KDVR: CSU makes own hand sanitizer amid COVID-19 pandemic

Members of the Mycobacteria Research Laboratories, at Colorado State University, decided to make their own hand sanitizer. It initially started as a lifeline for the university’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, which was down to its last few bottles of hand sanitizer.

KDVR: Colorado restaurants hiring back workers after receiving needed financial relief

However, there is finally some relief. The restaurant group just learned each business will receive around $400,000 in the form of small business loans through the Paycheck Protection Program. Around 75 percent of that money will be used to bring around 200 furloughed employees back to work.

Daily Camera: Boulder program donates meals from local restaurants to frontline healthcare workers during coronavirus outbreak

The Boulder Community Health Foundation announced a program Monday providing free meals for frontline healthcare workers from local restaurants. The program, titled Feed the Frontlines Boulder, allows individuals to donate meals from participating restaurants to be delivered to BCH workers.

Daily Camera: CARES Act helps solo workers, small businesses impacted by coronavirus

Small businesses and nonprofits were not forgotten, as low-cost loans and assistance programs are now available to bridge the gap presented by the sudden, deep recession.

CBS Denver: Companies Join Medical Professionals To Make N95 Mask Components During Shortage

A task force of medical professionals, students and industry leaders have formed the Make4Covid task force. Together they are trying to combat the country’s shortage of personal protective equipment.

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