Colorado COVID-19 Vaccination InformationWe at Rocky Mountain Urgent Care and Family Medicine do not yet have a COVID-19 vaccine supply. While the CDC has supplied recommendations for vaccinating certain priority populations, like the elderly and healthcare workers, specific inventory and eligibility statuses are created by state and local governments. We anticipate having COVID-19 vaccines in the future, but if you are in a priority group, we recommend using the following resources to help locate a place to get your vaccine.
Vaccine Sourcing ResourcesIf you are currently eligible to receive a vaccine, use any of the following resources to find an appointment. http://cocovidvaccine.org/ 1-877-CO-Vax-CO
Colorado Vaccine ScheduleThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has created a vaccine priority group schedule. In phases, this schedule will vaccinate certain groups and demographics as we move through 2021. This schedule remains dependent on whether vaccines are provided to pharmacies, urgent care centers, and hospitals. However, to get a general sense of when you will be eligible to receive a vaccine, review the following guidelines issued by the state.
Vaccine Phase Group Definitions
- 1A – Highest-risk healthcare workers
- 1 – Coloradans age 70+, moderate-risk healthcare workers, first responders
- 2 – Coloradans ages 65-69, pre-K-12 educators and childcare workers in licensed childcare programs, and continuity of state government
- 2 – People age 60-64, people with high-risk conditions, and the continuation of operations for state government and continuity of local government
- 2 – Frontline essential workers and people age 16-64 with two or more high-risk conditions
- 3 – General public, anyone age 16-59