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See the latest news, notices, and updates from the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment.

COVID-19 news and media resources

Stay up-to-date with the latest on COVID-19 in Colorado. You can find the following resources all in one place:

  • Press releases
  • Blog posts
  • New guidance
  • Communication materials

COVID-19 newsroom

Media contacts

Media only
 media_info@state.co.us
 303-900-2849 for COVID-19

 303-691-7870 for non-COVID

Non-COVID general questions
 cdphe.information@state.co.us
 303-692-2000

Jessica Bralish, Director of Communications
 Jessica.Bralish@state.co.us
 303-349-7527 (test messaging, preferred)

Gabi Johnston (for help with internal communications)
 Gabi.Johnston@state.co.us
 303-692-2007

Media contacts by division

Andrew Bare, Air Pollution Control Division
 Andrew.Bare@state.co.us
 303-692-3445 or 720-425-2736

Kirk Bol, Center for Health and Environmental Data
 Kirk.Bol@state.co.us
 303-692-2170

Mariah LaRue, Medical Marijuana Registry
 Mariah.Larue@state.co.us
 303-691-4013

Shannon Barbare, Disease Control and Environmental Epidemiology
 
Shannon.Barbare@state.co.us
 303-692-2036

 

Media line, Emergency Preparedness and Response
 303-691-7870

Media line, Environmental Health and Sustainability
 303-691-7870

Laura Dixon, Hazardous Materials and Waste Managment
 
Laura.Dixon@state.co.us
 703-835-5875

Alex Beyer, Office of Health Equity
 Alex.Beyer@state.co.us
 303-692-2087

Peter Myers, Health Facilities and Emergency Medical Services
 Peter.Myers@state.co.us
 303-692-2801

Media line, Laboratory Services
 303-691-7870

Vanessa Bernal, Prevention Services Division
 
Vanessa.Bernal@state.co.us
 303-692-2156

MaryAnn Nason, Water Quality Control Division
 MaryAnn.Nason@state.co.us
  303-692-6351
 

Press releases

November 30, 2020
REMOTE, Nov. 30, 2020: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned main website
November 18, 2020
REMOTE, Nov. 18: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has investigated several cases of confirmed or suspected foodborne botulism in the state since September.
September 28, 2020
REMOTE, Sept. 28: The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment immediately closed Clear View Behavioral Health today, using a summary suspension, because of several regulatory violations. All patients have been relocated, and appropriate parties have been notified.

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