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Health Officials Seek Feedback On Proposed Business Certification ProgramColorado health officials are seeking feedback about a proposed certification program that would allow businesses to operate under fewer restrictions if they pass a state inspection.
Medicare Enrollment Underway Through Dec. 7Area Agency on Aging offer free Medicare enrollment counseling for those who need additional support.
Coronavirus Hospitalization Cases Increase In ColoradoHospitalizations increased amid coronavirus cases in Colorado as well as ventilator usage.
El Paso County Moves To Level Red Restrictions At 5 P.M. FridayLevel Red means that there will be stricter limitations on social and commercial activities as well as capacity limits both indoors and out.
Pueblo Hospitals Pushed To Brink Of Capacity, Patients With Mild Symptoms Advised To Stay HomeThe Pueblo Fire Department went under non-transport protocols on Wednesday night.
Colorado Reports More Than 6,000 New COVID Cases Since WednesdayThis after nearly 66,000 people were tested for coronavirus on Wednesday in Colorado.
State-Partnered COVID Testing Sites To Close For ThanksgivingAll state-partnered testing sites will close on Thanksgiving and some may also close on Friday.
Eagle County Mandates Permits For Groups Of 10 Or MoreThe public health order states that any event with 10 or more must get a permit via formal request with the county.
Couple Shares Inspiring Story For National Prematurity Awareness MonthThe family of a child who has been in the NICU at Children's Hospital Colorado for almost 90 days is thanking the support staff, who they say are "our best friends right now."
Ski Areas In Summit County Prepare To Reduce Capacity On The MountainA surge in coronavirus cases and a move to Level Red has ski areas reducing capacity again.
Castle Rock Council Decides Not To Enforce Level Red RestrictionsIndoor dining is banned under the restrictions.
Tri-County Health Department Orders 5 Douglas County Restaurants To Close For COVID ViolationsHealth officials said the restaurants violated the current public health order, which prohibits indoor dining.
Available ICU Beds At Hospitals Filling Up Due To Colorado Coronavirus CasesIn hospitals around the state, administrators are looking at filling difficult gaps.
Longmont Leadership, Weld County Leadership At Odds Over COVID Health OrdersA political battle over the enforcement of state health orders is brewing in Northern Colorado after Longmont Mayor Brian Bagley asked the city to start drafting an ordinance that would ban Weld County residents from being transferred into the two hospitals in Longmont.
Longmont Mayor Wants To Keep Hospitals From Treating Weld County Residents Due To Noncompliance With COVID RestrictionsLongmont's mayor asked for an ordinance in which it would be illegal for Longmont United Hospital and UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital to provide medical help to residents of Weld County.
Denver Health Workers Voice Frustrations During City Council MeetingThey voiced concerns over worker intimidation, pay and staffing and hope the city will take action to protect them during this time.
Vail Town Manager Signs Order Limiting Private Gatherings, Indoor DiningThe surge in coronavirus cases has prompted Vail's town manager to sign an executive order limiting gatherings to a single household.
Colorado Nurses Invoke Public's Help Bring Hospitalizations DownColorado healthcare workers are pleading with people to wear a mask and distance to limit the spread of the virus.
Colorado Tapped To Join COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Readiness TestThe Center for Disease Control and Prevention chose Colorado to participate in a COVID-19 vaccine distribution readiness test.
Centura Hospital Frontline Workers Plea For Coloradans To Help ThemColorado healthcare workers are begging fellow Coloradans to do their part in stopping the spread of COVID-19.
Colorado Tapped To Join COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Readiness TestThe Center for Disease Control and Prevention chose Colorado to participate in a COVID-19 vaccine distribution readiness test.
Dr. Dave Hnida Has Recommendations For Outdoor Dining, Discusses Concerns Around ThanksgivingWith more counties moving to the red level on the state's COVID dial, more restaurants are moving to outdoor dining. But are those tents and other enclosed outdoor spaces safer than eating inside?
Denver Health Launches New Mobile COVID Testing LabThe mobile health center is parked at Lowry for now but it will be hitting the road soon for coronavirus testing.
DIA TSA Agent Remembered After COVID DeathEduard Faktorovich, 49, died from coronavirus and he was honored at DIA.

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