Administering the COVID-19 vaccine to people experiencing homelessness was always going to be difficult. Colorado is making it appreciably harder.
Understaffed shelters in western Colorado are straining to care for people experiencing homelessness, including those testing positive for the coronavirus.
Stagnating wages and the pandemic are accelerating efforts underway in the Denver metro area to provide housing and services.
The devastation of the coronavirus in long-term care facilities has brought new urgency and creativity to the work of getting people out of them.