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    Find a COVID-19 vaccine or booster provider for everyone ages 5 and older

    It is easy to find a COVID-19 vaccine or booster clinic to keep you and your family safe. No ID or insurance are required. Available for everyone ages 5 and older. Vaccines are safe and effective tools to help stop the pandemic. Find a vaccine provider...
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    COVID-19 Omicron variant confirmed in Colorado

    Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has confirmed the first case of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 in Colorado. The case was identified in an adult female resident of Arapahoe County who had recently traveled to Southern Africa. Additional Info...
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    Tri-County Health issues Public Health Order requiring face coverings

    With COVID-19 hospitalizations surging in Colorado, the Board of Health of the Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) voted Monday to issue a public health order requiring masking in all public indoor spaces in Adams and Arapahoe counties. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Vaccines Help Kids Be Kids — Local Public Health Agencies and Partners Launch Campaign

    To help parents find resources and information about COVID-19 vaccines, the local public health partners in the Metro Area and Immunize Colorado are launching a new public information campaign called “COVID-19 Vaccines Help Kids Be Kids." Read on...
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    TCHD begins transition of COVID-19 Services to Douglas County Health Department

    Starting Nov. 22, the Douglas County COVID-19 services will transition from Tri-County Health Department to Douglas County Health Department as they prepare to manage these services according to an amended Intergovernmental Agreement signed Nov. 10. Read on...
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    Public Health Advisory for the Metro Denver Region and State of CO COVID-19 Surge, Hospitalizations

    As public health officials, we are issuing this statewide advisory due to steadily increasing cases and a concern for hospital bed capacity. Colorado and the metro Denver region continue to see steady increases in COVID-19 cases. Read on...
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    Find a free COVID-19 testing site

    Free drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites are still available for those who need it. Find a location near you if you have any signs or symptoms of COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status or prior infection. Find a testing location...
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    Tri-County Health Department will continue to provide public health services in Douglas County

    Douglas County Commissioners and Tri-County Health Department signed an Intergovernmental Agreement Sept. 28 for TCHD to continue providing public health services through the end of 2022. Read on...
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    TCHD rescinds option to opt-out of public health orders; passes universal school masking order

    The Board of Health voted to rescind their policy on allowing opt outs to county-wide public health orders, rescind their recent school mask order for children aged 2-11 years, and put a universal mask order in place for all schools. Read on...
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    Wild animals can be adorable but may also carry diseases

    Baby animals are irresistible, but they may be dangerous if they carry an animal-borne disease like rabies or have an aggressive mother nearby. The best protection is to avoid contact all together. Teach children to stay away from all wild animals. Read on...
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    Sign Up To Receive Our COVID-19 Update Newsletter

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    Board of Health Actions

    Find out what resolutions were voted upon by the Board of Health during the last meeting. Additional Info...