Let’s Get Vaccinated Grand County!
We’d all like nothing more than to consider COVID-19 a “thing of the past”. To STOP worrying about getting the coronavirus and wearing masks. To GO spend time with our friends and family after so long apart.
Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself, your family, and your community from COVID-19. Anyone age 5 and over is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Are you looking to get vaccinated? Grand County Public Health continues to offer COVID-19 vaccine clinics throughout the county. Other health providers also offer vaccines: Safeway and City Market pharmacies, plus Fraser Medical Clinic and Byers Peak Family Medicine.
You can make your appointment for the date and location that works best for you, and you do NOT need to be a patient of the clinic or medical provider to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at their facility.
We encourage everyone to be informed and make the decision that is best for you and your family.
#BeInformed #Roadto10k #GrandCountyStrong
Be in the Know About Vaccines for Children
Chloe, our youth advocate, shares a little bit about why she got vaccinated – because a family member got really sick with COVID. “I encourage you to get vaccinated. Also, remember, you are not just saving your life, you’re saving others.”
Vaccines are now available to anyone ages 5 years or older!
Pfizer is the only vaccine available for children ages 5-11 (1/3 of a dose) or 12–17. Safeway and City Market pharmacies, plus Fraser Medical Clinic and Byers Peak Family Medicine are offering Pfizer vaccines for ages 12-17. Public Health, Fraser Medical Clinic, Byers Peak Family Medicine and City Market are now offering Pfizer vaccines for ages 5-11.
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Other Trusted Resources
Do you want more information from other trusted resources? Click the logos below to explore these health experts’ websites for information about getting tested, how to keep others safe if you should get COVID-19, answers to common questions, plus more.
Understanding the Science about COVID-19
Science is based on data and scientists are constantly testing questions. Science-based data can change as scientists learn more about a specific subject, like COVID-19. Science-based evidence is important to help us understand how a disease works, why it works, and what works to prevent it.
Learn more about the science below.