Pueblo County residents ages 70+ may sign up by clicking
the blue button above
to be notified of vaccine clinics or watch the local news.
Pueblo is currently in Phases 1a and 1b.
Healthcare workers, first responders, and long-term care employees, and residents were first to be vaccinated.
As of 1/14/2021
8,629 vaccines administered.
- 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.
This Phase focuses on moderate-risk healthcare workers, first responders, other frontline workers, and those aged 70 years or older.
- Outpatient healthcare workers not affiliated with a hospital and providing direct care
- First responders: will be notified by their employer when the vaccine becomes available for them.
- All others: Vaccination locations and availability for all other community members who fit in Phase 1B, including older adults, will be announced via social media and local news. There is no list.
Phases II and III
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.