Every Eagle County resident is currently eligible to register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Residents are defined as those with a permanent mailing or physical address within Eagle County or Colorado, who have resided there for greater than 30 days, and who will be present for 30 days past their first dose of vaccine to receive a second dose; or, those who own property in Eagle County, who have resided there for greater than 30 days prior to receiving the vaccine, and who will be present for 30 days past their first dose of the vaccine to receive a second dose.
Now that I am eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, what do I do?
How were phases for the COVID-19 vaccine decided?
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has outlined very strict guidelines that have to be followed. To better understand where you may fall in their distribution plan please visit their COVID-19 Vaccine page. We are unable to make any exceptions to the state’s guidelines. Please note that the federal guidelines could differ from the states, we are bound to follow the state’s guidelines.
Other Helpful Information
Vaccine manufacturers for each day's clinic will be listed in the online sign up.
If you receive the Pfizer vaccine you must be available 21 days later to receive your booster.
If you receive the Moderna vaccine you must be available 28 days later to receive your booster.
There is no charge for the vaccine itself, whether you have insurance or not. If you sign up for a clinic at Vail Health Hospital, they will ask for you to bring your insurance card if you have one so that they may bill for the vaccine administration (staffing, supplies, etc.). If your insurance will not cover it, this cost will not be passed on to you.
If no appointments are available that means we are fully booked for that clinic day/location. Check back periodically as we are allocated more vaccines and schedule additional clinics.