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Garfield County COVID-19 Vaccine Update as of Jan. 28, 2021

Garfield County COVID-19 Vaccine Update as of Jan. 28, 2021

Early doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been limited to Garfield County’s emergency workers and people age 70 and older. But as more vaccine becomes available and as providers finish vaccinating these groups, additional categories will open up.
Many below the line 1B workers have contacted public health for updates. Garfield County continues to follow CDPHE guidance, but will post current information on our newsfeed, website and Facebook page.
Where and how to make a vaccine appointment in Garfield County
All providers require appointments and are only vaccinating people in eligible categories. See more details and links to providers.
Last week Valley View Hospital launched a new online scheduling system to make appointment scheduling easier.  They do not have a wait list, however when vaccine is available individuals can go online and make an appointment. Grand River has been opening vaccine appointment phone lines on Wednesdays at 1 pm. Appointments are based on vaccine availability. There is a new mobile vaccine van for Spanish-speaking individuals and City Market pharmacies and Mountain Family Health Centers have online forms to register for the vaccine.
All doses will be free. No identification or insurance is required. Information is never shared for any purpose.
Currently in Phase 1A and limited 1B categories
Age 70+ make your appointment
See below for a list of vaccine providers. If you are age 70+ (or helping someone who is),and cannot get an appointment through one of the providers below, please call Public Health at 970-665-6371 and we will try to assist you.
Age 65+ Are not currently being vaccinated in Colorado.
Agencies in 1A/1B should fill out this form for your agency to be scheduled. Call 970-665-6371 or [email protected] if you need additional assistance.
+ Valley View Hospital
Cost: Free
Is an appointment required? Yes
How to make an appointment: Appointments will be made available online as vaccine supply is available. Those in eligible categories will be able to schedule appointments when vaccine is available through this tool. If you schedule an appointment and are not in an eligible group, you will be turned away. There is no longer a waitlist for current or future populations.
Phone number:  The online registration process is recommended. Those without online capabilities can call 970-384-7632.
How will I know when vaccine is available? Announcements will be posted on the website and Facebook page.
+ Grand River Health
Cost: Free (insurance may be billed for those that have it)
Is an appointment required? Yes
How to make an appointment: Appointments will be scheduled as vaccine supply is available. Typically vaccine appointments are announced on Wednesdays and phone lines open up at 1 pm for appointments.
Phone number:  970-625-1100 (press option 1)
How will I know when vaccine is available? Announcements will be posted on the website and Facebook page or sign up for email notification.
+Mountain Family Health Centers
Cost: Free (insurance may be billed for those that have it)
Is an appointment required? Yes
How to make an appointment:  Call 970.945.2840 to make an appointment. Individuals may also complete a vaccine interest form here. The form will allow MFHC to contact those who have expressed interest in receiving the vaccine at the appropriate eligibility phase when vaccine is available.
+Voces Unidas de las Montañas
Phone number: 970-340-8504
Locations: Garfield, Eagle, Pitkin County mobile sites
Cost: Free
Is an appointment required? Yes
How to make an appointment: Call or schedule online