Good news! The Governor has announced that all Coloradans will be eligible for the vaccine by mid-April. So, where do you get the vaccine? You have two choices. Go to the US Federal website, or go to your County’s info page. See below for the details.
The source for this article is: The State of Colorado’s web page for Where Can I Get Vaccinated?
Who is Eligible?
As of March 5, 2021, Colorado is in Phase 1B.3 of vaccine distribution which includes people age 60+.
On March 19, we will move into Phase 1B.4 which includes people age 50+.
For more information about the vaccine phases, and to find out if you are eligible, visit Colorado eligibility webpage.
Based on current estimates from the federal government, we’re expecting that all Coloradans will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine by mid-April. We’ll have more details on supply in the next week or so. Watch the Governor’s announcement.
Where To Get Vaccinated
U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program
Because vaccine supplies are limited, not everyone who is currently eligible will have access to the vaccine at the same time.
Walmart, Sam’s Club, Safeway, Cardinal, and Kroger (City Market and King Soopers) pharmacies are administering COVID-19 vaccines in Colorado through the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.
Eligible customers can visit vaccinefinder.org to check vaccine availability at each location or schedule a vaccine appointment via each pharmacy’s website:
Vaccines will be available to those who meet the current phase of vaccine eligibility in Colorado.
Colorado’s vaccine provider list
View the list of facilities in Colorado that have received COVID-19 vaccine (by County). Providers on this list may or may not have vaccine currently available. These locations are not open for walk-in appointments and should be contacted directly for additional information.
County Resources For Metro Denver
This provides a list of links and information for each specific county, so that you have all the information about vaccines near you.