By Steven Bonifazi / NewsBreak Denver
(DENVER, Colo.) Greetings, good morning and happy Monday to you and yours, Denver.
Welcome back to another Monday edition of the Denver Daily Round-Up.
Hopefully, the weekend was pleasant, relaxing and recharging for all. Without further ado, let's dive right into just a handful of the most important and local stories you should know more about before starting your workweek:
Adams County School District 14 schools will return to in-person learning starting Monday due to current data regarding staff shortages.
A letter was sent to family, parents and staff members Sunday announcing the return to in-person learning. The school district said last week that some schools would return to in-person classes while they figured out how much staff was available to work, according to FOX31.
The school district said it will continue to observe and keep track of staff shortages and is encouraging parents to get themselves and their children vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Protesters congregated at the Colorado State Capitol building Sunday to demand an end to vaccine mandates.
Former state Sen. Ted Harvey, the organizer of the protest, said the event is a way of sending a message to policymakers that Americans are rising up and have had enough. CBS Denver reports that the protest comes two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.
The CDC reports that over 856,000 people have died from COVID-19 nationwide as of Jan. 20, with over 531 million vaccines having been administered.
Musicians and artists took part in the event, selling auction items, paintings and tickets. The proceeds from the event will be split evenly among charities for the victims Alicia Cardenas, Alyssa Gunn Maldonado, Danny Scofield and Sarah Steck, according to Denver7.
Event organizers said they had raised roughly $7,000 as of Sunday evening.
Denver Health and the Colorado New Style Foundation (CNS) have partnered to host a vaccination clinic at the Latin Dance Exhibit this weekend at the Hyatt Regency in Aurora.
9News reports that the clinic will have 300 COVID-19 vaccinations to administer at the event from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
No appointments are needed as the clinic will operate on a first come first serve basis, with Pfizer available for everyone ages 5 and up, boosters for anyone 12 and older and Moderna and Johnson & Johnson administered for individuals ages 18 and up.
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