Colorado Governor Jared Polis announced on Monday that everyone in the state age 16 and older will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine starting on Friday, April 2nd. The state had been planning to open vaccine eligibility to the general public in mid-April. Colorado will join a dozen other states across the country that have expanded eligibility to the general population.
This news comes one week after the state released the new Dial 3.0 framework and public health order. Find the business capacity implications of Dial 3.0 for Jefferson County here.
Visit the links below for more information and to schedule an appointment or reach out to your Primary Care Physician to see how they can help you get the vaccine. While this is a huge step toward getting back to normal, please remember to be patient and diligent as many Coloradans navigate these systems to try and sign up.
- Where Can I Get Vaccinated? – Colorado Guide
- Vaccine Availability Finder
- Link for our closest Community Vaccination Site (Ball Arena – Denver County)
- CDC: What to do When You’ve Been Fully Vaccinated
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