I’m 70 years or older – how do I get my vaccine?

We do not currently have appointments available for individuals 70 and older. All other vaccine providers, including hospitals, pharmacies, and clinics, are focused on vaccinating individuals 70 and older. Find where to get vaccinated by calling CO HELP at 303-389-1687 or by reviewing the following websites:

Continue to check back and review these sites as more COVID-19 vaccine opportunities will be added. 

Key tips to keep in mind when making your appointment

  • You must have an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Do not walk-in to any site and only call numbers given for COVID-19 appointment scheduling.
  • Follow the instructions given by each organization listed to make an appointment. 
  • If there are no listed appointments then all the appointments are full and you must check back the next week when more appointments are opened.
  • It is important to maintain social distancing and wear your mask to appointments.

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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?