Where to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine

Who can get a COVID-19 vaccine?

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CDPHE: COVID-19 Vaccines

CDC: COVID-19 Vaccines

All Coloradans age 5 and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine. For more details about vaccination for children ages 5-17, go to the CDC's COVID-19 Vaccines for Children and Teens webpage.

All Coloradans age 18 and older are eligible to receive the Moderna or Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) vaccine.

Additional Primary Doses for Immunocompromised Populations

If you have a moderately to severely weakened immune system and received either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines for your first two doses, you should get an additional (third) primary dose of the same vaccine 28 days after the second dose. People age 5-17 who are moderately to severely immunocompromised can only get the Pfizer vaccine as an additional (third) primary dose. The CDC does not recommend mixing products for a two-dose primary series or additional primary doses. 

If you are immunocompromised and you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you should receive an additional (second) dose of a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine 4 weeks later. 

If you became immunocompromised AFTER receiving valid primary series doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine (or 1 Johnson & Johnson vaccine) and a valid booster dose, it is not recommended that you receive an additional dose of vaccine at this time.

If you are eligible for an additional primary dose, you should get it before you get a booster shot. If you are immunocompromised and got 3 primary doses of Pfizer, you should get a booster (fourth) dose 3 months later. If you are immunocompromised and got 3 doses of Moderna, you should get a booster (fourth) dose 3 months later. If you are immunocompromised and got a single initial dose of Johnson & Johnson followed by an mRNA (Pfizer or Moderna) dose, you should get a booster (third) dose 2 months later.

We encourage you to speak with your health care provider if you have questions about whether you are eligible to receive an additional primary dose.

COVID-19 Vaccination Schedule for Immunocompromised People

Booster Shots

COVID-19 booster shots also are available to eligible individuals in the general population who would like one. You may choose to get a booster dose if you:

  • Are 12 or older and received your second dose of Pfizer at least 5 months ago.

  • Are 18 or older and received your second dose of Moderna at least 5 months ago.

If you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you may choose to get a booster dose of either Pfizer or Moderna 2 months after you first got vaccinated. 

For a booster dose, adults ages 18 years and older may choose which vaccine product they get. CDC recommends either mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) in most circumstances. Although mRNA vaccines are preferred, the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine may be considered in some situations.

COVID-19 Vaccination Schedule for the General Population

Some people are eligible for a second booster. You may choose to get a second booster shot if you: 

  • Are immunocompromised and over 12 years of age and received your first booster at least 4 months ago. Speak to your doctor to determine your eligibility. 
    • 12-17 year olds who choose to receive a second booster must get the Pfizer vaccine. 
    • 18 year olds who choose to receive a second booster may choose to receive either mRNA vaccine.
  • Are over 50 years of age and received your first booster dose at least 4 months ago.
  • Received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine for your primary dose and first booster and received your first booster at least 4 months ago. You may choose to get a second booster of either mRNA vaccine.

We encourage you to speak with your health care provider if you have questions about boosters. For more details about booster shot recommendations, go to CDPHE's booster shot webpage or the CDC’s booster shot webpage.

Vaccine Providers

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has a vaccine provider map, as well as running list of vaccine providers across the state. 

COVID-19 vaccination providers in Weld County include but may not be limited to:

Weld County Health Department

The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment has the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine available for ages 5 and the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines for ages 18 available Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00-4:30 p.m. 

Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to their vaccine appointment to provide consent via the Colorado COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Administration Form (view in Spanish).

Appointments are preferred but walk-ins can be accommodated. To make an appointment to receive the vaccine at the Health Department Clinic, please call (970) 304-6420.  

Mobile Vaccination Clinics

The State of Colorado is operating mobile COVID-19 vaccination units with Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines as part of Gov. Jared Polis's Vaccines For All initiative. The bus will be at a number of Weld County locations over the next few weeks. You can find upcoming locations online and register for an appointment; reservations are not required. The vaccine is free; insurance and identification are not required to receive the vaccine. Several of these mobile COVID vaccine sites are now offering the seasonal flu shot, as well. Some upcoming dates and locations include:

Greeley: May 15

Dale's Pharmacy

Dale's Pharmacy in Fort Lupton is using an online scheduler to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments for anyone age 5 or older. Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are available.

Good Day Pharmacy

Good Day Pharmacy's Greeley, Eaton, Johnstown, and Longmont locations are offering COVID-19 vaccines. Do not call the pharmacy to schedule an appointment. You must schedule an appointment online

Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente members and non-members can make appointments for initial, additional, and booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. 

King Soopers

King Soopers Pharmacy is currently vaccinating patients for COVID-19 as vaccine is made available. The Pfizer vaccine is available for youth ages 5-11 and 12-17 at King Soopers. You can make an appointment online to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at a store near you. 

Safeway

Select Safeway pharmacies across the county are offering COVID-19 vaccines. Schedule an appointment online or walk in to get a vaccine of your choice.

Salud

Salud is offering the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to established Salud patients. Call (303) 697-2583 or visit the patient portal to schedule your vaccine appointment, including for additional or booster doses.  

Sam's Club

Select Sam's Club pharmacies in Colorado are administering COVID-19 vaccines through the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program. Sam's Club does have Pfizer vaccine available for youth ages 12-17. You do not have to be a Sam's Club member to receive the vaccine at a Sam's Club Pharmacy. Check vaccine locations and availability and schedule an appointment on the Sam's Club Pharmacy website.

Sunrise Community Health

Sunrise is offering COVID-19 vaccines and boosters Monday-Friday on a walk-in basis during regular business hours at these clinics:

You may also reserve a specific time for an appointment by calling (970) 346-2587 (English) or (970) 346-2589 (Spanish).  You do not need to be a Sunrise patient to get a vaccine.  Sunrise offers Pfizer, Moderna and J&J vaccines and boosters.

UCHealth

UCHealth has COVID-19 vaccine available for anyone age 12 and older. You do not need to be a UCHealth patient to get a vaccine. You can schedule an appointment online through My Health Connection

Where: Medical Center of the Rockies, 2500 Rocky Mountain Avenue, Loveland, CO 80538. Use the main entrance; clinic is in the Navajo Peak Conference Room. 
When:
 Go to My Health Connection to see available appointments.

For individuals who need assistance, they may call the UCHealth COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at  (720) 462-2255 (English) or (844) 945-2508 (Español). The hotline is open from 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Friday.

Walgreens

Walgreens stores across Weld County are offering Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines, depending on the location. Schedule an appointment online at a location near you or walk in. New appointments are made available every 2 hours from 6:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

Once you schedule your appointment, you'll receive a confirmation and vaccination consent form via email or SMS (if you scheduled over the phone). Bring the completed vaccination consent form to your scheduled appointment (or fill it out in store). A parent or guardian must be present at appointments for all minors. And if you are a myWalgreens member, you also can get $5 Walgreens Cash rewards on $1 purchase in store when you get your free COVID-19 vaccine.

Walmart

Select Walmart pharmacies in Colorado are administering COVID-19 vaccines through the U.S. Federal Retail Pharmacy Program. Walmart does have the Pfizer vaccine available for youth ages 5-11 and 12-17. Check vaccine locations and availability and schedule an appointment online

Pediatric Vaccine Providers

The pediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children ages 5-11 at several locations, including but not limited to the following:

Weld County Health Department

The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment has the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines available, as well as pediatric Pfizer vaccines for children ages 5-11, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00-4:30 p.m. 

Appointments are preferred but walk-ins can be accommodated. To make an appointment to receive the vaccine at the Health Department Clinic, please call (970) 304-6420.

A parent or guardian must accompany their child to their vaccine appointment in person and provide consent via the Colorado COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Administration Form (view in Spanish).      

Mobile Vaccination Clinics

The State of Colorado is operating mobile COVID-19 vaccination units with Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, including pediatric vaccines for children ages 5-11, as part of Gov. Jared Polis's Vaccines For All initiative. The bus will be at a number of Weld County locations over the next few weeks. You can find upcoming locations online and register for an appointment; reservations are not required. The vaccine is free; insurance and identification are not required to receive the vaccine. Several of these mobile COVID vaccine sites are now offering the seasonal flu shot, as well. Some upcoming dates and locations include:

Greeley: May 15

Dale's Pharmacy

105 Dales Place, Fort Lupton, CO 80621

Daily appointments for the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine are available and can be made via the online scheduler.  

King Soopers

Greeley: 2100 35th Avenue, Greeley CO 80634 

Windsor: 1520 Main Street, Windsor CO 80550

Daily appointments for the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine are available and can be made on the King Soopers website.

Salud

Salud has the pediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine available at its various clinics. The Salud clinics in Commerce City and Fort Lupton are only offering the COVID-19 vaccine to established Salud patients. Call (303) 697-2583 or visit the patient portal to schedule an appointment.

A minor consent form (Spanish) is needed to administer the Pfizer vaccine to any child ages 5 . If you are the parent/guardian and accompanying your child to his/ her vaccine appointment, you can fill out and sign at the clinic. If you are NOT going to be present for your child’s vaccination, please print out and fill out the minor consent form. Salud needs this filled out and signed by the parent and/or guardian to administer the vaccine. 

Sunrise Community Health

Evans: 2930 11th Avenue, Evans, CO 80620

Loveland: 302 3rd Street SE, Loveland, CO 80537

Vaccinations for children ages 5-11 will be available at upcoming clinics. Find dates times, and locations, and sign up on the Sunrise website

Walmart

3103 23rd Avenue, Greeley CO 80631

Appointments for pediatric COVID-19 vaccines can be made on the Walmart Pharmacy website. You must create a Walmart account in order to view availability.