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"colorado department public health" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:13 min | 2 months ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"And get back to our way of life. That's more than 70. Do you think? Do you Honest to God believe that but for the All Star game that we would have nine news doing this package? No, and I'll add this that we knew when that first press conference took place with Polish and Hancock, no matter what the back no matter what that's right was gonna be today, July and May I just But little icing a man? Yeah. No matter what it was, I can tell you what it was going to be. It may have been 12%. Yeah, but it's going to be 70% no matter what, because the all Star game was going to happen here. Come hell or high water. Can I just, You know, I don't often do this, but I'd like to publicly publicly state my affection and thanks and gratitude for Major League Baseball. Four. Getting Jared Polis to relinquish his grip on the state. That's the only way it was going to happen. Absolutely. You know what that shows? You kissed the right butts. Get the right things done. You know it. I'm telling you what There's just Oh, bunch about kissing going on that says, Yep. We want that money. We want this. We want that We want everything we can get. And by the way, here's what we'll do for you to do You think there was ever a conversation between Major League baseball and Michael Hancock and Jared Polis? Or that Herlihy? Whatever name is the Colorado Department, public health and Environment that said, Now listen, I can just see it right now. The commissioners sitting down a bunch of his men. Indians, and they're having a get a little dinner somewhere downtown. And, uh, Commissioner says, you know, it's um It's gonna be really important to us. Uh, you know, it's gonna be real important to us that you are, you know, kind of lift these orders because we got some bigwigs company. That's right, And we need these bigwigs to be able to go out and have dinner. Then you can go out and not get hassle about masks. You know all that, can you or hassled by homeless people for money and other things? Oh, well, that's just a given, because you know Clean out the homeless lift all the restrictions on Covid. Thank you. Major League Baseball. For cleaning up Denver and for setting us free free at last. I mean, honestly, without it. How long does this go on? I'll tell you, it's Delta. Still a vaccine The data that they've done in testing looks like all of that seems there's still quite effective. You do need two doses of Madeira never Pfizer to have full protection from this. So Denver is planning on a full capacity crowd this upcoming weekend and early next week. Course field no longer has a mask rule. But of course, Kim and Kyle, you are encouraged to wear a mask. If you are not vaccinated that was a point driven home by many city leaders today. Yes. My mile. My Yes, kind of a good way to end the program. I think so, Yeah. It just tells you all along that most of these restrictions were completely farcical, farcical. It.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:11 min | 5 months ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So I'm gonna give you This is where your head's gonna start hurting if it isn't already. I want to give you some of the language. Out of this new order. By Jared Pulis. Here's what you need to know about the Mask mandate. In Callie's with one week disease incident rates In excess of 35 per 100,000. Masks are required to be worn. When entering or within public indoor spaces. We're 10 or more unvaccinated individuals or individuals of unknown vaccination status are present. Put 35 in excess of 35 400,000. Why not 34? Why not? 25? Why not? 50? Why not 10? It's just these random. Non scientifically based numbers. Rachel Herlihy and the Colorado Department, public Health and Environment Just pull out of the You know what and throw out there and say, Well, let's just put it at 35 per 100,000. And then you have the language that says the updated mandate says that businesses and facilities and I love this life. I made fun of this in the afternoon program because I want you to think about this from a if you're a lawyer. Have you ever been involved in a lawsuit? You have been in a court proceeding or anything else. You know that lawyers rely on very specific language. Legal turn terms that are terms of art for the legal profession. Think about this. The mandate says. Businesses and facilities should air on the side of caution. What? What the hell was that? Me? Caution. Err on the side of caution. My hell for One inch, two ft A mile. This. This kind of man be Pam BBS language. That Polish and the color of department, public health and environment put out is designed specifically to give them enough wiggle room that if they don't like what's going on, they can Found down the hammer. They're on the side of caution. And that you should assume that people entering an indoor site are unvaccinated. Unless they show proof. Don't think about that. You can assume that they're in fact, you should assume that they're unvaccinated. And so in order to Make any sort of determination about the 80% level. They must show proof. That's the vaccine passport. That's the mandate. The water goes on to say. Well, the majority of Coloradans air still unvaccinated most indoor public settings like grocery stores, retail stores and Jim's. We'll need to require mask wearing I want you to stop and think about them. No. You hear Fauci and you? You hear Biden and you hear everybody talking about because Right now there's so many mixed messages that I think a lot of people. Whether you're anti vax pro vacs or you're just confused or you're just not sure about the M r in a vaccination. We Whatever Whatever side of this issue you fall down on. It doesn't make any difference to me. You have to admit that they're sending mixed messages that if you have any reservation about the vaccine at all, you're more likely than not to not take the vaccination. No. And why would you? Because of a vaccine. By the very nature definition to the term is supposed to protect you from the from becoming infected with the disease that the vaccine is designed to provide you with immunity. She Enough. If you're fully vaccinated. And you're the two weeks or four weeks, whatever it is from your last dose. Then. So you got the maternal It has a 95% efficacy rate. Why should you? Be able to just go live your life freely now. Mixed among the unwashed those who haven't been vaccinated or mixed with those who are vaccinated. If they tell you, you can't And if you want to, you have to show proof of vaccination. Well, what difference would that make? Because they don't trust you. They think that some of you and course some of you would Might lie about your vaccination status. But then if you lie about your vaccination status, what difference should that make if other people inside that room inside that indoor facility have been vaccinated. If you need to show proof that you've been vaccinated. You show him the card or a picture of your car to your cell phone or, as I said earlier Copy of your immunization records. Right? That I don't Don't blame people who have Amy Mental reservation about vaccines about these particular vaccines. Don't blame them for not getting vaccinated. Would still encourage people to do so. But I get it. I get it because people are telling you what you know. You gotta get vaccinated. Okay? We'll go get vaccinated. Okay? We still can't do anything. You still have to put your mask on? Because the virus you know is is up above four ft. As you walk down the restaurant, I'll When you sit down, you could take the mask off. It's insane. What we're doing in something what we're requiring people to do. Mask wearing still come you required for all counties in schools. And what I found fascinating about this particular order Public health order 2036. Is that You must wear a mask. For extracurricular activities. Childcare centers, indoor Children's camp public facing state government facilities, emergency medical, other health care settings, personal services, limited health care settings, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Can you imagine? There was a story last week. Forget what state it was him. But a championship. Champion long distance runner female. Was running in another championship race. He was winning. But they were running. Imagine this. They're outside. Running on attract..

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:09 min | 7 months ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Want to hear that. So I see you standing there on that long. Just can't she stop off team? Hey, welcome back to the situation with Michael Brown on layaway news radio. We're talking about this pro public story. That was released either yesterday sometime this morning. That is the focus of this study on The devastation is being wreaked among School kids. Because of these locked films. The story that comes out of Hobbs, New Mexico, which is the focus of the story is absolutely heart wrenching. Now, let me describe Hobbs to you if you never been there, so it's a It's a conservative town. It would vote almost 80% for Trump last year. In the city school administrators. Actually had the support of more than 70% of the teachers when it came to re opening Survey in the late summer found more than 70% of teachers in favor of returning to in person instruction. Yeah. But when I talk about, for example, Public health. Vs Doctors. When I talk about why we have separation of powers, and we have a lower house and an upper house in the legislative branch. That's because The founding Fathers believed that those people closest those institutions closest to the people. All the ones that govern the best. Because they must Accurately reflect Standards in the mores of that community. So why do I say all of that? Because when you have 70% or more of the teachers wanting to return to in school. Learning. When you have the administrators Wanting to do so, and they had the backing of the teachers. Do you know what kept him from doing that? Into Mexico, New Mexico State Education Department. The bureaucrats in fan if I decided that, no So just like we have bureaucrats in Denver, deciding what Douglas County can or cannot do, or Custer County can or cannot do. How about we have Those counties make the decision. I don't give a rat's ass what Colorado Department, public health and environment say. I care about about what my county commissioners say, because I live in unincorporated Douglas County. Screw the bureaucracy. They're the ones have gotten us into this mess. The public health bureaucrats have done it to us. And I'll say this. They're killing kids all over this country. They The Department of Education New Mexico. Had some of the strictest guidelines. In the country. They allowed on Lee for elementary school instruction and required the district to stay below an average of eight new cases per day per 100,000 residents over two week period. So for Hobbs and Lee County, which is where Hobbes is located. Population of 70,000. That man no more than five new cases per day in the entire county. By contrast, Kentucky's daily threshold was 25 cases per 100,000. Oklahoma's was 50 cases brought. 100,000, Hawaii, one of the state's least affected by the pandemic, put its threshold at 360 cases over a two week period. Statewide in New Mexico. The restrictions resulted in zero high schools or middle schools, reopening anywhere in the state. So you can imagine if your if your school administrator and Hobbs, New Mexico You're the 70%. Plus of the teachers that are like, Yeah, we support him in class. Learning way want to go back to the classroom? In fact, we can see If we get up on a roof tops, we can see 30 miles across. Trust me in that part of Mexico in Texas. You can you can get on the rooftop and you can see 30 Miles and you can see across the Texas State line, and you can see that just Because the arbitrary boundary Those students are in classes. Those students. Are facing the same level of suicides and depression and despair. That 30 miles across the arbitrary border. The Texas New Mexico line. The kids and Hobbs, New Mexico or suffering. Back to that school superintendent or assistant superintendent. Statewide in New Mexico. The restrictions resulted in zero high schools or middle schools reopening anywhere in this state. We've got district 30 miles away, doing it safely. Get the fear level, he says. But we see models that show it can be done. Simply give us that opportunity. So what can we learn from this story? I think it's obvious. Obviously and thrills. We have We have succumbed to the fear. The virus that when you look at Children as a vector. Well, you look a death among Children. Virtually non existent. To the point that it is Statistically. Infant testable. We're willing to For whatever reason for God knows whatever reason. We're willing to destroy the education in the socialization in the learning and everything else of school age Children because of a bunch of dumb ass adults in state capitals around this country and in Washington, D C. Have decided that teachers More specifically teacher unions. Won't allow kids go back to your school in person learning. I'm always fascinated by that. Because Grocery store workers. They kept going. The people in Sam's Costco. Well, Mark. They all kept going. Amazon kept going. Everywhere you looked The private sector. Kept right on moving as best as it could under dire circumstances. Unions and government employees. Would say cowered in fear, but I don't think they cowered in fear. I think what they did..

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:23 min | 9 months ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"My attention yesterday is. I'm sure it did yours. This as colorado has the dubious distinction of being the first state in the nation to have the first and perhaps the second case of that uk covert nineteen variant virus. Now details are still coming in governor. Jared polis expected to give a press conference Some time this morning. So here's what we know. It was just yesterday. That governor pull us and state. Health officials announced colorado's first case of that covid nineteen very unto. Be one one seven This is the same variant discovered in the uk but was doing a little bit of cursory research. Here's what have to remember. We need to put this into perspective. There are at least twenty three known variants of the corona virus. Right now and while it seems a little bit odd. Doesn't it as well. According to this announcement from the governor's office the confirmed case is a young man who caught the virus. He's in his twenty s. Who has no history of travel to the uk or really anywhere else for that matter but we need to just take a breath and put this into perspective. Because if there's one thing that we do now viruses are a living entity and what do they do. They mutate now. You have a dwayne smith director of public health for elbert county. He told colorado politics. And by the way i'm working for peace out of colorado politics by marianne goodland he told colorado politics. There is a second suspected case. Both individuals working working in simla. But neither one is an elbert county resident. And mr smith could not for obvious. Reasons could not disclose where those two individuals live now. The colorado department of public health and environment is handling the investigation they have been in communication with the centers for disease control and prevention in atlanta smith said this is a fluid situation. Colorado department of public health and environment has done the initial case investigations and will also do follow up contact tracing jill ryan executive director colorado department of public health and environments in a statement on tuesday said the fact that colorado has detected this Vibrant first in the nation is testament to the sophistication of colorado's response talent of colorado department public health and environment scientists in lab. We are currently using all the tools available to protect.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"25% capacity or 25 people, whichever is fewer. At first yesterday afternoon, it appeared that the new level three guidelines for Denver would not allow them to hold in person classes at all. Nothing indoors. That was a shock for gym owners who say they've been doing all they can to try to keep their operations safe. The Colorado Department, Public Health and Environment issued a statement after Mayor Hancocks announced yesterday raising the covert restrictions the level three and they made it official. The gym's would stay at level to the good news is there is no current virus outbreaks at any Jim's here in Colorado at this time. Fox 31 Julie for K Way News Radio. That is good news for a lot of folks. Denver public schools have made adjustments to scale back in person learning that in response to these rising cases early childhood education through second grade will continue to attend full time in person learning grades three through five will shift to remote learning on Monday and stay in remote learning until the Thanksgiving holiday. Grade six through 12 will stay in remote learning through at least the end of the semester in December, Governor Pulis also concerned over the statewide numbers as the whole as a whole, he says. Covert 19 figures going in the wrong direction. We're now hitting an all time high with the number of cases, Detective Hospitalizations also have been increasing over the last seven weeks. More than 1400 new cases were announced just yesterday, 538 and the testing positivity rate is ranging between seven and 8%. To avoid continues spread of the testing rate. It should be under 5%, the governor warns. We could be stressing Colorado's hospitals by mid November if we do not turn things around to the race for the White House, where Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden talking about healing the nation amid ongoing front virus outbreaks, tragic truth of our time. Is a covert has left a deep and lasting wound in this country. The Democratic nominee was in Georgia, arguing that the nation needs a president who will keep represent all the people while healing the nation's deep wounds. He said that we'll start with getting the Corona virus under control. President Trump is working to energize voters in Nebraska. He told supporters during a rally last night that they have a choice on Election Day. Between a recovery or a depression. This election is a choice between the trump super recovery, which is what we're having or a Biden depression said to say he also discuss Nebraska's farmers the need to hire more police and increasing penalties for assaults on law enforcement. The president also told the crowd that if re elected, he would work to ban Sanctuary cities. Well, it appears the latest surgeon Cove in 19 cases is hurting the president's campaign in Wisconsin. That's the result of a new ABC News Washington POST POLL. Wisconsin voters now giving Joe Biden a 57 to 40% lead over President Trump. Mr. Biden has a slightly closer advantage 51 to 44% in Michigan. President Trump won Michigan by nearly 11,000 votes four years ago and Wisconsin by just 22,000. Out of three million polling shows the president down 20 points when it comes to handling the pandemic in Wisconsin as covert cases surge there. ABC SANDY Field reporting for the first time, Grand County Sheriff British Rutland is putting a number on the homes lost in the East Troublesome fire. He says damage assessment teams are still working. But they found about 100 homes that have burned with the West side of Highway 34 is a very impacted area. The 1 25 corridor right here is a very impacted areas. Well, good news. We realized that there was minimal impact to the east side of Highway 1 34, including the town of Grand Lake. No. Livingston is the incident commander on the East Troublesome fire. He saysthe. Snow is definitely helping. We're really happy to see it. Kind of on a pause, figure out our next steps. He doesn't expect snow to extinguish the fire. It's burned 192,000 Acres 20% contained at this hour. The East troublesome firing the camera peak fire so far have destroyed about 300 homes. Deliberations getting underway in the trial of a man accused of shooting and killing in Adams County Deputy A case against Ray on. Dearing went to the jury yesterday following closing arguments. He's charged with first degree murder in the death of deputy Heath Gum in early 2018. Deering's attorneys say that the shooting was self defense, which is a claim prosecutors dispute. The confrontation happened after gun responded to a call about a fight. Alaska Airlines says they have banned 146 passengers for failing to follow their mask policy. But they're not the only ones to hold customers accountable Delta as band or barred for under 60, people in United has blocked roughly 300 customers altogether Three airlines have put about 92 travellers on a no fly list to those passengers will not be able to fly with the airlines as long as the mask policy remains. In effect. Comedian Jon Stewart making his TV comeback, the former daily show host Wilhelm a current affairs. Siri's for Apple TV, plus Siri's doesn't have a name yet, but it will touch on topics that are part of the national conversation as well, A Stuart's advocacy work. Stewart has a broad partnership with Apple TV plus with plans for other projects, including a podcast. Brian shook NBC News radio. And finally, he's putting a ring on it,.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio time, 8 17 right now on Colorado's morning news governor says Colorado on the fence between managing the Corona virus outbreak and seeing another surge. He discussed a rodeo in a concert in Weld County that took place on Sunday. We're close to 2000 people attended in defiance of the state health orders attending large gatherings doesn't just put yourself at risk but also puts your job and your family and your loved ones at risk. No government policy can force anybody not to be. Stupid, but I'm calling on Colorado's not to be stupid. 15 counties, still at risk of losing their variances due to the pandemic in the up took in cases. Numbers from the Colorado Department. Public Health and Environment Show, 251 are patients currently hospitalized in the state. City of Pueblo, turning to a mediator to try to resolve a dispute over removing a statue of Christopher Columbus, the City Council approving hiring Pueblo native Fred Galvez. He's going to hold a mediation discussion on August 8th and ninth. The dispute is generated weeks of protests at that site of the statue in Pueblo. Federal agents pulling out of Seattle after complaints they were escalating tension. Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin says that the Department of Homeland Security didn't have local consent to deploy Border patrol tactical units and agents. President Trump has been deploying federal agents two cities to deal with ongoing protests in violent crime, and the president calls out the protesters in Seattle and Portland. They're anarchists, nothing short of anarchists, agitators. And the president, claiming they're tracking a significant rise in Corona virus cases in Portland and Seattle. After those protests in those states, the president says they're seeing improvements in the number of cases you could look at large portions of our country. Its It's Corona free. They are keeping an eye, though, on Arizona, California, Texas and most of Florida, and he argued that those states are starting to head in the right direction. After major Sir major surges in new infections and jeopardy and wheel of fortune about to start filming again, and fans will notice some changes. We lafortune gonna be redesigning its wheel to ensure contestants are six feet apart. While in jeopardy. The podiums are going to be spaced out, and everyone taking part in the game show's going to be tested for the virus. Those off camera also going to be given protective gear coming up here in Colorado's Morning news will parents I know probably a little bit of anxious, and so are the kids about maybe going back to school or staying at home and may be anxious and having an anxiety because of the uncertainty will talkto expert about that next? Right now. Your drivers we check in again with John will part of town. You start. Let's start on westbound. I 70. Never a fun drive on westbound I 70. Coming from the Aurora area over to I 25. Fun is not the word you're using. What, you drive that drive in the morning, but this morning, it's you're using that word even more because it is a slow drive all the way from before to 70 into downtown. It's because of a crash on westbound I 70 at Steel Vasquez. It's in the right lane. There's really no shoulder there. And so it's a really tough drive for you on westbound. I 70. You're right. Lane is still blocked on north and 25 approaching sixth Avenue. That crashes still got you slow downtown south and I 25 approaching downing that crashed at the Washington Bridge that has been cleared your better out of downtown into the tech center and enough highway crash at 56 you enter. This report is sponsored by indeed dot com. If the next step for your business is finding a high impact, higher try indeed. They're flexible payment options mean better.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chuckle okay when he's ready thank you Chuck Colorado school districts going to soon have access to a tool kit to help them decide how to reopen schools the kid is being developed by the Colorado department public health and environment and the Colorado department of education at trees colon that he provided some of the health advice and guidance includes recommendations for symptom screening isolation of those was sent times and those who test positive as well as quarantine for those who may have been exposed to the kit also addresses cleaning procedures and how to keep students properly distanced the education department is taking comments on the tool kit before it is finalized see you boulder has a plan to get students back in the classroom in the fall as well on social media for the first time ever Twitter has added a fact checked one of the president's tweets on mail in balloting blue exclamation marks are underneath two of his recent tweets about California he claims mail in ballots will be substantially fraudulent and result in a rigged election Twitter deems those remarks as misleading and added a link that says get the facts about mail in ballots Matt Matt and soon N. B. C. news radio Colorado is that mail in voting for years with little trouble the state is considered one of the best the nation for election security the president also pushing North Carolina governor Roy Cooper on whether the Republican National Convention can be held in August as planned it's a massive expenditure and we have to know yeah I would say within a week that certainly we have to know now he can't do it if he feels that he's not going to do it only has to do is tell us and they will have to pick another location the president wants the reader to be filled with people and doesn't want to hold the convention virtually or with smaller crowds he also accused Cooper of not wanting to open up his state of North Carolina with restaurants opening today there's a question over when bars are gonna be back in business Denver mayor Michael Hancock says it's gonna be awhile before you'll be able to bend your elbow at your favorite watering hole the governor has indicated that it probably be what will be in June before he issues any orders regarding bars bars go be a minute there there's a little harder to create the kind of social spacing we think necessary to keep people safe breweries are being allowed to reopen today as long as they can have a tide of food that includes having a food truck outside to serve customers a Colorado vaccine bill may not get a hearing due to coronavirus fox thirty one problem has the details on the newly restarted legislative session covert nineteen has changed everything including the fate of a bill that might normally have more support than ever really intended to just tighten up Colorado's exemption rules it would not change anything at all about a parent's ability to exert their child out of vaccinations Michelle Ames is with Colorado vaccinate the coalition supports a measure to force parents who don't want their children vaccinated have a doctor son of former or watch a video about the value back scenes created by the Colorado health department we cannot afford and overlaying public health epidemic for something that's vaccine preventable like measles like whooping cough on top of the current health crisis that we already have going on it should not be heard this session but opponents like Phil Silverman with the Colorado health choice Allianz se vaccine measures always draw huge crowds to testify something he says lawmakers should avoid this year to try to have you know a thousand or more people at the capital at this time I don't believe would be prudent I think that there's a lot of things that are being said to try to make sure that this bill doesn't get caught with a Democrat Karl Malik is the house member sponsoring Senate bill one six three we don't have.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Covert nineteen members the highest yet the president tweets that he loves North Carolina but if he doesn't get an immediate answer we'll take those jobs Republican money to another state Carolina's governor saying the decision will be made on what's best for the health of his citizens in the field ABC news Washington the world health organization's emergencies chief Dr Michael Ryan warning the first wave of corona virus could include a second peak you cannot make assumptions that just because the disease is on the way down now that it's on a town is going to keep going down and then we're going to get a number of months to get ready for a second way we may get a second peak in this way speaking at a briefing Dr Ryan urged countries that may have overcome the virus or easing restrictions to remain on high alert because he added the respiratory disease can jump up at any time and the doctor compared the current pandemic to the Spanish flu outbreak which received a second peak not a second wave more Americans riding bikes as a way to exercise away from other people or go places without mass transportation it's certainly true in Pitkin county according to hold of aspen bike shop manager Austin Nevins who says he's never been close to this busy early work twenty four to forty eight hours should be on service we're having to tell people it's four to seven days Nevins also says he's continually running out of inventory as people walking to the shop and ride a bike out he believes an early end to ski season has also pumped up bike shop sales David Kay okay away news radio if your kids are going stir crazy while staying safer at home there's some good news summer camps can re open as of June first but not all of them will be Stein the owner of dream big day camp she's found ways to bring the camps to the kids so we've got a full staff that are you moving into people's homes we are looking to do some some zoom competitions in the afternoon with other kids who are doing camp and all state says she's already pulled the plug on the month of June camps are gonna be restricted in size they can have no more than ten kids during indoor sessions and twenty five outdoors the owners of a castle rock cafe suing the Colorado department public health and environment the state and tri county health departments after they were forced to close their doors over covered nineteen orders us runners claim the effects of Copa ninety nine Colorado were speculative and now small businesses are bearing the burden with no foreseeable lands they want the judge to prevent the governor from ever doing this again the lawsuit accuses policy of implementing various sweeping and economically devastating schemes in response the fluctuating often inaccurate projections nearly ten weeks later continues arbitrarily categorizing essential and nonessential businesses to the extreme detriment of the plaintiffs he goes on to say the government is not proven why restaurants should be close while other businesses are open saying why would the public be any less safe grabbing a Cup of coffee at the scene see restaurants as opposed to shopping for new television another part of the lawsuit accuses Paulus of cruel and unusual punishment when he had the CNC business license revoked the lawsuit accuses policy of intentionally trying to put them out of business to make them an example the state health department and pulls his office told us they have no comment on the lawsuit against tri county health hasn't gotten back to us fox three one Keagan Harsha reporting a Christian group is hoping to help out in the cove in nineteen ravage Navajo Nation president and CEO of Samaritan's purse Franklin Graham spent Memorial Day in window rock Arizona now the nation's capital the son of the famed evangelist Billy Graham says his organization hopes to open a hospital in that region and Sundays the match champions for charity golf event now the most watched golf telecast in cable TV history were raising twenty million dollars in the process for coronavirus relief Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson Tom Brady Peyton manning drew an average of five point eight million viewers across all Turner platforms peak viewership came around the mid point of the match with over six million viewers two point two on two event it was a two one two event the medalist golf club was in Jupiter Florida has won was won by woods and manning was also the number one trending topic on Twitter yesterday or on Sunday should say six or seven med that auto plex providing a look and listen of your news we'll get more on the match coming up it became sports and more on the markets today opening up after a holiday weekend and well of traders are turning to the to the floor today at the NYSE will have that as well with Pat coming.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"That website is joelovesbeets dot com right now. At eight nine four one pags, joepags DOT COM. It's a lot going on on, carry you. You have those numbers Colorado Right? Where they had to actually change the number of official deaths to covert nineteen after they were sued somehow and people need to hear this because they're jockeying around with numbers. What do you have from Fox News Colorado has made a stunning in significant change to the way it counts covid nineteen deaths that reduced statewide. Statewide figure for more than one thousand, eight, hundred, seventy, eight, according to a report and the change come after Colorado's department, public health admitted it's COVID. Nineteen death toll was counting those who tested positive for the coronavirus, but had died of other Causes Fox. Denver reportedly, Friday the department, says eleven, Fifty Colorado, who died had Kuban nineteen, but only eight hundred seventy. Eight of those deaths were due dacoven nineteen. We've been reporting at the state deaths among. Among people who have cove in nineteen at the time of death, and the cause of that death may or may not have been covid nineteen Dr Eric France health. Department's Chief Medical Officer told the station we started to hear stories about are these correct or are these incorrect friends, said a Fox on Friday reported on one of those stories as part of a report. That found the Hodgepodge. Way States County Couva. Nineteen deaths was a reason why. Why some people believe the US Kobe nineteen deaths figure was exaggerated at the story involved 35-year-old-man from Montezuma County who died, may fourth alcohol poisoning, but whose death was counted in Colorado's Covid, nineteen death toll, and the states reporting that data's a cove in nineteen deaths, but our health department wanted to let people know even though the person did have the virus, they did not die from it. The MONTEZUMA county health. Department said about the man's death. You reported that that story right here last week. Remember that yeah. You know the the alcohol poisoning which. Times over the legal limit. Died Yeah right and covert nineteen, and I'm glad that there was a suit on that. They had a change that number. It's two hundred plus less or fewer than what they were reporting, and if every state did the same thing I'm very interested to seeing in seeing exactly what the real numbers are. For some reason, there were some some some push to get it over eighty, thousand, one hundred thousand. What if it's a whole lot fewer than that? If it's two hundred per state, and it might be more than that for all. We know you know you're looking at a lot of. That being countered covert nineteen. That aren't. Would is two hundred times fifty. That's twenty thousand. It's no it's. It's ten thousand people. That's a lot of people. It's a lot lower number and it could. It could be more than that states where they have a lot of cases, it could be a higher number than that. That are being misreported on purpose me. Go to the phone lines bill. I've got just a quick minute for you. Make it happen. Bill. You're on Mir less than a minute. Come on. I'm sorry, okay. Yeah I got a question Joe I appreciate your show. But how can a governor who is part of the executive branch of government? Make a law that he expects to be enforced, which is not a part of the judicial law enforcement, so these police agencies cannot enforce laws. The governor's make 'cause governors can't make laws well, then it making laws. They're making orders they they're getting orders, and in many states and most states. The legislature has to agree. Agree with the order. Then they could incite the the state police to go and do their bidding. Even local police forces now sheriff's offices are different. The sheriffs are elected officials they. I believe more than others have the right to say no at the end of the day. These are unconstitutional quote, unquote laws that are temporary orders..

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"According to a report and the change come after Colorado's department public health admitted it's COVID nineteen death. Toll was counting those who tested positive for the coronavirus but had died of other causes Fox when Denver reportedly Friday the department says eleven fifty Colorado. Who died had Kuban nineteen but only eight hundred? Seventy eight of those deaths were due dacoven. Nineteen we've been reporting at the state deaths among people who have cove in nineteen at the time of death and the cause of that. Death may or may not have been covid nineteen Dr Eric. France health department's chief medical officer told the station. We started to hear stories about. Are these correct or are these incorrect friends said a Fox on Friday reported on one of those stories as part of a report that found the hodgepodge way states counted couva. Nineteen deaths was a reason why some people believe the US Kuban. Death figure was exaggerated at the story involved 35-year-old-man from Montezuma county who died may fourth alcohol poisoning. But whose death was counted in Colorado's covid nineteen death toll and the states reporting that data's a cove in nineteen deaths but our health department wanted to let people know even though the person did have the virus they did not die from it. The MONTEZUMA county health department said about the man's death. You reported that that story right here last week. Remember that yeah you know the the alcohol poisoning which times over the legal limit died. Yeah right and covert nineteen and. I'm glad that there was a suit on that. They had a change that number. It's two hundred plus less or fewer than what they were reporting and if every state did the same thing. I'm very interested to seeing in seeing exactly what the real numbers are for. Some reason there were some some some push to get it over. Eighty thousand to one hundred thousand. What if it's a whole lot fewer than that if it's two hundred per state and it might be more than that for all? We know you know you're looking at a lot of that. Are being countered. Covert nineteen. That aren't would is two hundred times fifty. That's twenty thousand. It's no it's it's ten thousand people that's a lot of people. It's a lot lower number and it could. It could be more than that states where they have a lot of cases it could be a higher number than that that are being misreported on purpose. Me Go to the phone lines bill. I've got just a quick minute for you make it happen bill. You're on Mir less than a minute. Come on I'm sorry. Okay Yeah I got a question Joe. I appreciate your show. But how can a governor who is part of the executive branch of Government? Make a law that he expects to be enforced which is not a part of the judicial law enforcement so these police agencies cannot enforce laws. The governor's make 'cause governors can't make laws. Well then it making laws. They're making orders they they're getting orders and in many states and most states. The legislature has to agree with the order. Then they could incite the the state police to go and do their bidding even local police forces now. Sheriff's offices are different. The sheriffs are elected officials. They I believe more than others. Have the right to say no At the end of the day these are unconstitutional quote unquote laws. That are temporary orders..

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Here on KOAA news radio well the governor is talking re opening schools many people are calling on the governor to get businesses back to work K. we news radio's country has those details hundreds of protesters buzz the capital with messages supporting the re opening of Colorado businesses and events those who were part of a protest emphasized the people who are struggling economically in times of quarantine sign saying recall Polish and fear is the real virus could be seen as cars honked and engines route several participants ignored the state's social distancing en masse guidelines others followed the rules and a spokesperson for the governor acknowledged people's right to protest but also hinted at some communities having the lockdown longer if guidelines are not followed Conor Shreve came away newsradio in national news health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar is stressing and urgency for states to re open the president has left it up to states to know their local situation the bass on CNN's state of the union the secretary also argued against a one size fits all approach is are said the country's ready to reopen and reminded people that over ten million crown of iris tests have been completed on Capitol Hill house Democrats have a three trillion dollar stimulus package on the table but it's being met by a lot of criticism from Senate Republicans it's another round of those popular twelve hundred dollars stimulus checks five hundred dollars for each child it's extending the enhanced unemployment benefits to that six hundred dollars on top of what you would already get an unemployment benefits well that's going to go continue a little longer into the Democrats plan and then they also are advancing something that's actually pretty popular on both sides the Allen that hazard pay or premium pay for those front line workers A. B. C.'s Trish Turner reporting Colorado is changed we could nineteen deaths are counted state vital statistics manager Kurt ball says the number of patient deaths gonna be reclassified between those who died because of code of code nineteen and those who died while the virus was in their system when code nineteen is reported as a cause of death on the death certificate more than likely it will be determined to be the underlying cause of death and contribute to those underlying mortality statistics of code nineteen was not determined to be part of the cause of death should not be reported the change from the Colorado department public health and environment brought the death toll down from code nineteen two from eleven hundred fifty two below nine hundred as of Sunday eight hundred seventy eight deaths in Colorado were directly caused by covert nineteen nearly twenty two thousand people have tested positive an employee at the king's superstore in Denver has died from corona virus the union confirmed the information saying the worker had been employed at the capitol hills store on east ninth AB the man was one of a dozen cases of corona virus among workers there the union says he worked at the location for thirty years the organization calling for the store to be shut down while they disinfect at a Colorado woman is being accused of breaking Hawaii's quarantine order for travelers twenty three year old terra Trujillo was arrested early Saturday on Maui travelers coming into the island state are being ordered to quarantine for two weeks upon their arrival violation of that order could result in a year in prison and a five thousand dollar fine a woman from New York was also arrested on Friday for breaking the governor's order Chad Hoffman came away news radio a long time evergreen business was on the verge of going out of business and to the community stepped in to help the last two months have been devastating for owner Karen Belmonts he.

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Eighty nine year old mother lives here she's healthy but there are now one hundred and three confirmed cases between staff and residents at cherry creek in twenty six deaths Chris is one of the many worried about whether protocols are being followed you know I just have to assume they're not gonna give me an information that concern is shared by Susan gross her aunt Susie lives at Denver north karakul Islam these care facility she can't visit her aunt and must trust that employees are doing everything they can Colorado department public health environment is issued a hundred and fifty six citations to residential care facilities the most common violations not following PP you guidelines improper hand washing and a failure to implement social distancing requirements the majority of the residents there are mentally ill so getting them to adhere to the protocol has got to be like herding cats and that's why these families are so concerned worried that a lack of protocols coupled with the vulnerable population could spell trouble for their loved ones thanks thirty once taken harsher reporting the city of Lakewood is looking to help out non profits during this tough time applications are now being taken for a special grant program that was approved by city council earlier this week it awards nearly four hundred thousand dollars from the federal coronavirus rescue package applications are being taken at Lakewood dot org through may twenty seventh money will be awarded sometime in early June a new report shows about twenty seven million Americans could lose employers based health insurance because of the pandemic related layoffs but there's some hope for these people a lot of Americans according this report to lose their health insurance will likely qualify for some government help a lot of that will be through a government issued insurance plans like Medicaid so a lot of families that are making about thirty six to forty thousand dollars a year for a family of four they're going to be eligible for Medicaid health insurance and that's going to help a lot of families but there's a lot of states that didn't expand Medicaid and you have to be meeting a lot last to be eligible for those government health insurance plans that is A. B. C.'s Mary Alice parks new weekly jobs numbers are out later today we're gonna bring you those coming up around six thirty with money editor password sounds good med that auto plex brings us that look at news you're up to date at six oh seven cloudy out there this morning let's check that drive with John Morrissey we've got ourselves a pretty decent looking dry this morning clouds aren't bad not the morning when you're trying to get to work not if you're going he's found like six that becoming a lake with your.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Seven fourteen sports of B. K. the Broncos the draft is over but still busy in the free agent market the other brother sign defensive lineman Christian Covington yesterday adds some depth to their reworked defensive line Clinton group in Canada but it's been in Texas for the last nine years plains college ball at rice in staying in Houston with the Texas for the first four years of his NFL career and then spent last year in Dallas with the cowboys his new deal with Denver up to one point seven five million dollars with six hundred twenty five grand guaranteed the Broncos top draft pick wide receiver Jerry Judy joined big Alan Jo Jo yesterday and told the fellas that it'll be nice to see a familiar face in second round pick fellow wideout K. J. Hamler really good in all prisons coals from one of my that I met at all open it so we've all had a good relationship since then well you know honestly still billed amount since you're going to W. H. O. select trying to have it from what I already know because we'll go through the with me so as excited as you heard you mention the pair met at a high school all star showcase Himmler also joined big Alan Jo Jo on Tuesday and said he draws his inspiration on the football field from his two best friends who both lost their lives when they were in high school I had to my best friend who longer in part of my life and they always want me to do some grading asking we do some great so you know I I do apologize for them you know everything like that but I figured I'd do it for them and I kept that promise for men they live in a dream through me so I know that they wasn't down over me is so every day I go on a field in may not don't look back you know I give a hundred twenty percent every template you can hear both those interviews a ceilidh newsradio dot com that's sports arena crystal in Keighley news radio home of the Broncos boss Rockies time seven fifteen on Colorado's morning news some of our top stories Denver police need your help to try to find a suspect who shot and killed a six year old woman last week on I seventy it happened early Monday morning on the westbound side of the interstate near Colorado Boulevard the stock was transported to Denver health Medical Center I wish to remain for several days ultimately on Friday April twenty fourth Misbach died from her injuries sustained during the shooting police are looking for any info they can find about a white Acura that was seen in the area at the time Colorado health officials working to increase testing for covert nineteen as we slowly reopen incident commander Scott Brookman says Colorado ramping up the testing for corona virus in the coming days we're doing closer to two to three thousand per day we had that and this is gold proximally ten thousand tests per day get it to our city and the Colorado department public health and environment is also working to ramp up the number of tests for covered nineteen need something notarized well here's some good news emergency rules outlining the use of remote notarization for legal documents are now being extended through the end of may the rules enable people in the state to have access to notary services without in person contact during this pandemic Dr Anthony Fauci learning of a possible deadly effective contracting corona virus and the virus triggers things in the body that as we see more of it now we say wait a minute maybe there's another Avenue of treatment of being able to block the secondary often deadly effects of the virus the world's leading infectious disease experts said in addition to the viral infection it could trigger the blocking of blood vessels leading to rapid deterioration of the body found she said the potentially new effect known as thrombosis is something health officials should pursue a new poll suggests most of us won't go back to a concert again until a vaccine is available the Reuters poll surveyed about forty four hundred American adults earlier this month and found fifty five percent said live concert should not resume until there's a vaccine for corona virus about forty percent said they're willing to wait for a vaccine even if it took over a year and about thirty percent said they didn't know if they'd ever go to a concert again and on that note organizers of the country jam music festival.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Process by Marty lans fox thirty one pinpoint whether fifty one right now seventy is on tap for today same for tomorrow before things cool off as we could closer to the end of the week now in Colorado's morning news this week could be the worst yet in America for the corona virus president trump says the people happen soon in the days ahead America willing during the peak of this terrible pandemic are warriors in this life and death battle or the incredible doctors and nurses and healthcare workers on the frontline of the fight the president said the nation is eternally grateful for those people's work in this difficult time and added that Americans are very proud of their efforts there are currently more than three hundred thousand cases in the U. S. of coronavirus and nearly ten thousand deaths the president also praising a potential treatment for the virus new battle in the war on corona virus I want people to live and I'm seeing people dying what really do we have to lose president trump announcing the government has stockpiled twenty nine million doses of the anti malaria drug hydroxy chloroquine demand is good approved by FDA which is very important if it wasn't what we have to and then I couldn't do this the FDA has only approved emergency use of the medication its effectiveness is purely anecdotal at this stage raising red flags for doctors we don't know exactly the right dose or when to give it that's A. B. C.'s entered embark reporting the nation's top expert on infectious diseases as the country struggling to get the corona virus under control this is going to be a bad week unfortunately if you look at the projection of the curves of the kinetics of the curves we're going to continue to see an escalation on CBS's face the nation Dr Anthony Fauci added that the country hasn't quite seen the peak of the operate chest yet the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases recommends that people wear a mask when they can't control their surroundings and practice proper social distancing governor Paul is gonna be talking to Coloradans later on tonight K. always Chuck Clark has those details will address the state tonight at six thirty he may talk about some of the new guidelines that he put in the place of the weekend of course the biggest change our asking all Coloradans to wear face coverings when they go out of the house for any of your essential functions like grocery shopping or other functions you may also talk about the coronavirus task force press conference yesterday the governor has been at odds with the feds over the scramble for supplies and said they either need to get them to the states or stay out of such deals the current stay home order is for April eleventh it's possible he could extend that through the end of the month I'm Chuck Clark K. O. A. news radio and again you can hear the governor's address right here on KOAA news radio starting at six thirty another fourteen people have passed away from covert nineteen in our states have been one hundred forty corona virus related deaths according to the state health department and a total of forty nine hundred fifty positive cases of three hundred eighty five from Saturday breaking down the number of cases by age group the numbers are similar for people in their twenties thirties forties fifties and sixties with between about fourteen and eighteen percent of cases in each age range about ten percent of covert nineteen cases were in people in their seventies with seven percent eighty and older the breakdown of cases by sex is nearly equal fifty two percent female and forty eight percent male but almost sixty one percent of covert nineteen deaths in Colorado have been males Chad Bauer K. O. A. news radio Colorado senator Cory Gardner says he thinks the coming days will be crucial in the battle against the virus you talked with our partners a fox thirty one you know this week has been a particularly of concern mmhm people like the Surgeon General talking about its impact boss with Gardner says people can't just go on with their daily lives as they normally would he's urging people to take this this very very seriously a Denver church that was still doing in person services amid the corona virus outbreak on Sunday churches all quiet their doors closed in order to protect people from the covert nineteen virus but not here at messiah Baptist church in a time where many are turning to virtual services messiah Baptist is keeping doors open going against state orders designed to slow the spread of the virus the church posted on Facebook weeks ago saying we are not canceling any service to the corona virus snow hail wind locust or any other natural or supernatural event with the exception of the rapture if Christ comes to call us home whoever is left behind can do what they want pastor William Ingram did not return our calls or emails but posted a lengthy statement on the church's website saying in part we have taken many precautions at messiah Baptist church to reduce the chances of this virus or others spreading within our property including but not limited to acts for cleaning and sanitizing implementing of social distancing strategies he goes on to say everyone will not get sick and die from this virus but one thing is certain we will all die one day I just faxed everyone's Rachel skied a reporting statewide orders banned gatherings of more than ten people the coronavirus emergencies having at least one tangible benefit along the front range air quality in the region improving as more people have stopped driving and have stayed home the Colorado department public health and environment's as pollution has decreased in some areas by up to fifty percent compared to the same time last year British prime minister Boris Johnson is in the hospital undergoing tests as he battles corona virus a Downing Street spokesperson calls it a precautionary stamp as his symptoms have continued to show Johnson was diagnosed with the virus more than a week ago however Johnson has continued to work and post videos on Twitter updating those in the United Kingdom of the government's response team you tell NBC news radio Queen Elizabeth addressing the people of England from Windsor Castle amid the pandemic I'm speaking to you and what I knew is an increasingly challenging in time a time of destruction in the life of our country I just rupture which is prone grief just some financial difficulties to manage an enormous changes to the daily lives of a soul she thanked England's National Health Service and other workers for doing their essential jobs she also thank the people who are staying home and finally singer Marianne Faithfull the latest celebrity battling the virus for manager said that she's in stable condition respond to treatment at a hospital in London the seventy three year old performer is the former girlfriend of rolling stones icon Mick Jagger she also provided guest vocals on the Metallica song the memory remains in a lot of artists have been stricken with covert nineteen some of not recover totally Marianne Faithfull one of the few that does yeah nice I didn't recognize the name but I recognize the voice yeah exactly and we were joking earlier about how many girlfriends make jazz that you have all social distance them I got as many take miles to social distance all of them eight thirty seven coming up the market futures will really apply now the market that opened in our how are they treating that story straight ahead first let's see what straight ahead of you on the road hopefully everybody socially distancing out there good morning John a good morning able yeah but it's kind of hard to socialism grin you backed up bumper to bumper right through a construction job like the boulder turnpike.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hope we started yesterday we started last week but if you haven't start now staying at home investors in any central critical reason for you to leave your home I think others tweak the order saying that schools can continue to provide meals and essential services to students and houses of worship may remain open but practices social distancing governors taken without ical approached restricting life for the state's residents since the first case was detected March fifth he temporarily closed down hill skiing then ordered the closure of restaurants and bars and other non essential services in schools Dr John Douglas with the tri county health department says they've crunched some of the numbers and current restrictions alone don't seem to be doing enough we really were concerned that we needed extra social distancing measures that's why we acted yesterday and we're really pleased to see the governor take state action yesterday afternoon the last five days number of Coloradans hospitalized more than doubled and the number of deaths nearly doubled in a single night from eleven Tuesday nineteen Wednesday Colorado department public health environment's going to have a news conference this hour we'll get the latest numbers here shortly personal protective equipment is essential to medical care workers as they defend against virus C. as he was on the front lines for making sure PP works properly CSU vice president for research Dr Alan Rudolph says they're getting a shipment of two million masks tonight there is a procedure by which you test those manse UTEP's certain masks out of the lot and so will very quickly be able to determine those maps are sufficient for you would also see S. U. S. about one hundred researchers studying the virus meanwhile Coloradans continue to do their part following the Broncos five hundred thousand dollar donation to the cove it nineteen relief fund John Elway is personally donating fifty thousand dollars to help support our community during this time of need today was supposed to be opening day for the Rockies okay ways Mike rice is more a Rockies were supposed to open the season today against the Padres in San Diego instead like everything else Major League Baseball is in a holding pattern commissioner rob Manfred told ESPN baseball will be back this year his optimistic timetable is to start gearing up in may he says nothing is off the table and all sides.

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"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"colorado department public health" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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