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Coronavirus Models Don't Show Concrete Numbers: Colorado Hospital AssociationHealth experts are warning it’s still too early to look at statistical models for how Colorado is doing in its fight against COVID-19.
Seasonal Allergy Symptoms Can Be Confused With COVID-19Spring is in the air and so are outdoor allergens.
Coronavirus Forces City Clerks To Get Creative On Municipal Election DayThey say necessity is the mother of invention and nowhere was that more true on Municipal Election Day In Colorado than the small town of Foxfield.
One Student Gives Advice On How To Adjust To Remote LearningKennedy Smith switched to online school last year and now she gives advice to students who are new to remote learning.
A Man Once Labeled The Worst Case Of Coronavirus In Northern Colorado Is Now Back At HomeErnesto Castro was in a medically induced coma for 6 days due to coronavirus but now he is back home with his family after surviving the virus.
Center For Community Wealth Building Helps Out Small Businesses During Health CrisisThe group is adjusting its services as the outbreak continues.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis Extends Stay At Home Order To April 26Gov. Jared Polis extended a statewide stay at home order until April 26.
Evergreen Doctor Is First In Colorado To Be Treated With Convalescent PlasmaAccording to his wife, an anesthesiologist from Evergreen on a ventilator fighting COVID-19 is making gradual improvements after receiving plasma from a patient who recovered from the virus.
Goodwill Helps Out Nurses In Colorado.Goodwill is one of many organizations showing we are in this together.
New Crisis Standards For Health Care Facilities In PlaceIf hospitals and other medical facilities are overwhelmed, there's a plan in place.
2 Escapees Accused Of Leading Police On Chase In Stolen CarLakewood police say two males carjacked a female at knifepoint Sunday morning.
Coloradans Asked To Stay Out Of The BackcountrySearch and rescue crews in Colorado's high country are pleading with backcountry users to rethink their next trip to the mountains in the middle of the COVID-19 crisis.
Denver Guardian Angels Patrolling Again To Help HomelessA group of volunteers that's patrolled Denver for two decades hit the streets for the first time in weeks Saturday afternoon.
Colorado Emergency Operations Center Worker Tests Positive For CoronavirusThe Colorado Department of Public Safety announced a member of a coronavirus task force working at the State Emergency Operations Center in Centennial tested positive for the virus.
Denver Temporarily Closes Roads To Help With Social DistancingDenver city officials rolled out the first of a few road closures to help encourage social distancing.
Small Businesses Struggle With Uncertainty While Waiting For Government LoansWith the Federal Payroll Protection Program loan program off to a rocky start, small businesses in Colorado are doubting if relief will ever come their way.
Denver Health Activates Incident Command To Deal With Coronavirus PatientsAs of Friday, there were 43 COVID patients being treated by Denver Health staff; half of those were in the intensive care unit.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Parents Trying To Embrace Remote Learning During ShutdownParents tell CBS4 they're disappointed, but understand, and they're trying to make the best of a tough situation.
Colorado Postal Worker Accuses USPS Of Negligence During Coronavirus PandemicA Colorado postal worker says the U.S. Postal Service isn't doing enough to protect it's workers from the virus.
Arts Venues Struggling Without Funding From SCFDCleo Parker Robinson Dance is one of about 300 organizations receiving funding from the Sientific and Cultural Facilities District.
#InThisTogether: Jules Elders Teaches Free Drawing Class Online For Kids At HomeAs Colorado children stay home from school amid the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak, local artists are working to share their craft virtually with youth. Dozens of children from around Colorado, and some from other states, tune in to a free drawing class with artist Jules Elders.
Dos And Don’ts For DIY MasksDr. John Adgate, an exposure scientist with the Colorado School of Public Health explains which fabrics to use and how to make sure it fits properly.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Gov. Jared Polis Urges Everyone To Wear Masks Or Scarves Covering Their MouthsGov. Jared Polis on Friday asked everyone in Colorado to wear protective masks when outside their houses to slow the spread of coronavirus.
'Operation We Can Sew It' Urges People To Make Masks For Health Care Workers"Operation We Can Sew It" hopes people will learn how to sew masks they can use for themselves and donate some to medical staff.

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