Effective March 5th, 2021, per Governor Polis’ office the groups below are eligible to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine. If you are eligible, click here to schedule your appointment today.
|Highest-risk health care workers and individuals:• People who have direct contact with COVID-19 patients for 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period. • Long-term care facility staff and residents.|
|Coloradans age 70+, moderate-risk health care workers, and first responders:• Health care workers with less direct contact with COVID-19 patients (e.g. home health, hospice, pharmacy, dental, etc.) and EMS. |
• Firefighters, police, COVID-19 response personnel, correctional workers, and funeral services. • People age 70 and older.
|Coloradans ages 65-69, pre-K-12 educators and child care workers in licensed child care programs, and continuity of state government: • Child care workers in licensed child care programs, teachers (full-time and substitutes), bus, food, counselors, administrative, safety and other support services offered inside the school. |
• Select members of the Executive and Judicial branches of state government. *note: members of the legislative branch have already received access to the vaccine.
• People ages 65-69.
|People age 60 and older|
Frontline essential workers in grocery and agriculture:• The intent of this classification is to prioritize current workers who cannot maintain physical distance from others at their place of employment, who work in close contact with many people, especially indoors, and in places with poor ventilation including meatpacking workers; grocery store workers; and agricultural processing workers.
People 16-59 with 2 or more high risk conditions:
• The intent of this classification is to vaccinate Coloradans who have a high risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19. This includes Coloradans with two or more of the following: Cancer (defined as patients who are currently receiving treatment or have received treatment within the last month for cancer), chronic kidney disease, COPD, diabetes mellitus (types 1 and 2), Down syndrome, specific heart conditions (heart failure, cardiomyopathies or coronary heart disease, and severe valvular/congenital heart disease), obesity (BMI ≥ 30kg/m^2), pregnancy, sickle cell disease, solid organ transplant, individuals with disabilities who require direct care in their home, and people with disabilities that prevent them from wearing masks.