Policy Priorities & Positions
Immunize Colorado policies and position statements are approved by our board of directors annually and reflect our organization's position on key immunization issues.
Public Policy Priorities
Effective public policy is one of the best ways to ensure all Coloradans are fully immunized. That's why Immunize Colorado convenes diverse partners—parents, healthcare professionals, public health officials, business leaders, childcare and school administrators and community members—to help develop our policy priorities.
In 2022-23, the Immunize Colorado Policy Committee recommends the following priorities:
- Review the implementation of Colorado Senate Bill 20-163, School Entry Immunizations, which was passed into law in 2020
- Explore strategies to address the recent overall decrease in routine childhood vaccinations
- Explore nontraditional strategies for delivering COVID-19 and routine immunizations to BIPOC and other underserved communities
Anyone can be an advocate for pro-vaccine policy in Colorado.
Whether it’s through talking to a fellow parent on the playground or contacting an elected official, we can all promote effective public health policies that work to keep Colorado communities healthy.