Press Release

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment provides tips to address back to school anxiety in a time of COVID-19

REMOTE, Sept.17, 2020: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) provides tips to manage back to school anxiety. Acknowledging and talking about fears and concerns as well as taking practical steps throughout the year can go a long way during this time of COVID-19. View the blog here.
 

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment releases Colorado’s dial framework for Protect Our Neighbors, Safer at Home, and Stay at Home

REMOTE, Sept. 15: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) today released a dial to help local governments and Coloradans navigate and apply safety guidance throughout the pandemic. The dial is based on stakeholder feedback and goes into effect Tuesday, September 15.

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment requests feedback on proposed new matrix to better identify phases; makes counties automatically eligible for variance levels 

REMOTE, Aug. 28: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is seeking feedback on a new matrix to help identify when counties should be in the Protect Our Neighbors, Safer at Home, and Stay at Home levels. Once implemented, this will streamline the process of moving through different levels, when counties qualify based on their objective, scientific metrics.