Since the beginning of the pandemic, Gov. Jared Polis has said he and health officials would make decisions based on data.
CU Board Of Regents Vote To Keep Mandatory COVID Vaccine RequirementThe CU Board of Regents voted down the resolution, keeping the COVID vaccine requirement this fall.
Doctor Offers Advice For Colorado Men Who May Have Put Off Their Checkups Due To The PandemicJune is Men’s Health Month, which is a good reminder for men to make sure they are getting the necessary checkups and screenings.
Colorado Parents Urged To Keep Kids Current On Routine VaccinationsAs the COVID-19 vaccine remains on the top of everyone’s mind, pediatricians are urging parents to make sure their children are caught up on routine vaccinations.
Dr. Dave Hnida Shares Suggestions For Travel If You're Vaccinated Against COVID-19If they are fully vaccinated and make travel plans, Hnida says people should pay close attention to the local health conditions of the places they choose to visit.
Ball Arena Nearly At Full Capacity For FansBall Arena is able to have the stadium at 90% capacity according to a cap set by the NBA.
The Keys To Getting A Better Night's Sleep Include Time Outside, ExerciseSimply put, most of us do not get enough sleep.
COVID In Colorado: 12 Counties Surpass 70% Vaccination Rate With At Least 1 DoseA total of 12 counties in Colorado have surpassed the 70% vaccination rate for the eligible population. As of Wednesday, 3,102,816 Coloradans have been immunized with one dose and 2,698,515 people have been fully immunized.
COVID Vaccine: 12 Colorado Counties Surpass 70% Vaccination Rate With At Least 1 DoseA total of 12 counties in Colorado have surpassed the 70% vaccination rate for the eligible population.
COVID Vaccine: 70% Of Denver Residents Have Received At Least 1 DoseDenver reached a milestone this week as 70% of eligible residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Group In Jefferson County Pushing For No COVID Protocols In Upcoming School YearJeffco Public Schools parents are petitioning for the end of COVID restrictions and protocols for next school year.
Dr. Dave Hnida: 'No HIPPA Jail' For Asking About Vaccination StatusColorado has dropped the statewide mask mandate for anyone who is fully vaccinated, leaving businesses to rely on the honor method for unmasked customers.
Scientists In Boulder Create Quick, Affordable, Pain Free COVID-19 TestIf anyone knows how to test for COVID-19, it's scientists from Tumi Genomics in Boulder.
Many Coloradans Going Back To Work & School Should Expect To Be Asked About Vaccination StatusWith more people preparing to head back to work or school in the months ahead, people wonder how does the vaccine play into the return?
Colorado Teenagers Who've Been Vaccinated Have A Shot At $50,000 ScholarshipsColorado teenagers between the ages of 12-17 have a chance to win a $50,000 scholarship.
COVID In Denver: Capacity Limits Lifted For Outdoor VenuesThe Denver Department of Public Health and Environment is now lifting capacity limits for large, outdoor events.
$1 Million Colorado Comeback Cash Drawing Planned Friday For Vaccinated ColoradansColoradans vaccinated against COVID-19 will have their first opportunity to win $1 million this Friday.
Colorado Lifting Capacity Restrictions On Indoor Gatherings And Changing Mask Requirements For KidsThe state health department is ending capacity restrictions on large, indoor gatherings in Colorado. The new public health order goes into effect on Tuesday.
CBS4's Kathy Walsh Says 'Thank You' After 37 Years On The JobCongratulations on 37 wonderful years at CBS4, Kathy Walsh!
COVID In Colorado: State Crosses Threshold For 3 Million Vaccinations AdministeredColorado Gov. Jared Polis marked a big milestone in the state's fight against coronavirus on Saturday.
COVID In Denver: Some Guidelines Still In Place As Memorial Day Weekend Activities Get GoingThe Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer and without last year's COVID-19 restrictions, a lot of people might be out celebrating.
Colorado Bill Would Give Free Contraceptives To People Living In The U.S. IllegallyA Colorado bill would provide free contraceptives and reproductive care to people living in the U.S. illegally.
UCHealth Looks Ahead To Potential COVID Vaccine Boosters In ColoradoAs Colorado's COVID vaccination rate increases, many people are wondering if they will need a booster, and when.
Children's Hospital Colorado Says Mental Health In The State Has Reached Emergency LevelsAs Colorado heads in the right direction in the pandemic, there are new calls for more mental health help for young people.
Rep. Diana DeGette Holds Hearing On Vaccine MisinformationThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a study calling vaccine misinformation a "major barrier" to reaching herd immunity. Congresswoman Diana DeGette held a hearing on Wednesday in an effort to gain public trust.