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When Rolan Dixon arrived with her family on the high plains of Colorado in 1916, the landscape in its remote solitude was vast and silent.
With the addition of another vaccine and the stepped-up production of doses, Gov. Jared Polis expressed confidence Tuesday that the state could have a summer "very close to normal," and he predicted that the majority of people here won't be wearing mask in just a few months.
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