By the end of September, Coloradans with Apple or Android devices will be able to exchange anonymous tokens with one another via EN Express, helping public health officials in their contact-tracing efforts.
Patients across the Centennial State turned to telehealth as the novel coronavirus swept across the nation. But for rural residents struggling with internet access, this important tool may be out of reach.
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.
During the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado hospitals transformed themselves to treat those suffering the virus’ worst effects. Despite exhaustion, uncertainty, and fear, Denver metro-area health care workers continued to put patients’ needs first. Here, we asked them to explain the things they saw and how they coped throughout the early days of that experience.