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Where to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccination information for individuals in the 70+ population: 

Please know the entities listed below are diligently working to bring the COVID-19 vaccination to residents in the 70+ population as quickly as possible. Limitations on vaccine supply, however, are causing delays in registration and administration of vaccinations. We know any delay is frustrating, but we appreciate everyone’s patience as these agencies work together to make sure vaccines are distributed safely and efficiently. As vaccines are shipped to and distributed by the state, the entities below receive varying quantities at various times. Each entity has a process to schedule appointments for people who want the vaccine. Please know, there are approximately 30,000 residents in Weld County who meet the criteria to receive the vaccine at this time. Please also know that as vaccines become more readily available, the delivery systems for each agency will improve. We appreciate your understanding and your patience.


The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has a running list of vaccine recipients across the state. COVID-19 vaccination locations in Weld County include but may not be limited to:

Banner Health

Take the survey on the Banner Health website to determine if you are eligible to receive the vaccine. Schedule your appointment online as the Banner Health System is receiving a high number of requests for appointments. 

Kaiser Permanente

For Kaiser Permanente members 70+ (and others in eligible 1A and 1B categories), visit Kaiser Permanente’s vaccine webpage to complete the “COVID-19 Vaccine Sign Up.” Upon providing your information to them, you will be placed on a first-come, first-served wait list for the vaccine based on your eligibility.

Salud

Salud is only offering COVID-19 vaccine to anyone who is 70 years of age or older and health care workers in the 1B category. You do not need to be a Salud patient. In order to register, you must meet this criteria. Register online and Salud will contact you to schedule an appointment. You must have a scheduled appointment; walk-ups are not available. At the time of your appointment, Salud will request verification of age or occupation. 

SCL Health

SCL Health is currently contacting patients age 70 and older who are currently receiving care at an SCL Health facility. Information is being emailed to these patients guiding them to use the MyChart online patient portal to make a vaccination appointment. These invitations are being sent in a phased fashion based on the state tiering system. An appointment is required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at an SCL Health facility. Walk-up vaccinations are not available. If you are 70 and older and would like more information about registering for COVID-19 vaccination at a SCL Health facility, log on to SCL Health’s website or call (303) 812-2051 for details.

Sunrise Community Health

Sunrise is offering vaccines to Sunrise clients only who are age 70 and up via vaccine clinics. For more information about dates and locations, go to the Sunrise website. Appointments are required. To make an appointment at an upcoming clinic, call (970) 346-2587 (for English or other languages) or (970) 346-2589 (for Spanish). 

UCHealth

Based on the state’s plan, UCHealth is focusing efforts on vaccinations for people 70 years old and older. You do not need to be a UCHealth patient in order to get vaccinated. UCHealth is using My Health Connection, their online patient portal, to communicate with patients age 70 and up. If you have a My Health Connection account, you are added to the vaccine list and will automatically receive updates (via email and in the app) regarding the vaccine. If you do not have a My Health Connection account or are new to UCHealth, create a My Health Connection account to be placed on the list to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when it is available for your phase, according to the state’s plan. An appointment is required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Walk-ins cannot be accommodated. Go to the UCHealth vaccine webpage for a list of FAQs about its vaccination process.

Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment

Weld County Health is currently contacting eligible individuals in some of the 1B category to obtain a vaccination. As of January 8, the Health Department is not able to provide vaccines to county residents who are 70 or older.