Colorado is moving COVID vaccines from community sites back to doctors’ offices and pharmacies

March 21, 2022

Colorado will soon phase out state-run COVID-19 vaccination sites and instead shift vaccine distribution to traditional health care settings. 

The move is part of the Roadmap to Moving Forward, the state’s new plan as the omicron wave rolls out. State-run clinics where many received their first doses of the vaccine — such as mall parking lots, community centers and churches — will close by the end of the month. 

Read more at CPR News.

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