DENVER, July 12, 2022 – The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment wants feedback from community members on recommendations that the Environmental Justice Action Task Force will send to the legislature
STATEWIDE (July 8, 2022) — The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment continues to use its extremely limited supply of vaccines from the federal government to host additional monkeypox vaccine clinics for people currently at higher risk of exposure.
Data from monitoring tools leads to swift protective action for Weld County community
REMOTE (July 6): The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has initiated an enforcement action against a Weld County facility. This comes after the state’s advanced air monitoring tools showed a pattern of rising emission levels at Cub Creek Energy’s Knight Pad location.
More than 250 doses administered this week; 300 to be administered next week
STATEWIDE (July 1, 2022) — To prevent the spread of monkeypox in Colorado, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has been using its extremely limited supply of federal vaccines, administering about 250 vaccinations to Coloradans
DENVER, June 27, 2022 – In honor of National HIV Testing Day, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment encourages Coloradans to use the array of free testing services available to know their status and get linked to care and treatment.
CDPHE is committed to testing for the chemicals and mitigating exposure
REMOTE, June 15, 2022: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment supports the Environmental Protection Agency's changes to the health advisories for the lifetime risk of PFAS in drinking water.