As COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to impact our lives in Northern Colorado, stay up to date on information here with our NoCo Virus Tracker.
4 Colorado Mass Vaccine Sites Now Offering Walk-In COVID-19 Shots
An appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at multiple mass vaccine sites in Colorado will no longer be necessary.
What You Need to Know About COVID ‘4th Wave’ in Colorado
Here's the takeaway from Colorado Governor Jared Polis' COVID-19 update on Tuesday, April 20.
Red Rocks Is Reopening With an 8 p.m. Howl, Tickets Are 80 Cents
Red Rocks will be celebrating reopening for its 80th season with an 80 cent event: the 8 o'clock howl. Here's howl be performing.
Capacity Limits Lifted: Larimer County Updated COVID-19 Restrictions
Larimer County's capacity restrictions have been (mostly) lifted.
Hickenlooper Announces Grant to Save Colorado’s Music Venues
Senator John Hickenlooper announced the 'Shuttered Venue Operators Grant,' which could provide over $16 billion to closed venues.
Over 30 Colorado Counties Can Have 100 Percent Indoor Capacity
Over 30 of Colorado's 64 counties are permitted 100 percent indoor capacity, with some guidelines still in place.
Here’s a Look at Red Rocks’ Updated Spring 2021 Schedule
Here are the 2500-person capacity shows you can look forward to at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this spring.
Approved! Red Rocks Will Reopen With 2,500-Person Capacity
Colorado's iconic outdoor venue will be able to have more than 175 people this summer, thank goodness.
Sorry, But Colorado’s Mask Mandate Likely Won’t End April 4
During Governor Polis' press conference today, he shared that the statewide mask mandate will likely be extended again.
Colorado Moving to COVID Vaccine Phase 2 Friday — Even Though Phase 1 Isn’t Done
Governor Polis is announcing that Phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout will start April 2, even though much of Phase 1 isn't vaccinated yet.
New Colorado COVID Dial in Effect: What’s Changed in Larimer, Weld Counties
Colorado COVID Dial 3.0 went into effect on March 24, which will loosen the state's restrictions. Here's what that means for Larimer and Weld Counties.