Today on Colorado Edition: We’ll take a look at how vaccines are typically distributed to better understand how the COVID-19 vaccine could be administered. We’ll also learn about the challenges facing Colorado’s contact tracing app, and we’ll hear about a group of business owners in Loveland who are refusing to follow COVID-19 restrictions.
Arts & LifeAmid America’s racial reckoning spurred by the killing of George Floyd, a number of controversial historical monuments were torn down by protesters or removed by authorities this year, including some in the Mountain West.
EducationGov. Jared Polis declared November Colorado Apprenticeship Month in recognition of the role these programs play in helping people gain in-demand skills while earning a paycheck. Apprenticeships are even more important now as the economy recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. This includes a new community college program and the industry it’s branching into.
NewsToday on Colorado Edition: we’ll learn about COVID-19 outbreaks at nursing homes around the state. Plus, we’ll hear about apprenticeship programs, and get ideas for how to safely celebrate Thanksgiving this year.
HealthFaced With Climbing COVID-19 Cases And Tighter Restrictions, A Rural Colorado Hotspot Splinters Over What Should ChangeIn some ways, Logan County has been Colorado’s canary in the COVID-19 coal mine. It was home to one of the earliest, large-scale outbreaks. Then, months later, it was the first to move back on the state’s public health restriction “dial.” Now, it's one of 15 counties that have moved to the state’s new stricter, but pre-lockdown level. Area residents say living in a hotspot can be scary, stressful and divisive.
NewsToday on Colorado Edition: We’ll learn more about the friction between city-level and county-level public health measures by taking a look at how the city of Greeley is managing the pandemic. Plus, we’ll hear about what it’s like living in Logan County, a COVID-19 hot spot. We’ll also get a preview of the state legislature’s special session, which starts Nov. 30, and we’ll get some ideas for making this Thanksgiving special.
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HealthHospitals continue to fill up across the Mountain West, and that means some patients may have nowhere to go.
NewsAllegations of negligence are part of a $270 million wrongful death claim against the National Park Service after an accident in Utah’s Arches National Park earlier this year.
EnvironmentThe Interior Department is facing criticism for putting up barriers to conservation projects nationwide funded through the new Great American Outdoors Act.
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