Implications of Ending the COVID-19 Health Emergency Declaration
The end of the public health emergency declaration does not change the importance of COVID-19 vaccines and boosters in protecting individuals and communities from the spread of the virus. COVID-19 vaccines and boosters will continue to be available and recommended by health officials. However, the end of the emergency declaration may affect the availability and cost of COVID-19 services, as some emergency measures providing free COVID-19 services may be lifted.
Therefore, it is important for individuals to get vaccinated or boosted as soon as possible, to avoid any potential costs associated with getting the vaccine or booster.
Book your COVID-19 vaccine or booster today and help keep your community safe. It's easy, safe, and effective - so don't wait, get vaccinated today.
COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are available at Denver Health. You can schedule a booster shot by selecting “Immunization” as your reason for visit in MyChart.
Call 303-436-7000 to Schedule
If you are unable to self-schedule a vaccine appointment online, call 303-436-7000 for call center scheduling. Due to high demand there may be a significant wait. Please schedule online if you are unable to make an appointment by phone.
Call Center hours:
Monday – Friday: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility
Currently, all Coloradans aged 6 months and over are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Everyone is eligible for COVID-19 services, no matter their immigration status. A Social Security Number and/or government ID may be requested, but is NOT required to get a vaccine.
The Covid-19 vaccine is free through May 11, 2023– no out of pocket costs or co-pays will be collected. However, a patient’s insurance may be billed the administration fee for the vaccination. Please note, that current insurance information, if not up to date in your MyChart account, will be collected and your insurance may be billed accordingly.
Booster shots are now available for individuals aged 6 months and over who have completed their primary series and are at least 2 months from their last dose.
Any individual who received a one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccination, may also receive a booster shot at least two months after their first shot.
Read Our Booster Shot FAQ (Preguntas frecuentes sobre la vacuna y el refuerzo para COVID-19)
Please bring your COVID-19 CDC vaccination card. If you do not have your card you can access your vaccination record through your Denver Health MyChart account or by downloading the MyColorado app.
Schedule COVID-19 Vaccines for Children Online
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended and approved the use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children.
Denver Health offers children's vaccinations at our Family Health Centers, our School Based Health Centers, and The Immunization and Travel Clinic at Denver Health's main campus. To learn more about vaccinations for children, visit our vaccination FAQ page.
Schedule a children's vaccine appointment using the link below. Appointments may also be schedule by phone (see below) or through your child's MyChart account.
Alternative Community Vaccination Resources
If you are not able to schedule an appointment with Denver Health, we encourage you to utilize the following resources:
- Where Can You Get Vaccinated on Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment's website
- Call CDC’s vaccine hotline at 1-800-232-0233
Thank you for doing your part to keep yourself and your community safe.