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Vaccines for kids 6 months and up
The CDC has officially recommended the use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children six months through four years old and the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for children six months through five years old. COVID-19 vaccines for young children are safe. They work well to prevent severe illness, hospitalization, and death. TCHD has COVID-19 vaccines for children six months and up in clinics now. See clinic hours or make an appointment
Community Vaccination Sites
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Clinics this holiday weekend include:
- Denver Public Library - Valdez Perry Branch (4690 Vine St., Denver, CO 80216)
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Appointments can be scheduled here.
- Ivan’s Crib (15620 E. 6th Ave. Unit B, Aurora, CO 80011)
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Appointments can be scheduled here.
Sunday, July 3
- Children's Hospital - Anschutz Campus (1575 N. Wheeling St., Aurora, CO 80045)
Noon - 7 p.m. Appointments can be scheduled here.
- Our Lady Mother of the Church (6690 E. 72nd Ave., Commerce City, CO 80022)
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Appointments can be scheduled here.
The FDA recently authorized COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months and CDPHE is now offering Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for this age group at all its statewide COVID-19 community vaccine clinics.
Clinics at Tri-County Health Department
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.
Visit www.tchd.org/Immunizations for clinic locations and times. If you have questions about Tri-County Health Department clinics, call 303-451-0123. Download and print our flyer in English or Spanish with additional details.
COVID-19 Vaccine Resources
- A parent or guardian must be present for anyone 5 to 17 years old. However, for ages 16 and 17, a parent or guardian can provide written 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
More vaccine providers:
There are more than a thousand vaccine providers across Colorado. Click here to find one near you.
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.