Vaccine incentives have become increasingly popular across the nation and in local public health departments across Colorado. KSUT’s Sarah Flower spoke with Liane Jollon of San Juan Basin Public Health about partnering with the Durango Business Improvement District and how incentives encourage vaccinations.
The visible signs of a deadly pandemic are fading quickly inside the state Capitol.
Staff have removed the yellow caution tape that blocked the basement cafeteria for many months. Swarms of lobbyists and tourists are back. And people like Brett Frizzell are even taking off their masks deep inside the poorly ventilated building that historians once labeled a “disease breeding ground.”
“I've done both doses of Moderna, and so, you know, I'm following the guidelines that they're trying to set forth for us,” Frizzell said.