COVID-19

Worst year for overdose deaths feared as fentanyl, COVID-19 afflict Colorado

The opioid epidemic would have presented an unprecedented challenge even if COVID-19 had never hit Colorado. In 2019, the state logged its highest-recorded number of...

Vaccine nationalism could backfire on America

As the number of COVID-19 cases tops 20 million worldwide, scientists are racing to find a vaccine. Many countries are collaborating. America, by and...

Trump’s $400 a week jobless aid could be just $300. It...

Governors, lawmakers and state unemployment agencies on Monday wrestled with confusion created by President Donald Trump’s executive action extending unemployment benefits, and it appeared...

Confusion, concern follows Trump COVID relief orders

Before issuing a series of executive actions relating to coronavirus relief at his New Jersey golf club on Aug. 8, President Donald Trump suggested...

Trump moves to extend unemployment benefits, suspend payroll taxes after talks...

President Donald Trump on Saturday circumvented Congress and took action into his own hands, after weeks of unsuccessful negotiations over another coronavirus relief package...

Green space is essential during the pandemic. Not all Denverites have...

By Kristi Roybal As public officials continue to urge Denver residents to stay home to reduce the spread of COVID-19, many of us may be...

‘Hit the reset button’: Colorado group calls for return to stay-at-home...

“Shut it down, start over, do it right.” That’s the message from a national coalition of health professionals and advocacy groups who say that it’s...

Colorado’s low vaccination rates may complicate COVID-19 recovery

The novel coronavirus is a mere 120 nanometers in diameter. That’s roughly 700 times smaller than the diameter of a single human hair. It’s...

Colorado’s COVID-19 transmission is plateauing, Gov. Polis says

After a July that saw a spike in reported cases of COVID-19 rivaling April's, the state's three-day average of new reported cases appears to...

Sen. Gardner must stand for Coloradans over politics by supporting the...

By Rachel Wall I thought things couldn’t get worse when Colorado suddenly shut down on March 24 with little directive from the government on how...

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