Colorado Governor Polis Partners with Community-Based Organizations, Hosts Clinics as Part of Vaccines for All Plan
DENVER, CO (STL.News) As part of Governor Jared Polis’ Vaccines for All plan, the State of Colorado is allocating vaccines to community-based organizations across the state to host a total of 26 vaccination clinics between Friday, March 5 – Thursday, March 11, 2021. These clinics will focus on vaccinating underserved Coloradans and span a variety of diverse communities.
“Colorado is getting shots into arms and protecting more and more Coloradans from this deadly virus. Every week, my administration is partnering with numerous vaccine clinics across the state that are dedicated to vaccinating our difficult-to-reach communities and meeting people where they are at. Together, we can get back to the Colorado we love,” said Governor Jared Polis.
Each of the following clinics are not accepting walk-in appointments. You must have an appointment to attend.
FRIDAY, MARCH 5
Colorado Ethiopian Community
“The Covid-19 impact on Ethiopian Community was huge; most of our community members are working on health, transport and Service givers fields. Beyond the pandemics, the Covid-19 contribute a lot to some of the community members income and jobs losses.