COVID-19 Vaccine Update (as of April 6, 2021)

Great news! As of Friday, April 2nd, all Coloradans age 16 and older are eligible to receive the Covid-19 vaccine! (Right now, only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for 16+. You must be 18+ to receive the Johnson & Johnson and Moderna vaccines.)

With so many now eligible, lists will get full off and on for the foreseeable future. When this happens, that provider will put a hold on new reservations and will reopen when they receive a new shipment. If you don’t get an appointment the first time, try again. Keep trying!

Everyone who wants a vaccine WILL get a vaccine! If you or someone you know hasn’t been scheduled, we’ve listed the options we are aware of below

🚗 If you need a ride to get your vaccine, call A Little Help, who is providing support for this need, at 970-541-9877

📞 If you have tech challenges or otherwise are struggling to get this figured out, please call the Larimer County Joint Information Center at 970-498-5500 (Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm). If you are still having trouble navigating the vaccine registration process, please do not hesitate to reach out for assistance by calling us at Foothills Unitarian. Our phone number is 970-493-5906.

Where To Register for the Vaccine

VOLUNTEER & GET A VACCINE APPOINTMENT – FEMA has set up a POD (Point of Distribution) at The Ranch to aid in the COVID-19 vaccination process. Volunteers are needed Monday through Saturday to help with this effort and will be assisting with traffic control, greeting, observation, and some administrative assistance. It is set up so that you can maintain a 6-foot distance from the individuals, who will remain in their vehicles. Masks are required and you will be given screening questions and instructions in advance. Lunch is provided. You are eligible to receive a vaccine after you complete two shiftsClick HERE to learn more and sign up to volunteer!

Making Vaccine Access More Equitable in Larimer County

As Rev. Gretchen explains in the video above, more work to improve equity in accessing the Covid-19 vaccine is needed right here in Larimer County. In addition to helping coordinate the Vaccine Equity Coalition (learn more about that work here), Foothills has raised over $4,000 of our $5,000 goal to support making the vaccine more accessible in our local BIPOC and Latinx communities. Your gifts between now and Friday, which will be split 50/50 between Foothills Unitarian and the Vaccine Equity Coalition, will help us reach that goal! Click the “Share the Plate” button below to donate ⬇️ 

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