While an asymptomatic person can test positive for COVID-19, it’s possible they may not spread it.

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New Statewide Ad Campaign Addresses COVID Vaccine FactsThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment wants to tackle misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Colorado Doctor Dr. Dave Hnida Asks Questions About People Who've Been Vaccinated For COVIDHnida said there still needs to be mask wearing and social distancing.
CSU To Require Weekly Testing During Spring SemesterStudents at Colorado State University can expect more testing than ever before during the spring 2021 semester.
Older Coloradans Take Part In Mass COVID Vaccination ProgramSTRIDE Community Health ran a large vaccination program at Smoky Hill High School for Coloradans ages 70 and up on Saturday.
FEMA Gives Colorado More Funding For COVID-19 Response EffortsFEMA is giving the Colorado Department of Public Health $181 million in addition funding for coronavirus response.
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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.
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Denver To Host Mass Vaccination ClinicsThe city of Denver is planning to host clinics later this month.
January Is Birth Defects Awareness MonthAccording to the CDC, one in 20 babies in Colorado are born with a major birth defect.
Colorado Doctor Describes Next Round Of COVID VaccinesMore doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine will be available as the CDC has told providers not to hold back the second dose.
How Modeling Data Helps Colorado Doctor Determine The FutureThere’s no way of knowing when will COVID-19 be over, of course, but planning is done on the basis of estimates called modeling.
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