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We do not currently have appointments available for individuals 70 and older. All other vaccine providers, including hospitals, pharmacies, and clinics, are focused on vaccinating individuals 70 and older. Find where to get vaccinated by calling CO HELP at 303-389-1687 or by reviewing the following websites:
Continue to check back and review these sites as more COVID-19 vaccine opportunities will be added.
Colorado is currently receiving about 70,000 vaccines a week.
Vaccine allocations are being distributed proportionately based on county population. At this time, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is making all vaccine allocation decisions due to a limited number of available doses and a short turnaround time between when doses are available in the vaccine ordering system and when orders are required to be placed. We anticipate that vaccine allocation may shift to the local level. Enrolled providers are able to communicate directly with the state on anticipated needs; however, there are a limited number of doses available each week.
Individuals eligible for vaccination at this time are designated by the State’s current allocation system
1A – High risk health care workers
1A – Long-term care facility staff and residents
1B – Moderate risk health care workers
1B – First responders
1B – People age 70+
We are working with employers to match them with vaccine providers. Please designate one representative from your workplace to contact us so that we can coordinate with your entire staff. That representative should call our call center at 303-220-9200 (option 2, option 1) and provide the following information about your workplace:
If you are a single practitioner with no office staff and no affiliation to an office, please contact our call center to provide more information about your role and the type of patient contact you have.
We will reach out to that designated staff member to match your workplace with a vaccine provider in one to six weeks. Healthcare workers in phase 1B can expect to receive their first dose of vaccine in January or February.
Essential workers will be vaccinated in Phase 1B after health care workers, EMS, firefighters, police, COVID-19 response personnel, correctional workers, funeral services, and individuals 70 and older.
According to the state’s public health order, essential workers include:
Vaccination for essential workers is expected to begin in March. Continue to check our vaccine page for more updates at www.tchd.org/COVIDVaccine.
The current timeline and estimated number of persons statewide in each category is as follows:
1A – High risk health care workers (Dec/Jan) 76,000
1A – Long-term care facility staff and residents (Dec/Jan/Feb) 121,000
1B – Moderate risk health care workers and First Responders(Jan/Feb) 125,000
1B – People age 70+ (Jan/Feb) 562,000
1B – Frontline essential workers 628,000 (We anticipate this to start by March 2021)
1B – Essential officials from executive, legislative and judicial branches of state government.
1B – Essential frontline journalists.
Colorado is still in phase 1 of the vaccine plan. Vaccines are being administered to healthcare workers in phase 1A and 1B and individuals 70 years and older.
Vaccinations in phase 2 are expected to begin in the Spring of 2021. Phase 3 is expected to begin in the Summer of 2021.
The state is enrolling all vaccine providers. For more information visit the state’s website.