The state and local unemployment rate jumped by 2 percentage points in December, but Colorado labor officials think that could turn out to just be a blip.

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A day after President Joe Biden ordered that masks be worn on federal lands as one measure to fight coronavirus, both federal agencies and the public are still trying to determine just how far-reaching the requirement will be.

A first wave of relief funds helped small businesses survive the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, another wave of money from the federal and state government aim to help those businesses again.

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Long-term care facilities are receiving some of the earliest doses of the COVID-19 vaccine as health officials look to inoculate the groups hardest hit from the coronavirus pandemic and the staff who work with them.

Colorado Democrats were all smiles, while state Republicans were mostly silent as President Joe Biden was sworn into office on Wednesday.

Service providers for the homeless community in Mesa County are on the waiting list to receive COVID-19 vaccines when they become available, but plans to get the homeless community at large vaccinated are still in early stages.

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