How are the vaccines being allocated?

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.

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1. I’m 70 years or older – how do I get my vaccine?
2. How many COVID-19 vaccines is Colorado receiving?
3. How are the vaccines being allocated?
4. Who is eligible for vaccine at this time?
5. Do I need to be a U.S. citizen to get the vaccine?
6. I’m an essential worker – how do I get my vaccine?
7. What is the timeline for Phases 1A and 1B?
8. What phase are we in right now?
9. I’m not included in phase 1 – when will I get my vaccine?
10. How do I become a vaccine provider?