April 29, 2021
Park County Launches Mobile Vaccine Bus in Three Locations
Park County, Colo. – Park County Public Health is pleased to announce a new Mobile Vaccine Bus that will host weekly COVID19 vaccine clinics in three locations throughout Park county.
“Getting vaccinated will help keep you, your family, and your community healthy and safe. We are happy to offer these additional options to Park County residents,” said Lynn Ramey, Director, Park County Public Health. “At 95% efficacy, the vaccine is very effective at protecting you from the virus,” added Ramey.
The bus will offer the Pfizer clinic and therefore is available to anyone 16 and older. Please register for an appointment using the links below. The vaccine bus will be at the following locations each week until further notice:
The mobile bus provider is sponsored by the state of Colorado and Gov. Polis’ ‘Vaccines for All’ initiative and in partnership with Nomi Health, please visit nomihealth.com for more information.
Where else can I get vaccinated?
- Fairplay Area – PCPH in partnership with South Park Health Care offer a weekly clinic every Wednesday at 525 Hathaway Street, Fairplay, CO 80440. Coming soon: we will offer the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine. Please visit PCPH Vaccine Resources for details and registration information.
- Evergreen, CO - Jefferson County Public Health & New West Physicians offer a weekly clinic on Thursdays 8:30-2:30 at the Evergreen Fire Department, 1802 Bergen Parkway. Please register for an appointment by calling the Jefferson County Public Health call center at 303-239-7000 and press option 1.
Recently released data from Colorado counties suggests that vaccinations are limiting the spread of the coronavirus in the Colorado communities where they are being most accepted. On Tuesday, April 27, Dr. Rachel Herlihy, the state’s epidemiologist, said case rates are highest in locations where vaccination rates are lowest and vice versa.
The CDC also recently updated its mask guidance for fully vaccinated individuals based on growing evidence that COVID-19 vaccines are effective at preventing COVID-19 disease, especially severe illness and death.
Protect yourself and your family and consider signing up for an appointment today. If you have questions, please review the facts at COCOVIDVaccine.org.
For information about Park County’s COVID-19 Response and to access resources, please visit our website.