The Centers for Disease Control just approved the emergency use authorization of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines for children 5-11 years old, giving the green light for vaccinations to begin. There are a lot of questions about his next phase, and we’re asking some of them during today’s episode of... Read more
The Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency managementThe City and County are consolidating their Offices of Emergency Management in an effort to optimize staff resources, establish a single point of contact during major incidences and enhance communication both during and after an event. The new... Read more
Get the whole family involved in your family’s emergency preparedness plan. Review your family emergency communications plan with kids at your next household meeting. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
Natural disasters don’t wait for a convenient time. Preparing for them shouldn’t wait either. Start today with these low cost and no cost preparedness actions. They can help lessen the impact of disasters and emergencies for you and your family.
September is National Preparedness Month! One of the best ways to be prepared is to have a disaster supply kit ready to go. It's smart to have a kit ready with a collection of basic items your household may need during an emergency.
September is National Preparedness Month! Prepare to Protect means preparing to protect everyone you love. Start by making a plan before disasters and emergencies strike. Does everyone know what to do when an emergency happens? Check out five steps to get you started.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Individuals who haven’t yet received their COVID-19 vaccine can get it conveniently and without an appointment at the mobile vaccination site at the downtown bus terminal, Thursday May 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This episode will help you better understand how the COVID-19 vaccine is being distributed in our community and why it has a lot to do with supply versus demand. Hear the latest from Dr. Johnson, including how people can get more information and be connected to local providers.
Is the vaccine safe? What’s in it? We know there’s skepticism and worry, so we’re talking with the medical director of El Paso County Public Health about the concerns, facts, timeline and hope that come with this new vaccine. As Dr. Johnson says, “We don’t have a cure, we have prevention.” Learn... Read more
Through the challenges of 2020, the City of Colorado Springs continued to serve residents through the activation of its Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency ManagementThe City and County are consolidating their Offices of Emergency Management in an effort to optimize staff resources, establish a... Read more
In response to increases in COVID-19 case rates, test positivity, and hospitalizations, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment notified El Paso County that El Paso County must move to Safer at Home Level 2: Concern in the state’s dial framework by 5 p.m. on Nov. 4. CDPHE also... Read more