For local public health agencies and healthcare providers only:
For general questions about COVID-19:
April 21, 2021: CMS Virtual Town Hall: Vaccine Access and Legislative Update
March 17, 2021: State launches more robust Spanish COVID-19 website
March 15, 2021: COVID-19 vaccine: Phase 1B.4 to open March 21
February 18, 2021: CDPHE provides update on COVID-19 variants and COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Janaury 27, 2021: Update on COVID-19 vaccine resources from Governor Jared Polis
January 14, 2021: Physician Town Hall: COVID-19 Vaccine Update (Webinar, 1 hr 29 mins)
January 13, 2021: Update on COVID-19 vaccine distribution from Governor Jared Polis
Jan. 29, 2021: Governor Jared Polis provides update on COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
Governor Jared Polis was joined with General Scott Sherman, Director of Joint Staff, Joint Force Headquarters, Colorado and Scott Bookman, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s COVID-19 incident commander at a press conference at 12:45 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 29, 2021.
They provided an update on current COVID-19 vaccination data, announced new populations that will begin getting vaccinated on Feb. 8th and populations to directly follow at the beginning of March.
Current vaccination data reports:
Vaccine eligibility expansion announcements:
It is estimated that there are 408,000 Coloradoans that qualify for the vaccine in the Phase 1B.2 category, and 55% are estimated to be vaccinated by March 5th.
It is estimated that there are 1.1 million Coloradoans that qualify for the vaccine in the Phase 1B.3 category
Expected amount of COVID-19 vaccines to be shipped to Colorado in February 2021
Colorado is expected to receive a total of 452,000 doses by March 1. The breakdown estimation of what Colorado will receive each week is below: