CDPHE: State updates public health order

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released an amended public health order that provides updates to the COVID-19 dial framework.

Some key changes include:

  • Clarifying that 6 feet distancing from non-household members remains required in Level Green.
  • Specifying that only unseated, rather than seated, Indoor Events are subject to the 50% capacity limit not to exceed 500 people in Level Green.
  • Authorizing counties in Level Green to determine masks requirements as authorized in Executive Order D 2021 079.
  • Authorizing seated Indoor Events in Level Green to operate at 100% capacity with 6 feet distancing, allowing seating of up to 10 people together including non-household members, and requiring organizers or operators of any such events that exceed 500 people to consult with CDPHE.
  • Updating to allow seated Indoor Events in Level Blue to seat up to 10 people together including non-household members, and require organizers or operators of any such events that exceed 500 people to consult with CDPHE.
  • Clarifying that Bars in Level Blue may operate and are not required to sell or provide food.
  • Removing the prohibition on dance floors and games in Restaurants and Bars.

Read a full summary of changes, and review the updated capacity charts in English and Spanish

Continue to stay up to date by visiting covid19.colorado.gov.

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El Estado actualiza orden de salud pública 

REMOTO, (5 de abril de 2021): El Departamento de Salud Pública y Medio Ambiente de Colorado (CDPHE, por sus siglas en inglés) publicó una orden de salud pública modificada que proporciona actualizaciones para el Sistema de Indicadores del COVID-19.

Algunos cambios clave incluyen:

  • Aclarar que el distanciamiento de 6 pies entre miembros que no son de una misma vivienda sigue siendo requerido en el Nivel Verde.
  • Especificar que solamente los Eventos en Ambientes Cerrados sin asientos, en lugar de con asientos, están sujetos al límite de capacidad del 50% sin exceder 500 personas en el Nivel Verde.
  • Autorizar a los condados en el Nivel Verde a determinar los requisitos del uso de tapabocas, tal como se autoriza en la Orden Ejecutiva D 2021 079.
  • Autorizar que los Eventos en Ambientes Cerrados con asientos en el Nivel Verde operen al 100% de su capacidad con un distanciamiento de 6 pies, permitiendo que se sienten hasta 10 personas juntas, incluyendo a personas que no son miembros de una misma vivienda, y se exige que los organizadores u operadores de cualquier evento de este tipo que exceda las 500 personas consulten con el CDPHE.
  • Actualizar para permitir que en los Eventos en Ambientes Cerrados con asientos en el Nivel Azul se puedan sentar hasta 10 personas juntas, incluyendo a personas que no son miembros de una misma vivienda, y se exige que los organizadores u operadores de cualquier evento de este tipo que supere las 500 personas consulten con el CDPHE.
  • Aclarar que los bares en el Nivel Azul pueden operar, y no están obligados a vender o proporcionar comida.
  • Eliminar la prohibición de las pistas de baile y los juegos en los restaurantes y bares.

Lea un resumen completo de los cambios y revise las tablas de capacidad actualizadas en inglés y español. Continúe manteniéndose informado visitando covid19.colorado.gov.

CDPHE: State updates public health order

Updated Valley View COVID-19 cumulative stats

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLO. – The following are updated statistics from Valley View:

Valley View COVID-19 cumulative stats – 4/6/21
Specimens collected thru Valley View: 24,474
Positive results: 1,997
Patients admitted with COVID-19 since outbreak began: 243
Admitted patients discharged: 220

Definitions:

Specimens collected: These are specimens collected by Valley View providers that are tested by Valley View’s laboratory in Glenwood Springs or sent to an outside laboratory to conduct COVID-19 testing. This is a cumulative number.

Positive results: These are the number of positive COVID-19 results returned from the Valley View specimens tested. This definition is updated on April 21 to clarify that the positive results represent positive patients. This is a cumulative number.

Patients admitted with COVID-19 since outreach began: Patients with a positive COVID-19 test who have been hospitalized at Valley View. This is a cumulative number.

Admitted patients discharged: Of admitted patients with a positive COVID-19 test, number who have been discharged from Valley View Hospital. Patients may be discharged to recover at home, to hospice or to psychiatric care. This is a cumulative number.  

Additional questions:

“From whom is Valley View collecting specimens?” Valley View is testing:

  • Patients who are symptomatic and have been referred by their primary care provider.
  • Patients undergoing medically necessary surgery.
  • Patients undergoing designated procedures that are high risk for aerosol generation.
  • Patients with a referral from their primary care provider for a test needed for work or travel.

“What kind of PCR test does Valley View offer?” Currently, Valley View has a nasopharyngeal PCR test. For the nasopharyngeal swab, a special swab of the nose occurs, it is then placed in a tube and sent for testing. 

“What is the difference between the number of patients admitted and number of patients discharged?” The difference between the number of patients and admitted patients discharged represents current hospitalized patients, patients transferred to other hospitals or those who have passed away. For example, if there are 21 patients admitted and 16 discharged, the difference is five. This is a cumulative number representing the entirety of Valley View’s efforts caring for COVID-19 patients. Therefore five total patients are hospitalized, have been transferred to a hospital as they need a higher level of care or, unfortunately, have passed away. Valley View will not offer additional details so as to protect their privacy.

“What is the turnaround for test results?”  At this point, Valley View is receiving test results same-day to 48 hours. The variability in time is due to the type of test ordered by the provider. For example, an individual experiencing a medical emergency may require a rapid test.

“The number of positive tests is not the same as admitted patients. Why?” Not all positive patients require hospitalization. For patients with mild symptoms, his/her doctor may recommend that they recover at home with specific instructions (e.g. isolation, monitor symptoms). Other positive patients may be very ill and need hospitalization.

“What is the status of these individual hospitalized patients?” Per the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Valley View will not speak to the specific status of an individual patient.

Updated Valley View COVID-19 cumulative stats

Updated Grand River Health COVID-19 cumulative stats for April 6, 2021

RIFLE, COLO. – The following are updated statistics from Grand River Health:

Grand River Health COVID-19 cumulative stats – 4/6/2021

Number of individuals tested: 7,479
Positive results: 1,186
Pending results: 12
New positives since 3/1/21: 10
Patients admitted with COVID-19 since outbreak began: 46
Patients transferred: 12
Patients discharged: 34
Reported numbers are from Grand River Health only and could change at any time.

Vaccine update: When vaccine is available, GRH is vaccinating the general public ages 16+.  To know when COVID-19 vaccines become available, please watch the Grand River Health Facebook page and sign up for email alerts on the Grand River Health website at www.grandriverhealth.org.  There are no walk ins at this time. All vaccinations will be done by appointment only. We appreciate the community’s patience.

All clinic services, hospital and specialty services are open. All patients will be screened appropriately and patients with current symptoms will be scheduled for appointments in the respiratory clinic. 

All appointments can be made by calling 625-1100. Patients are asked to wear an ear loop mask while in the facility (no gators, bandanas or buffs please).

Updated Grand River Health COVID-19 cumulative stats for April 6, 2021

Governor Polis celebrates milestone: 80% of Coloradans 70 and older now vaccinated

DENVER – Saturday, Governor Jared Polis announced that 80% of Coloradans 70 years and older have now received at least one dose of the vaccine. Coloradans in this age group have accounted for 78% of deaths and 40% of hospitalizations throughout the pandemic. 

“I’m incredibly proud of the milestone we have reached today with 80% of all Coloradans 70 and older now vaccinated with at least one dose, and one step closer to full protection from this deadly virus,” said Governor Jared Polis. “We know that our older Coloradans have faced much higher risks throughout this pandemic, and now more and more can once again hug their grandkids or enjoy the activities that bring them joy without fear of hospitalization or death. We will continue working to get the lifesaving vaccine to every person who wants one, and I hope to see this number climb even higher.”

As of Friday, April 2, all Coloradans 16 and older are eligible to receive the vaccine. Visit covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine to find a provider near you. 

Governor Polis celebrates milestone: 80% of Coloradans 70 and older now vaccinated

Roaring Fork Schools: CMS transitions 8th grade to distance learning

A student or staff member at Carbondale Middle School tested positive for COVID-19 resulting in the quarantine of almost all of the 8th grade class because the entire grade and its teachers are considered a cohort. 

CMS parents and students received notice that 8th graders would transition to distance learning starting Monday, April 4. This cohort will return to in-person learning on Tuesday, April 13. 

Roaring Fork Schools: CMS transitions 8th grade to distance learning

Governor Polis to extend statewide mask order for 30 Days, adds transition plan for low-incidence counties

DENVER – Governor Jared Polis announced that he will be extending the statewide mask order tomorrow with modifications that account for where Colorado is in the pandemic. 

“Here in Colorado we are making incredible progress with getting vaccines into arms and protecting our most vulnerable, but until everyone can get the vaccine and our COVID cases are reduced, taking precautions to prevent a surge in cases and further spread of the disease is the smart thing to do and the right thing to do and helps keep everything open,” said Governor Jared Polis. “By continuing to wear our masks in public indoor settings around others, we can safely enjoy the activities we love and keep our economy open. Every community has been impacted differently by this pandemic, and we want to ensure this order is reflective of that. We’re almost there, Colorado, but we need to keep this up just a little bit longer.”

“I look forward to the day when immunity reaches a level that we no longer have to wear masks. Right now across our state, 1 in 207 people are currently contagious with COVID-19, and only an estimated 27% of Coloradans are already immune through either vaccination or prior infection. In the meantime, we must continue practicing vigilance by wearing masks especially if you aren’t yet fully vaccinated, practicing social distancing when in public and in the company of people with unknown vaccine status. This modified mask order is a step towards the light at the end of the tunnel, and it acknowledges a transition away from most requirements for those counties in level green with very low transmission, 35 cases or less out of every 100,000, and the great achievement they have made towards ending the pandemic,” he continued.

The updated executive order will continue to require mask-wearing in all counties in schools (including extracurricular activities), child care centers, indoor children’s camps, public-facing state government facilities, congregate care facilities, prisons, jails, emergency medical and other healthcare settings, and personal services and limited healthcare settings as defined by PHO 20-36. “We fought hard to get Colorado kids back in school successfully, and we’re not going to jeopardize Colorado’s return of in-person learning by changing the mask policy this school year,” Governor Polis added. 

In counties with one week disease incidence rates in excess of 35 per 100,000, which are known in Dial 3.0 as blue, yellow, orange, red, and purple counties, masks must also be worn in all public indoor settings when 10 or more unvaccinated individuals or individuals of unknown vaccination status are present.

The number of counties that are currently in Level Green is 31, representing a population of 238,286 Coloradans. The number of counties in Levels Blue, Yellow, Orange, or Red is 33 representing a population of 5,525,690.

The executive order keeps exemptions that were in the prior executive orders. 

Read the fact sheet and the full executive order

Governor Polis to extend statewide mask order for 30 Days, adds transition plan for low-incidence counties

Garfield County moves to Level Yellow; 5 Star program information awaiting clarification

State moves Garfield County to Level Yellow 

The state officially moved Garfield County to Level Yellow on the COVID-19 Dial due to a surge in COVID cases with levels similar to July. The number of COVID cases and the cumulative incidence rate have increased over the past two weeks. Multiple days have had an incidence rate 15% over the Level Yellow threshold which is 100 cases or less per 100,000 people.  

Garfield County Public Health is concerned about this increase and reminds everyone to get vaccinated, wear masks in public, practice social distancing, practice good hygiene, stay home when sick and get tested if symptoms occur. Public health is available to help partners and businesses that need rule clarification; contact publichealthinfo@garfield-county.com or call 970-625-5200, ext. 8101. 

Changes from Level Blue to Level Yellow under Dial 3.0. 

Overall, the rules from Level Blue to Level Yellow do not change much for most Garfield County businesses, as social distancing requirements still apply.

Offices, retail, and personal gatherings have no change from Level Blue to Level Yellow.

The Ninth Amended Public Health Order adjustments from Blue to Yellow are highlighted below:

Manufacturing Section II.C.2.d

Level Blue may operate at 75% capacity 

In Level Yellow, 50% or 50 people, whichever is less in yellow

Restaurants Section II.C.2.h

Level Blue may operate at 100% capacity with 6 feet distancing 

In Level Yellow, 50% or 150 per room. Outdoor dining can be at 100%

Outdoor Events Section II.C.2.l

Level Blue may operate in full, subject to local limits.

Level Yellow, 50% or 175 people. Masks are still currently required (Section III C.)

Recreation – gyms, rec centers, pools, and outdoor rec facilities Section II.C.2.m

Level Blue may operate at 100% with 6 feet distancing

Level Yellow, 50% capacity or 50 patrons, whichever is less. Masks are still required (Section III C.)

Outdoor Guided Activities Section II.C.2.o

Level Blue may operate in full, subject to local limits

Level Yellow 50% of full capacity or 10 people, whichever is less.

Bars Section II.C.2.s

Level Blue (bars that do not serve food) may operate at 25% not to exceed 75 people.

Level Yellow (bars that do not serve food) may not reopen and must offer carry out only.

5 Star Program update

The 5 Star committee is awaiting further clarification from the state on the future of both the statewide COVID-19 Dial and the 5 Star program. Primarily due to the county’s level on the COVID-19 State Dial, local businesses have opted not to participate in the Garfield County 5 Star program. Under Level Blue, the program didn’t offer much of a benefit. Though awaiting clarification, the program is active and information is available on the Garfield County 5 Star webpage.

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Aviso Comunitario

1 de abril, 2021

El Condado Garfield pasa al nivel amarillo; Esta pendiente aclaración para el programa de 5 estrellas

El Estado mueve al Condado Garfield al Nivel Amarillo

El Estado trasladó oficialmente al Condado Garfield al Nivel Amarillo del Marcador de COVID-19 debido a un aumento en casos de COVID.  El departamento está preocupado por este incremento y recuerda a todos que se vacunen, usen cubrebocas en público, practiquen el distanciamiento social, practiquen una buena higiene, se queden en casa cuando estén enfermos y se hagan la prueba si se presentan síntomas. Salud Pública está disponible para ayudar a colegas y empresas que necesitan aclarar las reglas, comuníquese con publichealthinfo@garfield-county.com o llame al 970-625-5200 ext. 8101.

Cambios del Nivel Azul a Nivel Amarillo bajo el Marcador 3.0. 

En general, los cambios del nivel azul al nivel amarillo no cambian mucho para la mayoría de los negocios en el Condado Garfield, ya que todavía se aplican los requisitos de distanciamiento social.  Oficinas, tiendas minoristas y reuniones personales no cambian del Nivel Azul al Nivel Amarillo.

Los ajustes de la Novena Enmienda de la Orden de Salud Pública de Azul a Amarillo se acentúan a continuación:

Fabricas (Producción) Sección II.C.2.d

Nivel Azul puede operar al 75% de capacidad 

En Nivel Amarillo, 50% o 50 personas, cualquiera que sea más bajo en amarillo

Restaurantes Sección II.C.2.h

Nivel Azul puede operar al 100% de capacidad con una distancia de 6 pies 

En Nivel Amarillo, 50% o 150 personas por cuarto. Cena al aire libre puede estar al 100%

Eventos al Aire Libre Sección II.C.2.l

Nivel Azul puede operar en su totalidad, sujetos a limites locales 

En Nivel Amarillo, 50% o 175 personas.  Actualmente, aun se requieren cubrebocas (Sección III C.)

Recreación – gimnasios, centros de recreación, piscinas e instalaciones de recreación al aire libre Sección II.C.2.m

Nivel Azul puede operar hasta el 100% con 6 pies de distancia

En Nivel Amarillo, 50% de capacidad o 50 personas, lo que sea menor.  Aun se requieren cubrebocas (Sección III C.)

Actividades Guiadas al Aire Libre SecciónII.C.2.o

Nivel Azul puede operar en su totalidad, sujeto a límites locales

En Nivel Amarillo 50% de la capacidad total o 10 personas, lo que sea menor.

Barras Section II.C.2.s

Nivel Azul (bares que no sirven comida) puede operar al 25% sin exceder las 75 personas.

En Nivel Amarillo (barras que no sirven comida) no puede volver a abrir y debe ofrecer solo para llevar.

Actualización del Programa 5 estrellas

El Comité de 5 Estrellas está esperando aclaraciones por parte del estado sobre el futuro tanto del Marcador de COVID-19 en todo el estado, como del programa 5 Estrellas.  Debido al nivel en que se encuentra el condado en el Marcador de COVID-19 del Estado, los negocios locales han optado por no participar en el programa de 5 estrellas del Condado Garfield.  Bajo el Nivel Azul, el programa no había ofrecido muchos beneficios.  Aunque se espera una aclaración, el programa sigue activo y la información está disponible en el sitio web de 5 Estrellas del Condado Garfield.

Garfield County moves to Level Yellow; 5 Star program information awaiting clarification

How to find and sign up for Garfield County Public Health COVID-19 vaccine clinics

Where to go for information 

Current information on all vaccinating providers in Garfield County and Public Health clinics will be listed on the Garfield County vaccine webpage and Facebook page.  

Moderna/Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) 

Each week, the state allocates providers different amounts of COVID-19 vaccine from either Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson (Janssen). Providers do not know how much, or what type of vaccine will be coming on any given week. 

If you require a specific type of vaccine, it is important to know you have the correct brand when making your appointment. Public Health will specify what brand is being offered each week on the appointment scheduler.  

As of Friday, April 2, all Coloradans 16 and up are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine and those 18 and up are eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine. 

Mondays – Public health is notified how much vaccine and what brand of vaccine will be coming for the current week. 

Tuesday – Public health posts a vaccine appointment sign-up on the Garfield County vaccine webpage and Facebook page. Sign up for an appointment for any available clinic listed.  

Wednesday – vaccine clinics are held in Glenwood Springs for those who made an appointment online. 

Thursday – vaccine clinics are held in Rifle for those who made appointments online. 

Weekend – vaccine clinics may be held any given week depending on the vaccine supply received that week. Register for an appointment online if it is available. 

Second doses – Public health automatically schedules the second dose appointment. It will be at the same time and the same place 21 days later for Pfizer vaccine and 28 days later for Moderna.  

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AVISO COMUNITARIO

1 de abril, 2021

Cómo encontrar e inscribirse para clínicas de vacunación de COVID-19 en Salud Pública del Condado Garfield

Dónde encontrar información

Información actual sobre los proveedores de vacunación en el Condado Garfield y las clínicas de Salud Pública se incluirá en la página web de vacunas y en la página de Facebook del Condado Garfield.

Moderna/Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson (Janssen)

Cada semana, el estado asigna a proveedores diferentes cantidades de la vacuna COVID-19 de Pfizer, Moderna o Johnson & Johnson (Janssen). Los proveedores no saben cantidad, o qué tipo de vacuna llegará esa semana.

Si necesita un tipo específico de vacuna, es importante saber que tiene la marca correcta al programar su cita. Salud Pública especificará qué marca se ofrece cada semana en el programador de citas.

A partir del viernes, 2 de abril, todos las personas que viven en Colorado de 16 años en adelante son elegibles para recibir la vacuna Pfizer y aquellos de 18 años en adelante son elegibles para la vacuna Moderna y Johnson & Johnson.

lunes – Se notifica a salud pública cuánta vacuna y qué marca de vacuna llegará durante la semana actual.

martes – Salud pública publica link para hacer cita de vacunación en la página web de vacunas del condado Garfield y en la página de Facebook.  Regístrese para una cita para cualquiera de las clínicas disponibles.

miércoles – Se llevan a cabo clínicas de vacunas en Glenwood Springs para aquellos que hicieron cita en línea.

jueves – Clínicas de vacunas se llevan a cabo en Rifle para aquellos que hicieron citas en línea.

Fin de semana – Clínicas de vacunas pueden realizarse cualquier semana, dependiendo del suministro de vacunas recibido esa semana. Regístrese para cita en línea si está disponible para el fin de semana.

Segunda dosis – Salud Pública programa automáticamente cita para la segunda dosis. Será a la misma hora y en el mismo lugar 21 días después para la vacuna Pfizer y 28 días después para Moderna.

How to find and sign up for Garfield County Public Health COVID-19 vaccine clinics

Updated Valley View COVID-19 cumulative stats

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLO. – The following are updated statistics from Valley View:

Valley View COVID-19 cumulative stats – 4/1/21

Specimens collected thru Valley View: 24,235
Positive results: 1,984
Patients admitted with COVID-19 since outbreak began: 240
Admitted patients discharged: 215

Definitions:

Specimens collected: These are specimens collected by Valley View providers that are tested by Valley View’s laboratory in Glenwood Springs or sent to an outside laboratory to conduct COVID-19 testing. This is a cumulative number.

Positive results: These are the number of positive COVID-19 results returned from the Valley View specimens tested. This definition is updated on April 21 to clarify that the positive results represent positive patients. This is a cumulative number.

Patients admitted with COVID-19 since outreach began: Patients with a positive COVID-19 test who have been hospitalized at Valley View. This is a cumulative number.

Admitted patients discharged: Of admitted patients with a positive COVID-19 test, number who have been discharged from Valley View Hospital. Patients may be discharged to recover at home, to hospice or to psychiatric care. This is a cumulative number.  

Additional questions:

“From whom is Valley View collecting specimens?” Valley View is testing:

  • Patients who are symptomatic and have been referred by their primary care provider.
  • Patients undergoing medically necessary surgery.
  • Patients undergoing designated procedures that are high risk for aerosol generation.
  • Patients with a referral from their primary care provider for a test needed for work or travel.

“What kind of PCR test does Valley View offer?” Currently, Valley View has a nasopharyngeal PCR test. For the nasopharyngeal swab, a special swab of the nose occurs, it is then placed in a tube and sent for testing. 

“What is the difference between the number of patients admitted and number of patients discharged?” The difference between the number of patients and admitted patients discharged represents current hospitalized patients, patients transferred to other hospitals or those who have passed away. For example, if there are 21 patients admitted and 16 discharged, the difference is five. This is a cumulative number representing the entirety of Valley View’s efforts caring for COVID-19 patients. Therefore five total patients are hospitalized, have been transferred to a hospital as they need a higher level of care or, unfortunately, have passed away. Valley View will not offer additional details so as to protect their privacy.

“What is the turnaround for test results?”  At this point, Valley View is receiving test results same-day to 48 hours. The variability in time is due to the type of test ordered by the provider. For example, an individual experiencing a medical emergency may require a rapid test.

“The number of positive tests is not the same as admitted patients. Why?” Not all positive patients require hospitalization. For patients with mild symptoms, his/her doctor may recommend that they recover at home with specific instructions (e.g. isolation, monitor symptoms). Other positive patients may be very ill and need hospitalization.

“What is the status of these individual hospitalized patients?” Per the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Valley View will not speak to the specific status of an individual patient.

Updated Valley View COVID-19 cumulative stats

CDPHE: More than one million Coloradans are fully vaccinated

Colorado is proud to announce, in collaboration with more than 1100 vaccine providers, the state has reached the one million mark of people fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. The milestone came yesterday as the state moves into Phase 2 of vaccine distribution tomorrow.

“It’s great news to reach this milestone,” said Scott Sherman, Brigadier General, CO Nat. Guard and director of the UCC Vaccine Joint Task Force. “Each vaccine is a step toward getting back to normal — but we can’t stop now. We are focused on ensuring that every Coloradan who wants a vaccine will be able to receive the first dose by the end of May.” 

All Coloradans over the age of 16 who want a vaccine can get one starting Friday. The state has launched six community vaccination clinics across the state to help with vaccine administration and access. Our website has sign up information for these clinics and providers throughout the state. 

Continue to stay up to date by visiting covid19.colorado.gov.

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Más de un millón de habitantes de Colorado están totalmente vacunados

REMOTO, (1 de abril de 2021): Colorado se enorgullece de anunciar, en colaboración con más de 1,100 proveedores de vacunas, que el estado ha alcanzado la marca de un millón de personas totalmente vacunadas contra el virus COVID-19. El logro se alcanzó ayer, mientras que mañana el estado pasa a la Fase 2 de distribución de la vacuna.

“Alcanzar esta meta es una gran noticia”, dijo Scott Sherman, General de Brigada de la Guardia Nacional de Colorado y director del Grupo de Trabajo Conjunto de la Vacuna UCC. “Cada vacuna es un paso de regreso a la normalidad – pero no podemos detenernos ahora. Estamos enfocados en asegurar que cada habitante de Colorado que quiera una vacuna pueda recibir la primera dosis para fines de mayo.”

Todos los habitantes de Colorado mayores de 16 años que quieran una vacuna podrán recibirla a partir del viernes. El estado ha lanzado seis clínicas comunitarias de vacunación en todo el estado para ayudar con el acceso y la administración de la vacuna. Nuestro sitio web tiene información de inscripción para estas clínicas y proveedores en todo el estado.

 Continúe manteniéndose informado visitando covid19.colorado.gov.

CDPHE: More than one million Coloradans are fully vaccinated