For local public health agencies and healthcare providers only:
For general questions about COVID-19:
March 14, 2022: Oral COVID-19 medication
December 21, 2021: Pfizer Vaccine Shelf-Life Extension
December 20, 2021: Increase in vaccine reimbursement for Health First Colorado Medicaid members
December 15, 2021: Virtual Grand Rounds: The latest on Omicron and Crisis Standards of Care
March 29th, 2021: Governor Jared Polis announces COVID-19 vaccine will open to general public on April 2nd
Governor Jared Polis gave an update on Monday, March 29th that the Colorado general public will begin to have access to the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday, April 2nd. The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for those age 16+, and the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine has been approved for those age 18+.
People in all previous phases, 1A, 1B.1, 1B.2, 1B.3 and 1B.4 are still eligible to receive the vaccine at any time.
The Governor announced the goal that everyone in the general public that wants a vaccine, can get a vaccine within 6-8 weeks following the April 2nd launch date. Be sure to stay updated on locations of vaccinations, including the large vaccination clinics that have opened across the state. There are five community vaccination sites that are open and a sixth is set to open April 1 (these are the large-scale drive through sites). These are listed below by county:
For hours, more information, and to find other locations for patients to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, please click here.
Other important notes for physician members: