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COVID-19 data report: Colorado the 6th least prepared state for 2nd wave of cases
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DENVER (KDVR) — Health insurance analyst, Adam Johnson, concluded that Colorado is the sixth least prepared state for another wave of cases. His findings were determined by analyzing the Kaiser Family Foundation data. The Kaiser report found that Colorado has an average of 1.92 hospital beds and 2.52 certified physicians per 1,000 people, thus ranking […]

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FDA warns 9 hand sanitizer products can be toxic; stop use immediately
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SAN FRANICSCO (KRON) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning the public to stop using nine hand sanitizer products that have been found to contain a substance that can be potentially fatal when absorbed through the skin or ingested. In a statement, the FDA said hand sanitizer manufactured by Esk Biochem SA de […]

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COVID-19 cases trend down in Colorado, but surge in some neighboring states
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DENVER (KDVR) — Colorado is one of the few states in the West that continues to have a downward trend of COVID-19 cases. In the neighboring states of Utah and Arizona, coronavirus cases are spiking. “Most of us in public health are very worried about it. It’s a very concerning issue for all of us,” […]

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North Suburban hospital in Thornton to offer mammograms for first responders, their families on Saturday
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THORNTON, Colo. (KDVR) — North Suburban Medical Center in Thornton will offer mammograms for first responders and their families. The event will take place from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the North Suburban Outpatient Imaging Center, which is located at 9195 Grant St., Suite 304, Thornton 80229. It is only open to first […]

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Boulder takes legal action to stop large parties and COVID-19 spike
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BOULDER, Colo. (KDVR) – The City of Boulder is filing civil abatement actions against 12 homes, saying that despite warnings, people there continue to hold large parties and are contributing to a spike of COVID-19 cases. The homes are all in the University Hill neighborhood, where college-aged people typically live. Boulder officials said people in […]

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Gov. Polis: Colorado COVID cases have trended down 12 of last 14 days
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DENVER (KDVR) — Governor Jared Polis provided an update on the coronavirus in Colorado on Thursday. He said Colorado is the only state in the Mountain and Pacific time zones experiencing a steady decline in cases. “It’s still going the right way in terms of new cases. Twelve of the last 14 days have a […]

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Old Major won’t reopen after seven years in LoHi, as owner focuses on other venture
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DENVER — The coronavirus prompted Justin Brunson to rethink things. The man who opened restaurant Old Major in LoHi in 2013 expanded in a few different directions in recent years. By the time the pandemic set in, his sandwich-and-charcuterie shop Culture Meat & Cheese was up to three locations. His fried chicken concept, Royal Rooster, […]

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