiliesA nonprofit in northeast Denver is offering days-wroth of food for struggling families.
Coronavirus Situation In Colorado Likely Worse Than What's KnownThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says nearly 1,000 Coloradans have been hospitalized for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Coronavirus In Colorado Springs: Drive-Thru Testing Expands To Older AdultsPeople 65 and older who are showing serious symptoms of COVID-19 can now get tested in El Paso County.
Hospitals Plan For Surge Of Patients, Shuffling Of SuppliesDespite a conflict between the federal government and the state of Colorado over badly-needed medical equipment, Colorado's hospitals appear to be ready to share supplies between facilities.
Colorado Restaurant Offers Meals With Immunity In MindA restaurant focused on healthy and nutritious meals has found a way to keep its staff employed as well as support healthcare workers and others on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.