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With the addition of another vaccine and the stepped-up production of doses, Gov. Jared Polis expressed confidence Tuesday that the state could have a summer "very close to normal," and he predicted that the majority of people here won't be wearing mask in just a few months.
Even as their residents succumbed to the coronavirus, nursing homes in Colorado hit with outbreaks struggled to adhere to basic infection-cont…
Defense Secretary Mark Esper denounced a late April letter from 10 U.S. senators that faulted him and the Pentagon's civilian leadership for f…
During Colorado’s monthlong statewide quarantine, the coronavirus’ spread slowed, deaths climbed, ventilators went unused and unemployment exploded. Which is to say, it went mostly as expected.
As we all start hearing and thinking more about reopening our state and nation, I thought it might be helpful to provide some visuals on where we are with respect to COVID-19 cumulative cases, new cases and deaths.
A new bill that passed the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on a party-line vote Wednesday aims to make sure the Affordable Care Act and the insurance it provides remains in effect in Colorado, regardless of efforts by Republicans at the national level.