How Coloradans 70 and older can get a COVID-19 vaccine
Colorado health systems and hospitals are beginning to allow people 70 and older — who are at the highest risk from COVID-19 — to sign up to receive vaccines, state officials announced Wednesday. Older residents, along with essential workers, were added to the next stage of vaccine distribution, Phase 1B, last week. But since then, there has been confusion over how and when those people will be inoculated. To help, the Colorado health department has divided up which providers will administer the shots to certain groups in the next phase of distribution.
Source: Denver Post