While vaccination provides excellent protection from COVID-19, if you end up with the coronavirus, monoclonal antibodies can shorten the duration of the disease while cutting the chance of ending up in the hospital by a solid 70%.
Militia-Linked Group Calls Members to Douglas County School Board Meeting Over Mask Mandates
On Tuesday afternoon, a leading far-right advocacy group with a militia arm in Colorado issued an “urgent” call to action to its members to flood a school board meeting in Douglas County to oppose mask mandates.
When Public Health Becomes the Public Enemy
by Jane C. Hu, High Country News
Bennet’s Expanded Child Tax Credit Is a Boon to Coloradans, Experts Say
In the first advertisement for his 2022 re-election campaign, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) celebrated the inclusion of an expanded child tax credit provision in the latest coronavirus relief package.
Free (and Save) Our Gyms: It’s Time for CO Public Officials to “Follow the Science”
With the state of Colorado delegating most COVID-related decisions to each county, it is time to address the unreasonable restrictions imposed on gyms, fitness facilities, health clubs, exercise studios, and recreation centers.
Workers Need Paid Sick Leave ASAP
Late last year, Congress allowed federal mandatory emergency paid leave benefits to expire. That left millions of American workers more vulnerable to catching — and spreading — COVID-19.
More Than 2,900 Health Care Workers Died This Year — And the Government Barely Kept Track
More than 2,900 U.S. health care workers have died in the COVID-19 pandemic since March, a far higher number than that reported by the government, according to a new analysis by KHN and The Guardian.
Pandemic Sends Energy Industry Officials to Washington Seeking Help
WASHINGTON — Energy industry leaders urged the U.S. Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on Tuesday to deem their workers essential and consider federal investments to prevent a potentially crashing domino effect.
Gardner Slams COVID Relief Act as ‘Focused on Special Pet Political Projects,’ While DeGette Calls It a ‘Big, Bold Action to Protect our Communities’
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner continues to dodge questions about whether he will support the historic $3 trillion relief package that House Democrats passed last week, but the Republican slammed the HEROES Act in a recent interview on KOA radio, saying the bill was “focused on special pet political projects.”
Maine’s Endangered GOP Senator Criticizes Trump’s COVID Response, While Cory Gardner Continues Not To
While a growing number of Americans view the Trump administration’s handling of the COVID-19 outbreak as botched or delayed, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) continues to not criticize the president over his handling of the pandemic, instead even praising the Administration at times.