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1 Denver Issues Public Health Order Targeting College-Age Residents After Coronavirus Outbreaks At Universities
2 Denver mayor announces public health orders for universities to halt COVID-19 spread
3 Active COVID-19 outbreaks at Colorado social gatherings, restaurants, schools and more
4 Metro Denver counties with rising COVID-19 cases hope public education, targeted orders will stave off new stay-at-home mandates
5 Increase in COVID-19 cases pushes four school districts to remote learning
6 Denver reconsiders reopening middle, high schools amid increased COVID-19 cases
7 See 114 New Colorado COVID-19 Outbreaks
8 Most Denver-area schools sticking with in-person learning despite rising COVID cases
9 Middle, high school students in Denver won't return to the classroom until early November, DPS says
10 Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Oct. 12-Oct. 18, 2020
11 Coronavirus in Colorado: COVID-19 updates for Oct. 19-Oct. 25, 2020
12 Cohorts help limit the spread of COVID-19 in schools. Here’s how two Colorado districts do it
13 DPS, Denver Health doctor provide update as more students return to in-person learning
14 As Coronavirus Cases Rose In Colorado, Outbreaks Did Too. But There Are Small Signs of Hope In The Latest Numbers
15 Boulder Health amends public health order to address safety concerns
16 Colorado State Board of Education District 3 candidate Q&A
17 Denver enacts stricter health rules for universities as COVID spreads
18 Colorado's substitute teacher shortage, worsened by coronavirus, could force some schools to close. Again.
19 Televangelist Sues Colorado Over Public Health Orders That Limit Religious Gatherings
20 39 active coronavirus outbreaks associated with Colorado schools, CU Boulder now has 1,503 student cases
21 Firefighters maintain containment on Calwood and Lefthand Canyon fires
22 Why Has CSU Been More Successful than CU in Containing COVID-19?
23 Mask Mandates: A Public Health Framework For Enforcement
24 Denver parents feel hoodwinked as 4 high schools delay in-person classes
25 Natural Grocers Launches Free, Virtual Nutrition Education Program to Energize Customers' Health Journeys
26 CU Researchers Call for National Ethics Guidelines When Student Health Surveys Uncover Suicide-Risk “Hot Spots”
27 Aurora Public Schools sends students back online
28 Denver 2020 ballot: 12 issues for city residents, from taxes to pit bulls
29 CSU quarantines 900 students after wastewater monitoring detects COVID-19 in two dorms
30 Back To School: State Health Department Issues Guidance
31 Water in the West Symposium looks to inspire action
32 A force of intimidation or a necessity for safety? Teen Columnists on police in their schools
33 OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead to 3 criminal charges
34 Sanctioned camping has hit barriers in Denver
35 Denver Dept. of Public Health cites more businesses for violating governor's public health order
36 Colorado will declare racism a public health crisis
37 A Dozen Experts Have Left Colorado's Public Health Department Since The Start Of Coronavirus
38 Colorado health department erroneously reports COVID-19 outbreak at Monument school
39 CDPHE releases guidance on how schools should handle COVID-19 outbreaks
40 Colorado’s COVID guidelines for schools have many suggestions, few requirements
41 Denver Public Health can order businesses to close |
42 Colorado Board of Education meets with Gov. Polis, state health department as they piece together plans for fall
43 2 more Colorado schools report COVID-19 outbreaks; cluster linked to Cameron Peak fire response
44 Should my kid go to school today? Colorado releases new tools to help keep COVID-19 out of schools
45 To contain the coronavirus, Colorado needs an army of contact-tracers. This is how it will work.
46 Denver Public Schools on track for in-person classes despite rise in local COVID-19 cases
47 Nine Members Of Congress Tell DEA To Revise Proposed Hemp Rule On THC Content
48 Air quality near Greeley school found to be in compliance with health standards
49 Colorado public health agencies are alerting law enforcement about people with coronavirus
50 Two Colorado K-12 schools report COVID-19 outbreaks among staff, two outbreaks tied to CSU still ongoing
51 Denver Public Schools and Denver Health making health centers available to students
52 As coronavirus cases rise, Colorado officials say contact-tracing efforts are keeping up, so far
53 Homeless camp swept along S. Platte River Drive after deemed public health, fire safety concern
54 Denver to step up enforcement of public health orders this weekend
55 Colorado School of Public Health Leads the Charge in Modeling the Impact of COVID-19
56 Public health workers fighting virus face growing threats
57 Colorado schools may require temperature checks, mix of in-person and online classes for fall semester
58 Threats, vandalism, job loss: Colorado's public health officials are under attack as they respond to coronavirus
59 Science points to in-person learning as safe amid COVID-19 pandemic — but is it safe enough for Colorado’s school districts?
60 Colorado Health Officials, School Districts Prepare For Coronavirus
61 Polis says it’s “reasonably safe” to reopen schools as Colorado tells educators how to handle COVID-19 outbreaks
62 Denver to close all public schools for three weeks to fight spread of coronavirus
63 Coloradans should prepare for the coronavirus like they would a snowstorm, health officials say
64 20 Denver Businesses Cited For Public Health Order Violations
65 Colorado coronavirus cases: Eight total patients have been announced, others quarantined
66 No COVID-19 spike yet from Colorado school reopenings, but experts say it’s too early to celebrate
67 Coronavirus latest updates in Colorado: April 2 |
68 Colorado education officials want to open schools based on science, not politics
69 Coronavirus in Colorado: Latest COVID-19 updates from May 26, 2020
70 Hollowed out public health system faces more cuts amid coronavirus
71 The Coronavirus Exposed Colorado's Racial Inequities in Health Care
72 Colorado health department issues guidelines on matrix for COVID-19 response phases
73 El Paso County Public Health recommends Colorado Springs-area schools push back start date
74 2 arrested during protest over cleanup of homeless camp near Colorado Capitol
75 Two more Colorado K-12 schools, two Greek organizations report COVID-19 outbreaks
76 As Coloradans look to an uncertain Halloween, COVID-19 looms as season’s biggest scare
77 Tests suggest no one in Denver or Colorado has COVID-19, but the city is prepping for every scenario
78 Denver orders closure of USPS facility that handles all mail for Colorado and Wyoming
79 Colorado health department says it will now announce all new cases of coronavirus
80 State leaders still don't know whether students will return to the classroom in the fall
81 What Is Cohorting? And Is It The Cure For Colorado's Coronavirus School Worries?
82 Public health officials — including in Colorado — face wave of threats, pressure amid coronavirus response
83 Denver school closes after student's parent tests positive for the coronavirus
84 Colorado College shifts to remote learning after dorms placed under COVID-19 quarantine
85 Colorado proposes color-coded dial to guide counties on reopening schools, bars and more
86 Colorado’s COVID-19 cases rise for third week to reach highest levels since early August
87 A running list of COVID-19 cases in Colorado’s K-12 schools
88 Colorado is one of the healthiest states in the country, but health outcomes vary widely by county
89 Colorado's governor says he is using data to guide the state's response to the coronavirus. But the numbers are incomplete.
90 How is in-person learning going in Colorado? So far, so good, parents and experts say
91 Denver’s Regis University quarantines 137 students after uptick in COVID-19 cases on campus
92 Denver-area health departments suggest prioritizing people with symptoms for COVID-19 testing
93 Weld County public health director to retire as county remains hotspot for COVID-19
94 Denver schools are on the front lines of a war on hunger
95 As schools close, Colorado prepares to shift coronavirus response to focus on softening impacts
96 Head of Colorado’s health department tests negative for coronavirus — but says it’s possible she had COVID-19
97 Healthy Food for Denver Kids program makes first grants
98 Colorado health officials 'certain' state hasn't reached COVID-19 peak, say distancing is working
99 Boulder County reports COVID-19 spike; CU chancellor scolds students
100 Colorado receives $10.3M from HHS to build up tracing, testing programs; hope to test 10K per day