Colorado leaders are pushing to get more people their first COVID-19 vaccine dose. There’s a new directive from the governor to use up any reserve, “second dose” supply, so that nothing is sitting on the shelf.
Who should get doses of the COVID-19 vaccine first? It’s a question that leaders in Colorado and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have both been examining as we continue to navigate the pandemic.
Several hundred flag-waving supporters of President Donald Trump were rallying peacefully at the Colorado state Capitol to protest Congress’ expected certification of Electoral College votes confirming Joe Biden’s presidential win.
A group of people known as “The Family” was indicted in Denver as they are suspected of organized crime to “support their methamphetamine addiction,” according to the Denver District Attorney’s Office.
Close to 7,000 inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 since the pandemic began and about 1,100 staffers have contracted the disease with 311 on leave as of Wednesday after testing positive or showing symptoms.