All willing residents will likely get vaccinated by summer 2021, according to the state’s phased distribution plan. But that doesn’t guarantee the end of COVID-19 in Colorado. Experts explain what it will take to effectively beat the virus—and what life may look like in the meantime.
More Coloradans than ever are currently hospitalized with COVID-19 and the viral spread shows no signs of easing. To curb transmission, state officials are urging residents to avoid interacting with anyone outside their household for the rest of November—and that includes Thanksgiving.
Despite resistance to mask-wearing, Kiowa County has yet to record any COVID-19 cases. Some think they beat the virus last year. Others think God is protecting them. We visited Kiowa County to find out.