March 10, 2022: Restoring trust in public health agencies and elections

March 10, 2022
As part of its COVID-19 protocols, regardless of vaccination status, masks are required to be worn in any indoor space at Folsom Field on gamedays. There is no general vaccination requirement for Folsom Field, but CU Boulder is strongly encouraging people to be vaccinated when they come to campus. Unvaccinated guests are strongly encouraged to wear a mask, unless they are actively eating or drinking.As part of its COVID-19 protocols, regardless of vaccination status, masks are required to be worn in any indoor space at Folsom Field on gamedays. There is no general vaccination requirement for Folsom Field, but CU Boulder is strongly encouraging people to be vaccinated when they come to campus. Unvaccinated guests are strongly encouraged to wear a mask, unless they are actively eating or drinking.John Daley/CPR News
A "masks required" sign outside Folsom Field at the University of Colorado Boulder in September 2021.

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March 10, 2022: Restoring trust in public health agencies and elections

The pandemic response has led to confusion and mistrust of public health agencies. We'll get perspective on restoring trust. Then, a Grand Jury indicts Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters on allegations of an election security breach. We'll talk about what can be learned from other countries when it comes to election transparency and integrity.