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ABOUT THIS PROJECT

On April 16, twenty-two Colorado newsrooms joined together to report on the impact of the pandemic on Coloradans. The result: COVID Diaries Colorado, stories of grit, ingenuity and hope. Click across the map to see stories from around Colorado. Read more about the project, including how you can contribute your own video diary to History Colorado, HERE.

The Rev. Mark Lopez, pastor of Granite Peaks church in west Denver, has been holding Sunday services for 10 people at at time and live streaming to the rest of his congregation. (Photo credit: Screenshot from a recent live-streamed service)

COVID Diaries Colorado: A Westside pastor still holding services — 10 people at time

About this story: On Thursday, April 16, twenty-two Colorado news organizations sought to capture a snapshot in the day of residents from all walks of life during the COVID-19 pandemic. This story of a...
Denver resident and DACA recipient Marissa Molina works from home on a day that included phone calls on how to get COVID-19 information out to immigrants and refugees and how to help Metropolitan State University immigrant students who are now struggling. (Photo by Brad Goodall)

COVID Diaries Colorado: For DACA recipient, pandemic brings uncertainty on top of uncertainty

Marissa Molina awakened at 7:42 a.m. on the 41st day sequestered at home as she does many mornings now — panicked. It is the isolation. Her construction-worker dad’s furlough. Her house-cleaner mom with no...
Nurse Practitioner Lisa Robbiano, left, talks to Fabiola Grajales, 27, while checking her lungs and heart rate in Robbiano’s car next to the MIRA COVID-19 testing bus in El Jebel on Thursday, April 16, 2020. This was Grajales’s fourth COVID-19 test. She was confirmed positive during the three prior tests and was positive for pneumonia. She first got sick on March 2nd with flu-like symptoms and had been on three different antibiotics since. “I can’t imagine how it is for people who don’t have insurance, who don’t speak the language, and who don’t have any knowledge of how the medical system works,” said Grajales about her experience with COVID-19 testing. (Kelsey Brunner/The Aspen Times)

COVID Diaries Colorado: A Day in the Pandemic

A teacher greets her students. An imam counsels his congregants. A firefighter reports for duty. New parents take their baby home from the hospital. These are routine moments in the lives of Coloradans. But the...

Guest Post: Local news collaboration in the time of COVID-19

The image is familiar, even mundane, to most of us now: a dozen or more faces peer out against various backgrounds – some real, some green-screened – talking and planning across many miles. Together,...

This project is powered by the Colorado News Collaborative, or COLab. The Colorado Independent joined this historic collaboration with more than 20 other newsrooms across Colorado to better serve the public.

5280, 9NEWS, Ark Valley Voice, Aspen Public Radio, Associated Press, BizWest, Brighton Standard Blade, Chalkbeat Colorado, Colorado Independent, Colorado Public Radio, Denver Urban Spectrum, Denver7 News, Glenwood Springs Post Independent, Greeley Tribune, KGNU Community Radio, Ouray County Plaindealer, Public News Service/Colorado News Connection, Rio Blanco Herald Times, Steamboat Pilot & Today, The Aspen Times, The Colorado Sun, The Denver Post

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