Public Health COVID-19 vaccine clinic registration open

April 5, 2021

The CDC & FDA have paused all Johnson & Johnson vaccine. We are keeping all appointments made for an April 13 clinic and are offering Moderna instead. You will be scheduled for a second dose appointment May 11.

Register here:

Glenwood Springs, Wednesday April 7 – Registration

Rifle, Thursday April 8 – Registration

Rifle, Friday April 9 – Registration

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

Each week the state allocates providers different amounts of COVID-19 vaccine from either Pfizer or Moderna. 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.

All Coloradans 16 and up are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine and those 18 and up are eligible for the Moderna vaccine.

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

Tuesday – Public Health will post a vaccine appointment sign up on the Garfield County vaccine website and @Garfieldhealth on Facebook. Sign up for an appointment for any available clinic listed.

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

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

Friday-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 will automatically schedule you for your 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.