How to get a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Colorado

Providers distributing COVID-19 vaccines have created hotlines for people without internet access to call to schedule appointments. The state is still in Phase 1 of vaccine distribution, so only health care workers, first responders, long-term care staff and residents, and people 70 and older can get the vaccines.

Health systems are scheduling appointments for both patients and non-patients. Supply is still very limited so hospitals and other providers are creating waitlists.

The state has a hotline to help people who have trouble signing up for the vaccine: 877-268-2926 (CO-VAX-CO).

Here are the numbers to call to schedule an appointment with major health care providers:

  • Centura Health: 866-414-1562 or centura.org/vaccine
  • Denver Health:303-436-7000 or denverhealth.org/covidvaccine
  • Kaiser Permanente: 1-844-951-1932 or kp.org/covidvaccine
  • UCHealth: 720-462-2255 or uchealth.org/covidvaccine

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