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Coronavirus Study Shows Extreme Disparities For Latinos In ColoradoWhile it’s known that minority communities are being adversely impacted by COVID-19, new research is providing insight on how it’s affecting Latinos in Colorado.
Latino Decisions Group: Economic Impacts Of Coronavirus On Latino Population 'Extreme'Nearly one in four Latinos in Colorado have become ill or knows someone who has become sick due to coronavirus.
Denver Public Schools Buses Reduced To 33% CapacityDenver Public Schools announced some big changes to its busing system when school resumes in-person learning this fall.
Colorado's Coronavirus Cases Top 48,000There are 426 new cases of coronavirus in Colorado.
Free Coronavirus Testing Expanded In Adams County For Uninsured, Symptomatic, ExposedThe testing is available for Adams County and Jefferson County residents who do not have health insurance, want a COVID-19 test, believe they have symptoms or have been exposed to coronavirus.
Could Coronavirus Clues Be Found In Sewage?Colorado researchers are trying to find out is COVID-19 clues are in waste.
HealthONE Volunteers From Colorado Deploy To Hospitals In Need In Florida & TexasWhile Colorado's number of coronavirus cases appears to have stabilized, cases in other states continue to climb. Florida and Texas are among the states in the midst of surges that have front line workers stretched thin.
Dr. Dave Hnida Shares Opinion On Return Of Sports During CoronavirusHnida spoke about the health challenges that pro sports and college sports are facing right now.
Aguilar Becomes First Area In Colorado Where Kids Are Returning To ClassroomsThe town of Aguilar welcomed students back to the classroom on Monday. It's the first of the students in Colorado's public schools to return to in-person learning since the coronavirus outbreak in the spring.
Some Disagree With Mask Mandate At Windsor Youth Sports FacilityThe Larimer County Health and Environment Department is monitoring a youth sports facility in Windsor.
State Health Department Reached A One Year Goal Of Increasing Number Of Vaccinations Amongst Kindergartners In The StateThe goal to increase the number of kindergartners receiving vaccinations was reached according to new data. Colorado has an overall vaccination rate of 94% among school age children.
Colorado Attorney General Issues Cease & Desist To Live EntertainmentThe Colorado Attorney General's Office has issued a cease and desist order to a Colorado promoter after it held a concert and rodeo on a private ranch in Weld County where there was little or no social distancing.
Coronavirus Cases In Colorado Total 45,796That includes 482 new confirmed cases.
Aspen Votes To Implement Mandatory Mask ZoneThe Aspen City Council passed a mandatory mask zone which goes into effect July 31.
Bandimere Speedway Reopens For Wednesday Event After Agreement With Jefferson County Public HealthBandimere Speedway will reopen again Wednesday afternoon after reaching an agreement with Jefferson County Public Health.
Gov. Jared Polis Visits Rose Medical CenterPolis thanked the health care workers for their dedication during the coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado Reports Record Number Of Coronavirus TestingColorado reported 16,292 tests on July 24.
Jefferson County Issues Face Mask Order While OutdoorsThe mandate was issued after a spike in coronavirus cases on Friday.
Coronavirus And People Under 30: Dr. Dave Hnida Looks Last Call, Chronic Symptoms And Starting SchoolWe asked Dr. Dave Hnida about some of the issues impacting school kids and young adults -- from starting school late to ending nights out early.
Gov. Jared Polis Says Colorado Is Developing School Protocols For Coronavirus OutbreaksThe governor said he hopes one case of COVID-19 doesn't shut down the whole school.
University Of Colorado Boulder Researcher Develop Saliva COVID-19 TestThe test can yield results in just 45 minutes.
3 Englewood Police Department Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusAll of the employees had symptoms.
Fentanyl Is Back On The Streets In Denver, And It's Killing More PeopleDeadly overdoses linked to fentanyl are on the rise in Denver. Compared to the same time period of January to May last year, fatal overdoses related to fentanyl increased 282%.
Free COVID-19 Testing Offered In Montbello On Thursday & SaturdayDenver Mayor Michael Hancock is inviting families to a free COVID-19 testing event on Thursday in Montbello.

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