Vaccine Information for You and Your Family
Because vaccine supplies are limited at the federal level, not all phase 1A and 1B recipients will have access to the vaccine at the same time. Call the state's vaccine call center at 1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926) for vaccine questions.
View the list of COVID-19 vaccine provider facilities (Español). Providers on this list may or may not have vaccine currently available. These locations are not open for walk-in appointments and should be contacted directly for additional information.
NEW! Appointments Required at Coors Field and Adams County Government Center Conference Center Vaccine Clinics
All vaccine clinics are open by appointment for people 70 and older. No walk-ins will be accepted. Pre-registration is required. COVID-19 vaccine appointments are limited cut to the limited supply of vaccine available at each site.
- UCHealth at Coors Field plans for 10,000 people to vaccinate this weekend. If you are a current UCHealth patient, you are already on the list. People who are not UCHealth patients may either sign up on UCHealth's website or if they don’t have access to a computer or smartphone, call UCHealth's vaccine hotline at 720-462-2255.
- Adams County and SCL Platte Valley Medical Center partner for vaccination clinic at Government Center in Brighton. Review the details on the Adams County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics webpage or the SCL Platte Valley press release. Visit SCLHealth.org/COVIDVaccine or call 1-833-762-0141 for more information on availability and scheduling.
What Phase Are We In?
Who Is Eligible To Get The Vaccine?
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What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
COVID-19 vaccination will help protect you from getting COVID-19.
Common side effects
You may have some side effects, especially after the second dose. The side effects are normal signs that your body is building protection. They typically go away on their own after a few days. Side effects include:
Learn more from the CDC about COVID-19 vaccines and rare severe allergic reactions.
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Scheduling your second shot
If you need help scheduling your vaccine appointment for your second shot, contact the location that set up your appointment for assistance.
Both COVID-19 mRNA vaccines will need 2 shots to get the most protection. The timing between your first and second shot depends on which vaccine you received. You should get your second shot for the:
You should get your second shot as close to the recommended 3-week or 1-month interval as possible. However, there is no maximum interval between the first and second doses for either vaccine. You should not get the second dose earlier than the recommended interval.
It is very important to get both doses of the vaccine so that your body develops enough antibodies to fight the COVID-19 virus if you get infected at a later time.
- I’m 70 years or older – how do I get my vaccine?
- How many COVID-19 vaccines is Colorado receiving?
- How are the vaccines being allocated?
- Who is eligible for vaccine at this time?
- I’m a healthcare worker – how do I get my vaccine?
- I’m an essential worker – how do I get my vaccine?
- What is the timeline for Phases 1A and 1B?
Colorado's Vaccine Distribution Plan
Governor Polis announced that starting December 30, people 70 years old and older are currently eligible for COVID-19 vaccine. The Governor also stated that "Any Coloradan 70 and up can now legally receive the vaccine...This will take about 4-5 weeks."
Getting vaccinated is one of many steps you can take to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Protection from COVID-19 is critically important because for some people, the COVID-19 virus can cause severe illness or death.