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NewsLawmakers spent the week leading up to the special session trying to manage their constituents’ expectations for the state-funded stimulus.
HealthThe app builders had planned for pranksters, ensuring that only people with verified COVID-19 cases could trigger an alert. They’d planned for heavy criticism about privacy, in many cases making the features as bare-bones as possible. But, as more states roll out smartphone contact-tracing technology, other challenges are emerging. Namely, human nature.
NewsGov. Jared Polis has tested positive for the coronavirus. Polis and his partner, Marlon Reis, both have COVID-19 and are asymptomatic, the governor said in a statement Saturday night.
HealthThe Mountain West is facing a hospitalization crisis, and even states that cracked down early are feeling the effects of those that didn't.
Arts & LifeIt's Thanksgiving, and that means the pandemic holiday season — a holiday season like no other — is officially underway. Those in need of some help coming to terms with this year’s scaled-back festivities can take a page from the Jewish community’s experience putting together virtual Passover seders last spring.
Health'It's Just A Matter Of Distribution And Production': What A COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Could Look Like In ColoradoA COVID-19 vaccine could be distributed to Americans by mid-December, according to national health officials. But most Coloradans likely won't get a vaccine until next year. KUNC's Colorado Edition spoke with Jasjit Gill, a clinical pharmacist specialist and the co-chair of the vaccine subcommittee for UCHealth, to better understand what vaccine distribution could look like.
HealthHospitals continue to fill up across the Mountain West, and that means some patients may have nowhere to go.
NewsStarting Sunday, Nov. 22, Weld County will join 15 other counties in Colorado in moving to Level Red: Severe Risk on the state's COVID-19 restriction dial. Larimer County will move to Level Red on Tuesday.
Arts & LifeJoan Prusse, interim director at the Clyfford Still Museum, was prepared for the news she and several other Denver cultural organizations received Wednesday: Denver’s move to Level Red on the COVID-19 risk dial meant as of 5 p.m. Friday they would have to close for at least the next four weeks.
CommunityAs the coronavirus pandemic causes a national surge in demand at food banks, some insiders speculate that demand could remain high long after lockdowns end.