Mesa County Sheriff's Office Mourns Sergeant After COVID BattleThe Mesa County Sheriff's Office is mourning one of their own. They say Sgt. Wayne Weyler lost his battle to COVID-19 on Dec. 10.
Douglas County Sheriff's Detective Joe Pollack Dies From COVID ComplicationsA detective who worked for the Douglas County Sheriff's Office died "from complications due to COVID."
CDPHE Tracking Omicron In Boulder County WastewaterMore than 20 wastewater facilities in Colorado are now voluntarily providing samples for the state's COVID-19 surveillance program.
Businesses And Consumers Struggle With Rules, Enforcement On Mask MandatesThere have been 363 complaints so far involving the Tri-County Health Department mask mandate which covers Adams and Arapahoe counties.
Some Coloradans Frustrated With Lack Of Communication After COVID Vaccine Clinics Were CanceledThere's a big effort to add more community vaccine clinics to help stave off the spread of COVID-19 and make booster smore accessible, but a staffing problem forced one to be canceled last weekend.
Omicron COVID-19 Variant Found In Boulder Wastewater Detection SystemThere are indications there is a low-level transmission of the omicron strain of COVID-19 in Boulder.
Dr. Dave Hnida: Omicron Probably Has Been In Colorado For A Month Or MoreDr. Dave Hnida spoke about the new coronavirus variant.
Colorado Researchers Focus On Detecting, Tracking Omicron VariantLast week, researchers at the Colorado Department of Public Health Laboratory Building discovered the first case of the Omicron variant tied to an Arapahoe County woman.
CSU Study: Men Spread COVID Particles More Than Other PopulationsA study focused on tracking the spread of COVID-19 in performing arts settings has also unveiled the population of humans who spread the most COVID-19 particles.
Vaccines Available Before Every Event At Denver's Ball Arena In DecemberIn an effort to get more people vaccinated against COVID-19 and give out COVID-19 vaccination boosters, the State has decided to set up their mobile vaccine clinic outside of Ball Arena in Denver every time they have an event in December.
Some Coloradans Facing Challenges While Booking Booster ShotsThe president made booster shots a priority in his fight against COVID, but Coloradans we spoke with say getting a booster shot is easier said than done.
As Winter Approaches, Seasonal Affective Disorder Is More Likely To Set InSeasonal affective disorder is a type of depression that typically sets in this time of year. Find out how it's treated.
How Does The Coronavirus Mutate? It's Just A Series Of MistakesOmicron has some experts worried it could be more transmissible and more resistant to vaccines than previous variants of the virus.
Dr. Michelle Barron Answers Questions About Omicron VariantMichelle Barron, the senior medical director of infection prevention and control for UCHealth, spoke this week about the omicron variant.
Doctors Concerned For Unvaccinated, Pregnant Women Experiencing ComplicationsSince the beginning of the pandemic, doctors have seen issues with preeclampsia in pregnant women who contract the coronavirus.
Colorado Doctor Predicts Omicron Variant Will Come To Colorado, Explains What We Have Learned So FarMany of you have a lot of questions about the new variant, so CBS4 brought them to a health expert following things closely. Answers were provided by Dr. Reginald Washington, chief medical officer from Presbyterian St. Luke’s and Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children.  
How Does The COVID-19 Strain Replicate?The novel coronavirus is ever-changing and will continue to evolve.
Rocky Mountain Hospital For Children Holding Special Vaccination Clinics For KidsRocky Mountain Hospital for Children will be holding special vaccination clinics for children over the next three Saturdays.
COVID In Colorado: More Than 20% Of Children 5-11 Received First DoseGov. Jared Polis' office says Colorado is eighth in the country in vaccinating children ages 5-11 against COVID-19.
Colorado Health Experts Using Wastewater To Detect Omicron VariantWith confirmed cases of the new Omicron coronavirus variant growing around the world, Colorado health officials are ramping up the state’s early detection methods.
Colorado Health Experts Take 3-Pronged Monitoring Approach To Omicron VariantWhen it comes to monitoring the Omicron variant of COVID-19, the state is currently using a three-pronged approach.
State Deploys Monoclonal Antibody Bus To Weld CountyThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is trying to keep people out of the hospital by making COVID-19 treatments more accessible.
Mask Mandate Complaints Filed Across Denver Metro AreaAs mask mandates continue in some Colorado counties, complaints of violations are coming into area health agencies.
Doctor Shares Tips On How To Stay Safe From COVID During Thanksgiving Gatherings In Colorado And ElsewhereWith Thanksgiving a day away, health experts are pleading with people to take COVID seriously as they prepare to spend time with friends and family.

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