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Larger Graduation Celebrations Allowed In Elbert CountyThe change was announced this week.
Alternate Care Sites Nearly Ready For UseThe Colorado Convention Center is closer to being operational as an alternative care site.
State Epidemiologist Rachel Herlihy Discusses Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome In Children In ColoradoColorado health officials say they have identified three potential cases of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children in the state.
Why Mosquitoes Aren't Really A Concern When It Comes To COVID-19The season of swatting is nearly upon us, and with it the inevitable question about whether mosquitoes will spread an already terrible pandemic.
Skin Health Is Very Important In ColoradoWith some 300 days of sunshine every year, Colorado is one of the sunniest places in the country.
Q&A With Dr. Dave Hnida: School Reopening In The Fall In Colorado Brings Up QuestionsDr. Dave Hnida spoke about the plan for classrooms reopening at the beginning of next school year.
Centura Health Nurses Return To DenverTwenty-three nurses returned home to Colorado on Sunday, after volunteering to work in one of the hardest hit COVID-19 hotspots in the country.
King Soopers Employee Who Worked In Denver Dies From CoronavirusRandy Narvaez, a Kroger employee who worked at a King Soopers grocery store in Denver, has died from coronavirus.
8th JBS Employee In Colorado Dies From COVID-19Tin Aye, a woman who worked at the JBS meatpacking plant in Greeley, has died.
Sunday CDPHE Data Shows Coronavirus Hospitalizations Below 500The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment released its latest coronavirus statistics on Sunday afternoon.
Coronavirus Patient On Ventilator For More Than 1 Month Released From HospitalJose Diaz was released to a rehab facility from St. Anthony North.
Vaccine Study At Colorado State University Is Rooted In The PastResearchers at Colorado State University are learning more about COVID-19.
Calls To Colorado Crisis Services IncreaseThere are more calls for help due to the coronavirus pandemic and feelings of isolation.
State Updates Outbreak DataThere are 440 confirmed cases among 2,500 inmates at the Sterling Correctional Facility.
Howling Continues Among HealthOne EmployeesTate and his dog Kovu like to howl while playing guitar.
Colorado Receives Surgical Masks From Taiwan.The shipment includes 200,000 masks and 2,000 thermometers.
Colorado Doctor Hopes 'COVID Curtain' Helps Better Protect StaffIt didn't take long for Dr. Eric Hill to realize there was more that could be done to protect his staff from COVID-19.
Top Safe2Tell Tips Now Include Cyberbullying & Welfare ChecksCyberbullying and welfare checks moved into the top three Safe2Tell tip categories, officials announced Tuesday.
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Says No Requirement For MasksThere were questions about how such an order would be enforced.
Evergreen Doctor Released From Hospital After Weeks Of TreatmentA Colorado family shared good news with CBS4 about an anesthesiologist from Evergreen.
Colorado Sees Steady Hospitalizations DeclineThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced there are nearly 20,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in Colorado now.
Dr. Dave Hnida Answers Questions About CoronavirusA new report came out last week saying the coronavirus is mutating, and could be more contagious.
2nd Wave A Big Concern During The Coronavirus PandemicColorado remains under a statewide safer-at-home order due to the virus.
Colorado COVID-19 Survivor Reunites With FamilyIt happened in Broomfield.

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