Colorado loosens restrictions on antibody treatment, suspends mask mandate


Colorado announcement He eased his restrictions on antibody treatment on Friday amid increasing cases in the state, but did not implement a mask warrant.

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Colorado has not implemented a mandate on vaccines or masks, leaving individual companies to create their own policies.

The state government is expanding access to monoclonal antibody treatment in a move that will strengthen the provider network and deploy more mobile buses for treatment.

The state will also increase the capacity of hospitals to help deal with the increase in COVID-19 cases.

“We are work to reduce the impact of the pandemic on the Coloradans and our health system. We are scaling up monoclonal therapy, partnering with municipalities to make indoor events safer with vaccine requirements or proof of negative test, increasing hospital capacity and focus on laser to get more reminders and vaccines in weapons, ”Polis said.

The state administered a dose of the vaccine to 81 percent of its eligible population.

Eighty-two percent of coronavirus-related hospitalizations in Colorado are among the roughly 20 percent of unvaccinated residents.

Colorado has also offered booster shots to all adults, not just the elderly and the immunocompromised.


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