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The first $ 1M drawing for vaccinated Coloradans will be announced Friday. Here’s how it works.
The Coloradan name to receive the first $ 1 million just for getting the COVID-19 vaccine has already been secured. Today, the rest of the state will know their name.
CDPHE will remove all eligible people from Colorado Immunization Information System and then teach them a number. The numbers will only go through a program that randomly selects a winner and some alternatives if the winner does not get the prize.
A winner will be announced each week – starting this week – for the next five weeks on Friday at 5 p.m.
A child molester who went on trial as part of a plea deal in 2019 has been arrested and charged with multiple crimes involving children.
Hector Gonzalez pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a four-year-old girl between 2017 and 2018. In exchange for his plea of guilty to that case, Gonzalez received a 90-day ban. sentence followed by four years probation.
This plea deal angered the victim’s family who believed justice had not been served.
While the case was being filed in court, News 5 Investigates heard from several survivors claiming that Gonzalez also harassed them. After investigators tracked down new leads and evidence, Gonzalez now faces a laundry list of new charges.
Get ready for the summer heat over the next few days, especially on Saturday!
A high pressure ridge will push high into the 80s and some lower 90s later now with windy and dry sky conditions. Be sure and wear sunscreen if you are outside right now, it can be a quick day for sunburn. At night we find ourselves clear, cool, and calm.
There is a lot of funding going towards K-12 education after the trip to a fees to raise local school district taxes, Colorado lawmakers are proposing major changes to how the state spends education dollars.
By a vote of 60-5, the House passed the 2021 School Finance Act that makes changes to the school finance formula to direct additional resources to schools that serve a larger population of at-risk students and learners. -on in English.
It also reversed K-12 funding cuts made by the legislature last year after dangerous budget forecasts predicted significant revenue reductions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Colorado woman is one in a million when it comes to serious health complications following the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Shortly after receiving the vaccine, he went to the hospital on March 19, and on March 20, fell into a coma.
Lippy told News5 that she woke up from her coma on April 11, two days before temporarily stopping the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on April 13 to investigate reports of blood clotting danger.
Lippy said she still had blood in her liver, which doctors tracked down.
For someone in Lippy’s position to have a COVID-19 vaccine injury, his attorney said they were entitled to the same medical expenses and loss of income. However, he said there was no guarantee that the claim would be approved