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Learn all about COVID-19 vaccines, their differences, and much more

GCPH Vaccine FAQs

Vaccine Offerings in Grand County

Note to Individuals 16-17 years of age: You are only eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and the only vaccine provider in Grand County currently offering the Pfizer vaccine is Safeway in Fraser.


Need help scheduling or getting transportation to vaccine clinics? Call the Grand County Rural Health Network at 970-725-3477.


You do NOT need to be a patient of any the following clinics or medical providers to receive a COVID vaccine at their facility. Furthermore, you do NOT need to receive your 2nd dose at the same location as your 1st dose but you DO need to get the same brand of vaccine as your 1st dose.


ALL clinics require PREREGISTRATION. Links to all clinics/providers can be found by click on the calendar or viewing the table below the calendar.


*Calendar subject to change.  Updated 5/4/21 

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Clinic
Vaccine Offered
Eligible Ages
# of Shots
Grand County Public Health
Various locations around county
Moderna

Janssen (J&J)
18 years +

18 years +
2 (2nd = 28-42 days after 1st)

1
Middle Park Health
Granby & Kremmling
Moderna
18 years +
2 (2nd = 28-42 days after 1st)

Fraser Medical 
in Fraser
Moderna

Janssen (J&J)
18 years +

18 years +
2 (2nd = 28-42 days after 1st)

1
Byers Peak Family Practice
in Winter Park
Moderna

Janssen (J&J)
18 years +

18 years +
2 (2nd = 28-42 days after 1st)

1
Denver Health
at Winter Park Resort
Moderna
18 years +
2 (2nd = 28-42 days after 1st)

Safeway
in Fraser
Pfizer
16 years +
2 (2nd = 21-42 days after 1st)

City Market
in Granby
Moderna

Janssen (J&J)
18 years +

18 years +
2 (2nd = 28-42 days after 1st)

1



Road to 10K

Grand County Public Health has embarked on a journey to help our community reach herd immunity from COVID-19. Herd immunity is our community's best defense against COVID-19. The sooner our individual immune systems are prepared to fight the virus, the less it spreads from person to person, and the virus has fewer chances to mutate. The number of residents in Grand County who need to be vaccinated to reach ideal herd immunity is approximately 10,000 or 80% of eligible residents. Once we can demonstrate herd immunity, the better opportunity to return to normal life without masks, social distancing and fewer COVID-related Public Health Orders. Track our progress at www.co.grand.co.us/RoadTo10K. 

Other Informative Links


Contact Us

  1. Information is good. Accurate information is better. Follow Grand County Public Health for accurate and current information on COVID-19 in Grand County.

    Joint Information Center
    970-725-3803

    Violation Hotline
    970-364-3811

    Domestic Violence (GC Advocates)
    970-725-3412

    Mental Health (Mind Springs)
    970-887-2179

    Community Resources
    www.healthygrandcounty.org

    Email
    jicgrandcounty@gmail.com

    Facebook
    @GCPublicHealth

    Instagram
    @GrandCountyCo 


    CO-HELP

    Colorado’s call line for general questions about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), providing answers in many languages including English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (???) and more

    303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911

    COHELP@RMPDC.org