COVID-19 Vaccine Availability & Prioritization
- Boulder County Public Health statement on state directive to use 2nd dose COVID-19 vaccine as 1st dose
Colorado will continue to receive a limited supply of the first available vaccines from both Pfizer and Moderna. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has oversight of the distribution of all COVID-19 vaccine to local communities.
All vaccine providers administer vaccine according to the vaccine prioritization set by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
For more vaccine information, the Colorado COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 877-CO VAX CO (877-268-2926) is available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday & Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Beginning Feb. 1, hours will extend to 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
|Boulder Community Health
|Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Sign up to be notified at: https://my.bch.org/MyChartPRD/signup
If unable to access online form, eligible seniors can call 303-415-7777
|Must create account in hospital portal, no walk-ins. Additional information for 70+ residents is available at www.bch.org/vaccine-70|
|Centura Health||Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Sign up to be notified by completing the vaccine notification sign-up form.
If you are unable to use the vaccine notification sign up form, please call 866-414-1562.
|Current patients will be contacted, no walk-ins|
|Clinica Family Health
||Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Clinica will contact patients directly
|Clinica will contact patients directly, or patients can go to www.clinica.org, the My Appointments tab and schedule an available opportunity.|
|Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Kaiser Permanente members:
Non-Kaiser Permanente members:
We will hold your place in our virtual line and notify you when you are eligible and when vaccine supply is available.
|First come, first served wait list based on eligibility, no walk-ins|
|Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Coming soon at www.kingsoopers.com/covidvaccine||Appointment only, no walk-ins|
|Safeway||Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Sign up to receive vaccine updates||By appointment only, no walk-ins|
|Salud Family Health Centers
||Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Register to be contacted at saludclinic.org||Online registration strongly recommended, but can call if you do not have access to a computer. No walk-ins. Do not need to be a Salud patient.|
|SCL Health||Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Register on SCL Health’s website. If unable to access website, information call number is 833-762-0141.
|Online registration strongly recommended. Must create an SCL account at MyChart.SCLHealth.org, no walk-ins|
|CU Boulder Medical Services||Faculty, staff and students according to state guideline||Eligible individuals will be contacted directly||Following direct contact, appointments available on a first-come, first-served basis. No walk-ins.|
|UC Health||Healthcare workers and Boulder County residents 70+||Sign up to be placed on a waitlist.
If you’re not a patient of UCHealth and don’t have access to a computer or smartphone, call the UCHealth COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 720.462.2255.
|UC Health patients can use the My Health Connection online portal, no walk-ins|
- Focus on hospital and outpatient healthcare workers, and residents and staff of skill nursing facilities, long-term care facilities, and assisted living facilities. This Phase is complete.
- Residents and staff of care facilities will be vaccinated through the Pharmacy Partnership for the Long-term Care Program.
This Phase focuses on moderate-risk healthcare workers, first responders, other frontline workers, and those aged 70 years or older.
- First responders: This Phase is complete. Any first responder still needing a vaccine should contact their employer.
- Moderate-risk healthcare providers: The countywide signup for this phase is complete. Please sign up with one of the local vaccine providers. Complete the notification sign-up for regular information on vaccine availability and prioritizations.
- All others: Currently, vaccines are available for those who are 70+. Vaccines for frontline essential workers and others in Phase 1B will be available later in the spring. The state estimates these vaccinations will begin in March. Please sign up with one of the local vaccine providers. Residents may sign up with multiple providers. You can also sign up to be notified when vaccine is available for the different groups.
Phases 2 and 3
COVID-19 vaccine will be made available through numerous vaccine providers for these phases. At some point vaccinations may become available through regular health care provider offices. Many of the local vaccine providers allow people in later Phases to sign up now. You can also complete the notification sign-up for regular information on vaccine availability and prioritizations.