Find a COVID-19 Vaccine Provider
Pfizer Vaccine for ages 5 to 11
CDC has authorized the Pfizer pediatric vaccine for children ages 5 to 11.
CDC advises people should receive a booster dose from a COVID-19 vaccine provider if they are age 12 and older and:
You can choose any vaccine as a booster dose. It does not have to be the same vaccine as your original. Teens ages 12 to 17 should only receive the Pfizer vaccine. Read the full CDC guidance.
Clinics at Tri-County Health Department
Vaccines are available to anyone ages 5 and older. Appointments are encouraged; walk-ins will be accepted until clinic capacity is reached. Call 303-451-0123 to make an appointment. All clinics will have Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines available. Spanish language assistance is available. COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are free and no insurance or identification is needed.
You can also get your flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine at the same time. Our clinics are now offering both. If you have questions about Tri-County Health Department clinics, call 303-451-0123.
Clinics may close early if capacity is reached.
15400 E. 14th Place
410 S. Wilcox St.
4857 S. Broadway #6806
9350 Heritage Hills Circle
1401 W. 122nd Ave. #200
Partner and Community Vaccination Clinics
Find Other Locations to get Vaccinated
- Check with your healthcare provider, local clinics, and pharmacies to get vaccinated
- Review the state's COVID-19 Community Mobile Vaccination Bus schedule
- Find vaccine providers by county, large community vaccination sites, and other vaccine clinics from the state's vaccine finder page
- Search the state's map also various locations to help you find a provider near you
- Find Jogan Health's Colorado locations
- Text your zip code to 438829 or find other locations at Vaccines.gov
The state's COVID-19 call center is available in multiple languages for questions about any of the clinics in Colorado. Call 877-268-2926 (877-CO VAX CO), Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m.; and Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
COVID-19 Vaccine Resources
- A parent or guardian must be present for anyone 5 to 17 years old. For ages 16 and 17, a parent or guardian can be present or written parental consent.
- Call 2-1-1 for a free ride to get a vaccine
- View and print a record of your immunizations with the Colorado Immunization Information System Public Portal
- Use the state's feedback system to report providers who are not following state guidelines, such as asking you for ID or proof of insurance to receive the vaccine or charging for an office visit
- Employers, unions, and trade associations can enroll in the state's free Workplace Vaccination Program
- Tri-County Health Department Vaccine Strategy Overview
The information you provide at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic will remain private and confidential. It will not be shared for any immigration or law enforcement purposes. If you are not a U.S. citizen, receiving the vaccine will not jeopardize your immigration status.