Where can I get Vaccinated?
This is a list of potential local resources for COVID-19 vaccine in Pueblo County. Please view the website links below for information, including how to sign-up. It is recommended to sign up at one location. If registered at multiple locations, please request to have your name removed once you received your vaccine to ensure availability for others.
- Focus on hospital and outpatient healthcare workers, and residents and staff of skill nursing facilities, long-term care facilities, and assisted living facilities.
- Residents and staff of care facilities will be vaccinated through the Pharmacy Partnership for the Long-term Care Program.
- Phase 1B1 includes Coloradans 70 and older, as well as moderate risk health care workers and first responders.
- Phase 1B2 includes Coloradans ages 65-69, as well as PreK-12 educators and staff, and child care workers in licensed programs.
- They will be eligible to receive a vaccine beginning on February 8th.
- Phase 1B3 includes Coloradans 60 and older, as well as frontline essential workers and Coloradans ages 16-59 with two or more high-risk conditions.
- They will be eligible to receive a vaccine beginning in early March. The State estimates vaccinations will begin for this group by March 5th.
Phase 1B4 and Phase II
It is expected COVID-19 vaccine will be made available:
- From pharmacies through a federal contract with 12 national pharmacy chains
- Regular health care provider offices
There is no list or required sign-up to receive the vaccine for non-healthcare workers. When and where to get the vaccine will be widely advertised when it is available to residents who fit in Phases II or III.
While the cost of the 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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