COVID-19 Vaccine Information

COVID-19 VACCINATIONS FOR CLEAR CREEK COUNTY RESIDENTS AGE 18 OR OLDER:

To get the COVID-19 vaccine from Clear Creek County Public Health, complete our electronic registration form:  www.clearcreekvaccine.com

Or scan the QR code below with your smartphone camera.

It is very important that all of the information you provide is correct, especially your email address.  When vaccines are available, you will receive an email with the scheduling link to self-schedule your appointment.  

If you are unable to fill out the electronic form, call the COVID-19 Health Info Line at 303-670-7528

We will help you with registration and scheduling your appointment.  This line is answered Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm 

Protect yourself, our community and our economy from the spread of COVID-19.

For more information on COVID-19 Vaccinations in Clear Creek County and other frequently asked questions, please proceed to the COVID-19 Vaccine Information Page.

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FOR HELP WITH REGISTERING OR CLINIC TRANSPORTATION:

Contact our COVID-19 Response Assistant at:

Visit with a Public Health Scheduler at the local libraries on Tuesdays between 11:30am - 12:30pm (weather permitting):

  • April 27, May 11 at JOHN TOMAY MEMORIAL LIBRARY, Georgetown 
  • April 20, May 4 & 18 at IDAHO SPRINGS PUBLIC LIBRARY

WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING TO MY APPOINTMENT? 

  • After you schedule an appointment, please PRINT, FILL OUT and BRING your Screening Form to your vaccine appointment.  Filling the form out ahead of time will speed things along at your appointment.  If you do not have access to a printer, screening forms will be available on site.
  • We do not need you to provide any form of ID or insurance information.
  • To avoid long wait lines at our drive-thru clinics, please arrive only a few minutes prior to your appointment time.
  • Please arrive wearing a mask.
J&J VACCINE CLINICS TEMPORARILY CANCELLED

Clear Creek County Public Health is not currently administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to recommendations of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to pause distribution while rare adverse events are being reviewed. 

Click here for updates from the CDC on the pause of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine

I GOT VACCINATED, AM I GOOD TO GO? 

  • Getting vaccinated helps strengthen your body’s ability to fight against the virus.  It does not guarantee that you won’t get infected with COVID-19. 
  • You can get still get COVID in between doses and even after you get both doses (or the single dose of Janssen).  If you contract the virus after getting vaccinated, your symptoms will most likely be less severe than if you were not vaccinated. 
  • Reports of COVID-19 being contracted between first and second doses are on the rise.
  • It takes two weeks after receiving your second dose (or the single dose of Janssen) for your immune system to reach peak efficacy.
  • Until community immunity is reached, meaning that 70 to 85% of the entire population is vaccinated, the best ways to keep ourselves and others healthy continues to be:

             > Stay home as much as possible, avoid in-person social gatherings, and do not travel.

             > When in public, wear a mask, keep your distance from others, and practice good hygiene.

EVEN AFTER YOU'RE VACCINATED, PLEASE CONTINUE TO FOLLOW PUBLIC HEALTH GUIDANCE.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR VACCINATION CLINICS:

If interested, please complete this form:  https://forms.gle/MQnjSaBvZWMpkmgr8

FOR MORE COVID-19 VACCINATION INFORMATION, PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO REVIEW MORE DOCUMENTS:

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COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Phases
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Additional Information and Resources

  1. COVID-19 vaccine safety, U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
  2. V-safe After Vaccination Health Checker Registration
  3. COVID-19 vaccine development and planning for Colorado (CDPHE)
  4. Vaccine for Coloradans webpage (CDPHE)
  5. COVID-19 Colorado Vaccine FAQs (CDPHE)
  6. FDA COVID-19 vaccine information
  7. Moderna COVID-19 vaccine website and factsheet, and call center for questions: 1-866-MODERNA (1-866-663-3762)
  8. FDA Moderna vaccine Q&A
  9. Janssen Fact Sheet for Recipients and Careg