Doctor preparing to inject a male patient with antiviral vaccine.

COMMUNITY NOTICE

1.6.22

 

Vaccine

Hundreds of first doses administered each week

Garfield residents are still getting vaccinated. County providers administered 859 new first doses of COVID-19 vaccine December 17 to 31.

 

Boosters for 12 to 15

The CDC recommends anyone age 12 and up get a third dose of the Pfizer vaccine at least five months after completing the two-dose series. Garfield County vaccine clinics are posted on the vaccine web page.

 

Lost your vaccine card? Find your digital copy

Go to myColorado,the State of Colorado’s Official Mobile App, to find your vaccine record and set up your profile. You can add your dependent’s vaccine card as well by taking a photo and uploading it to the ‘myDocuments’ section of your app.

 

 

Testing

Expanded weekend testing. State of Colorado FREE testing, walk up or appointment PCR molecular test (results in 36-48 hours)

 

Saturdays, Glenwood Garfield County Public Health (back parking lot), 2014 Blake Ave. Glenwood Springs, 10 am – 4 pm

Sundays, Rifle Garfield County Public Health, (conference room) 195 W. 14th St. 10 am – 4 pm 

Complete list of COVID testinglocations in Garfield County

 

FREE rapid home test program for residential and businesses.

 

Isolation/quarantine simplified

Test negative for COVID but feel sick?

If you are sick stay home and get well. If you have been exposed to COVID-19 AND feel sick, but receive a negative COVID test, please follow isolation guidance.

 

Simplified isolation/quarantine guidancefor the general public.

Leave a reply