Like weather forecasters, medical experts are keeping a close eye now on the newest COVID-19 subvariants to determine whether they’ll remain small tropical storms far out at sea or evolve into powerful hurricanes.
In an ongoing effort to help Coloradans access COVID-19 vaccines, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is continuing to operate mobile vaccination clinics at locations throughout the state.
Now that additional COVID-19 vaccine booster doses are available for people ages 50 and older, you might be wondering if you should get one.
GOP Bill Promotes the Use of Ivermectin, a Veterinary Medicine, and Other Unproven COVID Treatments in CO
Luck Amid reports of some of the lowest COVID-19 case counts in Colorado since the pandemic began – a strong sign that existing COVID protocols such as vaccines are working – state Rep. Stephanie Luck (R-Penrose) is attempting to resurrect a failed bill that seeks to legitimize dangerous and unproven treatments for the illness.
In yet another blow to Republicans who have waged war against COVID-19-related safety measures, Colorado House Democrats have voted down a bill that would have exempted employees with “naturally acquired immunity” from their employers’ COVID-19 vaccine and testing mandates.
Omicron cases in Colorado are surging with staggering infection rates and eye-popping positivity results — well over 25% for those seeking COVID-19 tests.
By Helen Santoro, Kaiser Health News GUNNISON, Colo. — The night after Thanksgiving, a small ambulance service that covers a huge swath of southwestern Colorado got a call that a patient needed an emergency transfer from the hospital in Gunnison to a larger one with an intensive care unit 65 miles away in Montrose.
There are still more questions than answers about the newest variant of COVID-19, omicron. UCHealth experts explain what omicron is and what you can do to stay safe. Photo by Joel Blocker, for UCHealth. Omicron, the new COVID-19 variant, is here.
By Rose Ellen Bichell, Kaiser Health News