Health Leaders Looking For More Continuity To Help Have Better Effect On COVID-19 FightA group of health leaders in Colorado say they a delay in change might make it too late to be effective.
Timing Is Everything For One Denver Entrepreneur In The Time Of COVID-19They say timing is everything. It certainly worked out that way for one young entrepreneur.
Colorado's PPE Supply Not What It Used To BeThe number of masks and gowns available in Colorado has grown significantly since the start of the pandemic.
Rising Hospitalizations In Colorado Putting Stress On First RespondersHealth officials in Denver say we should all watch the number of people going into the hospital with COVID-19 and say it's hard on first responders.
Lines For COVID-19 Testing In Colorado Grow As Rapid Tests Face National ShortageWith a national shortage of rapid coronavirus tests, many right now have to rely on PCR tests which can take up to four days for results.
Two Workers From El Paso County Jail In Hospital After Coronavirus OutbreakOne of the worst COVID outbreaks in the state is at the El Paso County Jail.
Colorado Doctor Shares Insight On Spread Of COVID In Cold WeatherThere's still a lot of debate on whether coronavirus is seasonal.
Study May Offer Hope For People With Multiple Food AllergiesA clinical trial is underway at National Jewish Health to see if eating small, gradually increasing amounts of three of those allergens, along with a medication, can prevent a severe reaction.
Some Coloradans Feel More At Ease With Doctors Via Telehealth VisitsAs cases rise each day by the thousands and more hospitalizations taking place, health officials expect telehealth to grow even more.
Colorado Health Officials Explain Plan To Distribute A COVID-19 VaccineThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is responding to news about a new COVID-19 vaccine. 
Another Tool Unveiled In Fighting COVID-19 SpreadIn response, the state continues to ramp up testing, launching a new kiosk testing sites.
Arapahoe County Moving To Level Orange: High Risk RestrictionsArapahoe County is the latest to join several other counties in being moved to Level Orange: Safer at Home - High Risk.
Gov. Jared Polis Extends Face Mask Mandate For Colorado For Another 30 DaysPolis first issued the executive order for the face mask or face covering mandate in Colorado in July.
University Of Denver Tracks 146 Positive Coronavirus CasesThat includes 141 students and 5 employees who have tested positive in the past week.
Glenwood Springs High School Transitions To 'Distance Learning' After Coronavirus CaseThe 26 students and 2 staff members will move into distance learning and expected to return to school Nov. 19.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Surpass 1,000 For The First Time In ColoradoThe number of coronavirus hospitalizations in Colorado jumped to more than 1,000 on Sunday.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Surpass 1,000 For The First Time In ColoradoThe number of coronavirus hospitalizations in Colorado jumped to more than 1,000 on Sunday.
UCHealth Postponing Some Surgeries, Taking Other Steps Due To COVID-19Facing a large surge of COVID-19 patients, UCHealth on Friday told employees the hospital system is taking numerous steps including postponement of some non-emergent surgeries.
Boulder County Increasing COVID-19 Restrictions At Restaurants, Businesses, Places Of WorshipPublic health officials are urging residents to avoid all gatherings, for now.
Summit County Moves To Level Orange: High Risk & Imposes New CurfewSummit County health officials want residents to take the new restrictions seriously.
Colorado Records Highest Coronavirus Case Count Since Beginning Of PandemicDuring a COVID-19 update, Dr. Rachel Herlihy, State Epidemiologist with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, said the state has routinely seen 2,000 cases per day over the last two weeks.
Denver Broncos Executives John Elway And Joe Ellis Test Positive For COVID-19Joe Ellis did not feel well Sunday and stayed home for the Broncos victory over the Chargers while Elway had minor symptoms on Monday.
Colorado Department Of Public Health And Environment Issues Transportation GuidelinesThe CDPHE has issued guidelines for public transportation regarding coronavirus.
Vail Considers Mandatory Mask MandateVail's Town Council will discuss the possible mandate on Tuesday night.

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