A count of coronavirus case numbers in Colorado and Denver.
The campaign emphasizes the safety and effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as encourages people to use reliable sources like the CDPHE for information about the vaccine.
This is an earlier return for secondary students than district officials had expected in December.
After decades of providing the Denver community with a 24/7 food and hangout spot, the iconic restaurant The Denver Diner will be closing its doors for good, the diner announced on Facebook on Sunday.
In the first month of administering coronavirus vaccinations to Coloradans, the portion of whites who have received a vaccine is more than triple than that of Hispanics, more than twice that of Blacks and 50% higher than that of Asians.
Since 2015, Governor’s Citizenship Medals have been presented to five extraordinary citizens each year to recognize their community contributions. But this unprecedented year warranted extra recognition: the addition of the COVID-19 Hero Medal.
Marianne Goodland: "When was the last time you felt hope? That this thing was finally going to go away? Jan. 15 was the first time I felt it in a long time."
COVID directly caused 3,588 deaths in Colorado last year — less than a quarter of some of the worst-case scenarios proffered by the state's coronavirus modeling team last fall, according to preliminary data released Friday by the state.
When Terri Richardson talks to people in her community who don't want to get the vaccine, she hears some myths and conspiracy theories.
The 73rd General Assembly adjourned on Friday after passing seven urgent bills, although not before Republicans in the House of Representatives lodged one final protest of the planhiatus.
Top federal officials, including Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump, "spoke out of turn" and lied to Colorado and other states about an incoming influx of vaccines that didn't exist, Gov. Jared Polis said Friday.
As states across the U.S. roll out the COVID-19 vaccine to people 65 and older, senior citizens are scrambling to figure out how to sign up to get their shots.
Colorado community banks last week started submitting a flood of applications from business owners looking to get a piece of the estimated $284 billion earmarked for the new round of the Paycheck Protection Program loans.
Ernest Luning: "Jeff Toborg, the 50-year-old mayor of the fast-growing town of Parker, Colorado, wants everyone to know he made a mistake."
WILMINGTON, Del. — President-elect Joe Biden is proposing a $1.9 trillion plan to expand coronavirus vaccinations, help individuals and jump-start the economy. The plan, which would require congressional approval, is packed with proposals on health care, education, labor and cybersecurity. H…
Organizers of the Colorado Classic on Thursday announced the cancellation of the 2021 road cycling race due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
President-elect Joe Biden promised those struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic that help was on the way.
Vaccinations of people 70 and older are picking up in El Paso County, with Peak Vista Community Health Centers and Centura Health vaccinating their first elderly individuals this week.
The University of Colorado's flagship university will bring students back to its campus beginning Feb. 7 and will begin in-person classes eight days later, school officials said Wednesday.
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment confirmed a fifth case of the B.1.1.7 variant of COVID-19 and will include variant case totals in the case summary on its COVID-19 data dashboard, according to a news release.
A coronavirus outbreak in the Adams County Sheriff's Detention Facility tripled over the past week, according to data from the state Department of Public Health and Environment.
According to that data, neither outbreak has lead to any customers being infected.
Through the first few months of Colorado's flu season, the presence of the disease is significantly lower than previous years, the state announced Wednesday, thanks in part to a sizable jump in the number of residents vaccinated.
In mid-December, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar suggested that most nursing homes would receive the coronavirus vaccine by Christmas. In fact, most vaccinations of nursing homes and other long-term care facilities didn’t begin until after the holiday.
MONUMENT • Town trustees declared actions taken by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis in response to the COVID-19 pandemic unconstitutional during a special meeting Monday night, asking the governor to reclassify every business as an essential business.
Last week, the group launched a campaign to fight vaccination hesitancy among geriatric health care workers with a series of educational Zoom calls to answer questions from state nursing home leaders.
Under the new restrictions, indoor dining in restaurants and ski areas is prohibited and lodging in Aspen and Snowmass Village is limited to 50% capacity.
Economic impact studies have shown the Stock Show generates some $120 million of economic activity to the metro Denver area. City of Denver finance officials could not estimate lost tax revenue from the lack of this year's show, as January sales tax figures are not compiled and released until March.
Once gaveling in and taking care of necessary duties, lawmakers will quickly work through seven bills to fix some errors before adjourning until February, when the bulk of the legislation will be introduced.
Colorado will begin vaccinating those 65 and older in the coming weeks, Gov. Jared Polis said Tuesday, the second recent step by the state to inoculate older residents in the first phase of vaccine distribution.
Pueblo officials apologized Monday afternoon after a vaccine clinic for those over 69 years old was overwhelmed with patients and exceeded its quota an hour before the clinic was supposed to open.
The testing site, at 10685 Westminster Blvd., will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. It will be operated in partnership with CDPHE, the city of Westminster and Mako Medical.
Applications are open for Arapahoe County’s newest COVID-19 relief fund for small businesses struggling as a result of the pandemic.
Secretary of State Jena Griswold said this rollout is meant to “promote widespread community access to capital.”
UCHealth is preparing to launch a phase three study for another COVID-19 vaccine, the third coronavirus inoculation trial undertaken by the Colorado hospital giant since the pandemic began.
Half of the vaccinations that'll be delivered to older Coloradans will come from the state's hospitals. Another 20% will come from community health centers, 10% will be administered by retail pharmacies, and a final 20% will come from local health agencies and their community partners.
The 70-and-older population is the focus of the state's current vaccine priority, now that many health care workers have been inoculated and pharmacies are moving forward with efforts in long-term care facilities.
CVS has vaccinated more than 5,300 Colorado nursing home residents and staff as of Thursday as outbreaks in those facilities grew again this week.
The Seeking Tomorrow’s Answers Together Conference will feature 21 speakers from across the country in panel discussions whose topics include saliva testing, monitoring of the virus through wastewater and indoor risk mitigation strategies.
In an attempt to relieve some financial strain on businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, Douglas County is taking applications for a new Small Business Relief Grant program.
In November, the Food and Drug Administration announced they'd approved a new treatment that had showed early promise in preventing the most at-risk Americans from ending up in the hospital with COVID.
Nearly 172,000 people have signed up for health insurance via Colorado's health care exchanges, a 9% increase compared to last year amid a tumultuous year for the health care industry.
In partnership with local governments, Larimer County is offering one-time COVID-19 relief funds for small businesses that have been financially impacted by pandemic-related public health orders.
This is the 11th week in a row that initial unemployment claims have increased.
Coronavirus vaccinations have not yet had a significant impact on health in Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis said Wednesday.
The state's early vaccine response could be improved, Gov. Jared Polis and others have said said, but it's drawn praise from several health officials across the state. Per the CDC's data, which lags slightly behind state data, Colorado has used roughly 42% of the 282,400 vaccine doses it's received thus far. That's about 2,125 doses per 100,000 people, the 13th-best rate in the country.