COVID-19 Vaccine 

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Update on Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine 

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and the Colorado Joint Vaccine Task Force have asked providers to temporarily stop administering the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine based on recommendations from the FDA and CDC. The temporary halt is due to reports that six individuals in the U.S. got rare and severe blood clots after receiving the vaccine. These adverse events appear to be extremely rare. Taking a pause will allow FDA and CDC to complete their investigation and adjust recommendations as needed for providers and patients. 

If you have received the J&J COVID-19 Vaccine

If you have received the J&J vaccine and develop severe headache, abdominal pain, leg pain, or shortness of breath within three weeks after vaccination, please contact your health care provider. Health care providers are asked to report adverse events to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System

If you are scheduled to receive the J&J COVID-19 Vaccine

If you’re scheduled to receive the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine, you will receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine instead, or your vaccine provider will contact you to reschedule when CDC and FDA have concluded their investigation. 

If you are a provider with vaccine

Providers who already have a Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine supply should keep it and continue to maintain proper storage.

We will continue to update this page as we learn more. Please contact the Colorado Vaccine hotline at 1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926) or Tri-County Health Department COVID-19 call center at 303-220-9200 if you have additional questions about the J&J vaccine.

I got my vaccine sticker Opens in new windowCOVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility

Coloradans 16 years and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine according to the state's vaccine distribution plan. Vaccine supply remains limited at the federal level so it may take a number of weeks to get an appointment for a vaccination.

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Walk-in & Drive-through Vaccination Sites

You can now get vaccinated without an appointment at three of the state’s community vaccination sites. The schedules for the three walk-in/drive-through sites:

Vaccination Providers

Vaccinations are being offered across the metro Denver region by hundreds of vaccine providers. Check with your own healthcare provider or hospital to see if they are offering the vaccine or try these resources:

Community Vaccination Sites

State's Community Vaccine Sites: All vaccines are free with no co-pay. The community vaccination sites ensure the COVID-19 vaccine is administered equitably and efficiently as vaccine eligibility expands.

Other Providers

The following providers require registration and a scheduled appointment for the vaccine. No walk-ins will be accepted.

Vaccine ProviderContact Information
Centura Health866-414-1562
Dick's Sporting Goods with Centura Health
HealthONE303-453-2477
Kaiser Permanente | flyer
members e-visit  |  non-members
855-550-0951
SCL Health
current patients  |  non-patients
1-833-762-0141
UCHealth720-462-2255
STRIDE Community Health Centers303-360-6276
Clinica Family Health303-650-4460
Salud Family Health Centers303-697-2583
Thornton Fire303-538-7602
Lincoln Health - Arapahoe County
Peak Vista719-740-2073
Safeway Pharmacies
Castle Pines Vaccination Center (Former Safeway #196)

King Soopers/City Market Pharmacies
Walmart Pharmacy
Sam's Club Pharmacy
CVS Pharmacy
Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy