Colorado businesses are suffering under the impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
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Some United States officials are encouraged that stay-at-home orders are helping to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Colorado will receive $16.7 million to help defray the cost of slowing the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams say, "We really need to understand that if we want to flatten that curve and get to the other side, everyone needs to do their part."
For years, Michael Shelmet said he has been working with college faculty to discuss the ways online platforms can be used to augment classroom instruction.
In the second half of March, Shelmet, director of instructional technology at Drexel University, ramped up his efforts as word came the Philadelphia-based higher education institution was going to be closing its campus and transitioning to online learning in response to COVID-19.
The Federal Reserve and the mortgage banking industry are hashing out details about how to allocate $454 million to help cover the fallout of the loan forbearance clause of the CARES Act.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis is urging people to wear cloth masks when they go out in public.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the state's General Assembly doesn't have to meet for consecutive days during the 2020 legislative session.
Nearly 61,000 people in Colorado filed unimployment claims last week, an increase of more than 200 percent over the prior week.
A program to help businesses face the impacts of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is launching today in the United States.