Starting on 4/2/2021, all Coloradans over the age of 16 are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and all Coloradans over the age of 18 are eligible to receive the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Vaccine Offerings in Grand County
Presently, all Grand County vaccine providers except Safeway are offering the 2-shot Moderna vaccine. Safeway is offering the 2-shot Pfizer vaccine. Grand County still has not received the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine, though we are hoping to receive it soon.
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.
It is also important to note that, while COVID vaccine allocations have increased in the last few weeks, Grand County's allocations are still relatively small compared to that of larger counties and populations. The information provided below and appointments found on our providers' websites are primarily targeted toward residents and workers in Grand County, CO. Though we cannot prevent these links from being shared with larger public, we ask that you please think about your fellow neighbors and Grand County community members before sharing it with others outside the area.
Need help scheduling or getting transportation to vaccine clinics? Call the Grand County Rural Health Network at 970-725-3477.
Grand County Public Health: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KTUqD2Hrlnznbkg-InNxuco-CPOx3GR0iP0g3eXJywE/edit?usp=sharing
GCPH currently has a series of vaccine clinics scheduled for various locations around the county. Please view the link above for more details and scheduling options.
GCPH is also working with the state to organize one or more Mass Vaccine Equity PODs with the hopes to administer 1,000 vaccines per day, preferably using the Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine, if available. We will provide more details in the coming weeks.
Middle Park Health: https://www.middleparkhealth.org/covid-19-vaccine/
Fraser Medical Clinic: www.frasermedicalclinic.com
Appointment links are added to our website home page and updated as vaccine doses are available, usually on Monday each week. We are happy to vaccinate Grand County residents who may never have been seen in our clinic but ask that the private vaccine links are not shared otherwise.
Byers Peak Family Medice: www.byerspeakfm.com
Appointment links are added to our website home page and updated as vaccine doses are available. We are happy to vaccinate Grand County residents who may never have been seen in our clinic but prefer to keep the vaccine for local residents as much as possible.
Denver Health at Winter Park Resort: https://www.denverhealth.org/locations/winter-park/winter-park-medical-center-145-parsenn-rd-winter-park-80482
If you are a patient at Denver Health, please call 970-726-4299 to schedule a vaccine appointment.
Safeway in Fraser: https://mhealthsystem.com/frasersafeway2nd
Appointments for the following week are updated on Sunday or Monday of each week. If you check the link and no appointments are available for the given week, check it again later or the following week.
City Market in Granby: https://www.citymarket.com/rx/covid-eligibility
Now that all all Coloradans over the age of 16 are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and all Coloradans over the age of 18 are eligible to receive the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine, GCPH has closed its Individual and Business Registration Forms to new entries. Anyone who had previously registered on either of those list will receive an email with the Grand County Vaccine Offerings info listed about.
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
- CDPHE: What to expect at your vaccine appointment
- CDC: What to Expect at Your Appointment to Get Vaccinated for COVID-19
- CDC: What to Expect after Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine
- Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Factsheets