Public health officials urge parents to get their children up-to-date on back-to-school vaccinations
CDPHE releases 2021-2022 school and child care immunization rates
REMOTE (August 25): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s Air Pollution Control Division is ordering Prospect Energy to immediately cease operations at its Krause site north of Fort Collins because of repeated violations that endanger public welfare. The division’s decision comes after it exhausted other options to correct those violations, including initiating several enforcement actions.
REMOTE (Aug. 23, 2022): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has established a 20-member EMS system sustainability task force to evaluate medical services and systems throughout the state.
Denver, (August 22, 2022): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is pleased to add the Multidisciplinary Center on Aging at the University of Colorado as a Recognized Health Navigator Training Program. Recognized programs must demonstrate that their training curricula meet the entry-level core competencies for individuals to become credentialed health navigators in Colorado.
REMOTE (Aug. 19, 2022): The Environmental Justice Action Task Force will hold its fifth public meeting on Aug. 25 in Grand Junction. The Task Force has conducted meetings in communities to ensure they are accessible, meeting people where they are, and friendly to the public. All are welcome to attend the meetings either in-person or join online. The group chose to meet in Grand Junction to engage communities on the Western Slope and in rural areas outside the Front Range.
State incorporates community feedback in required changes
Stress importance of staying up to date on routine childhood vaccines
Dashboard provides regularly updated view of vaccine administration