COVID regulations

While hosting KNUS radio Saturday morning, I received a stirring call from listener John in Denver.  His voice shaking, John told me he owns six houses in the Denver-Metro area; he lives in one and rents out the other five.  Several months back, John explained, his tenants learned that “they no longer had to pay me […]

It happened.  It finally, actually happened.  On Sunday, Gov. Jared Polis and Denver-Metro counties abided by my March 23 column, restored local COVID control and eliminated the mask mandates.  Whoa! Okay, so maybe I’m imagining that they actually listened to me, but they still did it.  While I concede I’m somewhat pleasantly surprised that Polis followed […]

On Tuesday, I got my first Moderna COVID-19 shot. As someone who abhors needles, it wasn’t pleasant. But it wasn’t bad, either. With Tylenol in hand and soreness in my arm, I headed home. Other than some chills, lethargy, and muscle and body aches, I was basically fine. Readers may wonder: Given my age (30), […]

I know, I know: Jimmy Sengenberger is a hard name to remember. As a former kindergartener, I get it. Sengenberger can get confusing. “Should I put an ‘A’ in there? How about an ‘I’ or a ‘U?’” Nope. It’s all E’s, all the time. (And once you know that, Sengenberger is EASY!) While that’s a […]

This week, a group of health researchers insisted that Colorado maintain its government-knows-best COVID-19 strategy through at least mid-May, claiming more time for more vaccinations. Modelers at the Colorado School of Public Health confidently insist hospitalizations and deaths will rise if restrictions are eased prematurely. Meanwhile, Douglas County’s Board of County Commissioners unanimously withdrew from […]

Tomorrow, Colorado’s public health department is expected to ease the statewide mask mandate and loosen restrictions on outdoor gatherings, bars, restaurants, offices and more.  This is part of yet another change in the state’s revolving “COVID Dial,” arguably the greatest source of uncertainty for businesses across the state. While the move is most welcome — and long […]


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