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COVID-19 Vaccines

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COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility & Locations

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has complete control of the distribution of all COVID-19 vaccine to local communities. All vaccine providers administer vaccine according to the vaccine prioritization set by CDPHE.

To learn more about the COVID-19 vaccines, contact the Colorado COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 877-268-2926.

Eligibility

Boulder County vaccine providers closely follow the state prioritization for vaccine. Currently, the following groups are eligible to receive vaccinations if there is vaccine available. Unless noted otherwise, individuals should sign up with one or more of the providers on this page to register to receive a vaccine once one is available.

The state has announced Phase 1.B.3 will begin on Friday, March 5. This next group will include people age 60+, frontline essential workers in food and agriculture and food/restaurant services, people who work in grocery stores, and those 16-59 with two or more specific high risk health conditions.

The state also added another phase, 1.B.4, which is estimated to start mid- to late-March pending vaccine availability. This phase will include people age 50+, student-facing people higher education workers, and other frontline essential workers. For more details about the new phases, please visit the state’s FAQ or view the full state Phases graphic. We will keep you updated as we get more information as much of this is subject to change.

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Vaccination Locations

State list of Vaccination Providers

Provider Process Requirements
Boulder Community Health

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 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 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.
Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente members:

  1. Fill out the COVID-19 Vaccine Sign-up E-visit at kp.org/covidvaccine
  2. Or complete a short questionnaire by calling 1-844-951-1932.

Non-Kaiser Permanente members:

  1. Go to kp.org/covidvaccine
  2. Then, complete the non-member brief intake to request the vaccine.

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
King Soopers

www.kingsoopers.com/covidvaccine Appointment only, no walk-ins
Safeway Schedule an appointment or sign up to receive vaccine updates By appointment only, no walk-ins
Salud Family Health Centers 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 Register on SCL Health’s website.

Online registration strongly recommended. Must create an SCL account at MyChart.SCLHealth.org, no walk-ins
UCHealth 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
CU Boulder Medical Services Eligible individuals will be contacted directly Following direct contact, appointments available on a first-come, first-served basis. No walk-ins.

Sign Up to Be Notified of Vaccine Availability

Please note – compliance with state and local public health orders and guidance, such as mask use and reducing in-person staffing, will continue to provide protection for employees. These restrictions and guidance may or may not be lifted after vaccine becomes widely available.

Vaccination Data

Metrics and graphs on vaccinations in Boulder County can be found on the Vaccine Data page.

About the COVID-19 Vaccines

Inclusion of Family/Household in Vaccination

Because the vaccine has been prioritized to protect individuals who may be exposed through necessary interactions with coworkers and the public, the vaccine isn’t available to family of critical or essential workers.

General Vaccine Availability

Vaccine will likely be available to the general public in mid-2021. It will be provided through many local health care providers and pharmacies. The community will be notified via news and social media when it becomes available.

Vaccination Cost

While the cost of vaccine is free, many providers will be charging for the administration of the vaccine. Agencies may charge insurance for a set priced administration fee of approximately $23, and agencies providing vaccination for uninsured individuals will be compensated by the US Department of Health and Human Services.

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