Vaccines & Testing
You can find more detail on who is currently eligible for vaccines at the Colorado state vaccine website here.
Registration portals and other resources from the state of Colorado are below. You should also monitor information from your healthcare provider as appropriate to determine their capacity for vaccine appointments and sign up processes.
Colorado Vaccine Resources
State Vaccine Providers: The following health care facilities can administer the vaccine to people eligible under the phased distribution plan based on appointments. You must first contact them to see if any appointments are available to be made.
Colorado Vaccine Hotline: Residents can call the state's vaccination hotline (877-268-2926) for assistance, including questions about eligibility, pre-registration, and vaccination locations.
Vaccine locations: List of statewide vaccine locations for eligible recipients here. Please keep in mind that appointments may be limited at some of these locations, and you should only show up when you have an appointment.
Information on insurance coverage and vaccines for the uninsured: The vaccine is free. Providers should not ask you to pay for the vaccine or other administrative costs, regardless of your insurance status. If you have insurance, the provider may seek reimbursement from your health insurance company for these fees, but you should not be charged. If you encounter problems with your insurance company, you can contact the Division of Insurance by phone at 303-894-7490 or by email at DORA_Insurance@state.co.us.
COVID FAQ Sheet: Information on how vaccines work, commonly asked questions, and more.
If you are a Colorado resident with general questions about the coronavirus, please visit Colorado’s coronavirus response website by clicking here.
Or, please contact the state’s coronavirus call line. CO-HELP operators can provide answers in many languages including English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话) and more.
Please note: CO-HELP operators cannot recommend whether or where you get tested, provide medical advice or help you with your prescriptions. They cannot provide testing results. They cannot clear you to go to work. If you are seeking help for anything other than general questions, please try a health care provider or nurseline.
If you need medical attention, please contact a health care provider.
For the most current information about state lab testing in Colorado, please click here.