Feb. 25, 2021: What COVID-19 Variants Mean For The Future; Women In National Security

February 25, 2021
Medical assistant Yasmin Tellez gives Maria Chacon the first of two Moderna COVID-19 vaccinations at Globeville's Clinica Tepeyac. Jan. 26, 2021.Medical assistant Yasmin Tellez gives Maria Chacon the first of two Moderna COVID-19 vaccinations at Globeville's Clinica Tepeyac. Jan. 26, 2021.Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite
Medical assistant Yasmin Tellez gives Maria Chacon the first of two Moderna COVID-19 vaccinations at Globeville's Clinica Tepeyac. Jan. 26, 2021.

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Feb. 25, 2021: What COVID-19 Variants Mean For The Future; Women In National Security

A more contagious mutation of the COVID-19 virus could mean a storm on the horizon. Then, an aerospace engineer and former ambassador advocate for more women in national security. Plus, Denverite investigates sexual assault allegations in Denver's street arts scene. And, Amanda Gorman's poem at the inauguration inspires a Colorado poet and his daughter.