PHOTOS: One year of COVID-19 in Colorado

On March 5, 2020, Colorado confirmed its first cases of COVID-19. No aspect of life has been untouched by the ongoing pandemic. Residents have endured a statewide lockdown and restrictions meant to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. Businesses have shuttered, employees have seen their hours slashed and jobs cut. Teachers, parents and students have navigated the uncharted waters […]

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Jason Tartick Had 103 Fever and Groin Pain During COVID: 'I Couldn't Walk'

A tough journey. Jason Tartick and Kaitlyn Bristowe are battling the coronavirus together, but they are experiencing very different symptoms. While the former Bachelorette, 35, has been open about losing her sense of taste and smell, her boyfriend, 32, has been dealing with horrible pain and a high fever. Stars Who’ve Tested Positive for COVID-19 “For five days, I had […]

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I Tried A No-Added-Sugar Challenge For A Month\u2014Here’s What Happened

I have always laughed at people who suggest, in all seriousness, that fruit should be considered dessert. A slice of chocolate cake is dessert. Talenti banana chocolate swirl ice cream is dessert. But apples and peanut butter? Or frozen grapes? Insert eye roll here. And yet, I found myself making a bowl of blueberries topped with unsweetened Greek yogurt and […]

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When can I get the COVID-19 vaccine in Colorado? Here’s the state’s timeline.

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and leaders with the state’s public health department on Wednesday unveiled a reworked plan to prioritize the distribution of the coming COVID-19 vaccines, breaking it down into three phases spread over winter, spring and summer. The first coronavirus vaccine, by Pfizer Inc., could get federal approval this week, with doses expected to arrive in Colorado shortly […]

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