New Phase Chart (updated 1/29/2021)
Grand County is currently vaccinating the Phases 1B.1 & 1B.2 group.
GCPH will not be able to move to the next phase of COVID vaccine until given specific direction from Governor Polis and the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment. Providing vaccine to non-authorized populations at this time will result in the penalty of being denied further vaccine delivery to vaccinate the Grand County community.
Grand County Public Health (GCPH) and Community Healthcare partners are working to prioritize COVID-19 Vaccine to our community. Our efforts are to vaccinate all populations in the timeline outlined and in an expedited manner. These efforts are based on the following factors:
- GCPH is adjusting plans, in real-time, as State priorities change or are adjusted.
- COVID-19 Vaccine logistics are a massive undertaking with limited staff resources and availability
- All Vaccine Providers signed an agreement to meet all criteria, or potentially have future vaccine shipments stopped.
- Vials of the vaccine contain 10 doses. Once a vial is punctured the 10 doses must be given within a 6 hour period, or doses will be wasted.
In order to ensure that GCPH has committed individuals for each Phase of the distribution process, we have developed a Vaccine Registration Form for individuals who are not already being provided access to the vaccine through their employers and a Vaccine Registration Form for businesses.
IF YOU ARE ABLE TO RECEIVE A COVID-19 VACCINE BASED ON YOUR JOB INFORM YOUR WORKPLACE AND DO NOT REGISTER HERE.
- Persons who are ill with a fever should not be vaccinated.
- Any person with a history of anaphylaxis to a vaccine will be referred to the primary care provider to consult before the vaccine is administered.
- Persons with multiple food &/or drug allergies may be referred to their primary care provider. (Please let us know ahead of time. GCPH will assess and triage these persons.)
- Grand County Public Health is registering those who would like the vaccine, but GCPH cannot guarantee any timeline.
- Vaccination distribution is based on the availability of the vaccine.
- The COVID vaccine is free; however, there may be a small administration fee at some vaccination sites. People will be notified of that cost prior to getting a vaccination.
Vaccine Registration Form for Individuals
This registration form will not schedule you for an appointment to get the vaccine. This form will put your name on the list of interested persons in Grand County wanting to get the vaccine. Once this form is submitted, Grand County Public Health or a partnering local medical clinic will contact you when they have a vaccine ready for you. Depending on the phase of vaccine administration in which you qualify, you may be contacted relatively soon or it may take quite some time. PLEASE RETAIN THE COPY OF THIS REGISTRATION FORM THAT WILL BE EMAILED TO YOU ONCE YOU HAVE FINISHED AND SUBMITTED IT.
PDF of Individual Vaccine Registration Form (for download)
Vaccine Registration Form for Businesses
If you are an owner or manager of a business or organization in Grand County and wish to get your employees vaccinated in a more succinct and organized manner through Grand County Public Health, please complete this form.
Grand County Public Health will contact you to discuss the phase in which your business or organization qualifies (1A, 1B, 2, or 3) and also schedule vaccine appointments when your time comes.
PDF of Business Vaccine Registration Form (for download)
Detailed Vaccine Distribution Phases
Subject to change per direction from CDC / CDPHE
|Phase 1A: Highest-Risk Healthcare Workers and Individuals (Winter 2020-2021)|
|Phase 1B.1: Coloradans age 70+, moderate-risk health care workers, first responders (Winter 2020-2021)|
|Phase 1B.2: Coloradans age 65-69, PK-12 educators, Early childhood educators, Licensed childcare programs, and continuity of state government: (Winter 2021)|
|Phase 1B.3: Frontline essential workers and people age 16-64 with two or more high risk conditions: (Winter 2021)|
|Phase 2: People age 60-64, people with high risk conditions, and the continuity of state and local government: (Spring 2021)|
|Phase 3: The General Public (Summer 2021)|