Jessica Seaman covers health for The Denver Post. A native of North Carolina, Jessica joined The Post after stints as a reporter in Greensboro, North Carolina and Little Rock, Arkansas. She is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill.
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The patchwork of vaccine distribution has left some of Colorado's most vulnerable residents confused and frustrated with the rollout.
Colorado’s health department has stopped using COVID-19 tests developed by Curative at residential facilities after warnings from federal officials about inaccurate results.
Colorado will not begin to offer COVID-19 vaccines to people between the ages of 65 and 70 until supply increases, Gov. Jared Polis said Tuesday, lamenting that the Trump administration...
The weekly allocation of coronavirus vaccine could increase significantly under plans to make more supply immediately available.
Local public health officials expressed frustration Thursday about being left in the dark on a major change in state health policy for the second time in the same day.
Colorado public health officials are investigating a second possible infection from the more contagious variant of the coronavirus that was confirmed to be in the state on Tuesday.
Colorado will move to the next priority group in its COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan Wednesday and will include more people in this round of inoculations than originally planned.
The first known U.S. case of the highly contagious new strain of the coronavirus that's spreading through the United Kingdom has been discovered in a rural Colorado county, indicating the...
It's still not clear how Colorado will distribute the vaccine to the wider public nor how they will ensure people of color and disadvantaged communities get vaccinated for COVID-19.
A frontline medical worker with underlying health conditions received Colorado's first COVID-19 vaccination shot Monday afternoon, launching a months-long inoculation campaign.