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.
Accountable Health Communities Is Helping To Connect Patients With Social Needs ServicesAccountable Health Communities helps by connecting people with community-based services which improves health outcomes and decreases health care costs.
Trench Fever Cases Investigated Among HomelessHealth officials say it's a rare disease that impacts people living in close quarters.
Counties At Risk Of Losing Coronavirus VariancesThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment says 15 counties are at risk of losing their variances as coronavirus cases rise in their respective counties.
Garfield County Trying To Lower Case NumbersGarfield County has been served with a mandate from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment to lower its coronavirus numbers or risk losing its variance.
CSU Researchers Develop At-Home Coronavirus Test With Quick ResultsIn an effort to expedite the return of coronavirus testing results, Colorado State University researchers in Fort Collins have developed a product which would mimic the convenience of a take-home pregnancy test.
Gov. Jared Polis Mandates 10 p.m. Last Call For Alcohol In ColoradoThe Governor said the 30-day mandate is to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Colorado Sees Record Number Of Testing In One DayMore than 12,400 tests were conducted in Colorado on July 19.
‘It’s A Good Move’: Dr. Dave Hnida Talks About Face Mask Mandate In ColoradoLast week, Gov. Jared Polis issued an order that makes masks mandatory statewide. Dr. Dave says it’s a wise move as we see more COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Dr. Dave Hnida Answers Your Questions About CoronavirusEvery week CBS Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida answers your questions about coronavirus.
Larimer County At Risk Of Losing Variance Approval After Increase In CasesLarimer County could lose its coronavirus variance approval after a recent spike in cases.