Call Now to Schedule a COVID Vaccine Appointment

To make an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccination, please call the Larimer County Department of Health & Environment at 970-498-6700 during business hours. For after hours appointment requests, please complete this form.

If all slots are full, please check back soon. 

For general questions about COVID-19, please call 970-498-5500. 

Individuals ages 5 and older are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccine appointments are required and walk-ins cannot be guaranteed. 
To schedule an appointment please call 970-498-6700. Appointments must be made over the phone.

Individuals who are 5-17  may receive the Pfizer COVID vaccine and must have parent or guardian consent to be vaccinated. Teens registered ahead of time for an appointment may arrive without a parent or guardian present to be vaccinated. 

LCDHE COVID Vaccine Clinics

Signing up for an appointment is required to guarantee that you will be able to be vaccinated and to reduce the time needed for your vaccine visit.  

Upcoming Clinics: (Schedule subject to change)

Date Vaccine Time Location
Monday, May 16th Moderna, Pfizer, Child (ages 5-11) Pfizer 8am-4pm Larimer County Health: 200 Peridot Ave, Loveland
Tuesday, May 17th Moderna, Pfizer, Child (ages 5-11) Pfizer 10am-5:30pm Larimer County Health: 1525 Blue Spruce Dr, Fort Collins
Wednesday, May 18th Moderna, Pfizer, Child (ages 5-11) Pfizer 8:15am-4pm Larimer County Health: 200 Peridot Ave, Loveland
Thursday, May 19th Moderna, Pfizer, Child (ages 5-11) Pfizer 8am-12pm Larimer County Health: 1525 Blue Spruce Dr, Fort Collins
Friday, May 20th Moderna, Pfizer, Child (ages 5-11) Pfizer 8:00am-4pm Larimer County Health: 1525 Blue Spruce Dr, Fort Collins

Want to be contacted about COVID vaccine updates?

If you would like to sign up to receive updates via email or text about COVID vaccines, additional doses, and boosters, please complete this form.

COVID-19 Vaccines Recommended for Kids Ages 5-11

The CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices’ (ACIP) recommended that children ages 5 to 11 years old be vaccinated against COVID-19. The Pfizer-BioNTech pediatric vaccine is safe and provides a strong immune response for children ages 5 to 11. COVID-19 vaccines have undergone – and will continue to undergo – the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history.

LCDHE offers COVID-19 vaccines to 5–11-year-olds at clinic locations in Loveland and Fort Collins during special hours dedicated to vaccinating this age group. Parents and guardians can make an appointment for their child by calling 970-498-6700.

We understand that parents and guardians may have questions about this vaccine for their children. We encourage parents and guardians to talk with their healthcare providers about vaccination and review information from reliable sources about the vaccine for this age group. 

Information and resources for parents and families:

Local Vaccine Providers for Kids Ages 5-11

Provider Website Call
Larimer County Department of Health and Environment Book appointment online 970-498-6700


Book appointment online  

Kaiser Permanente

Loveland Medical Office 
4901 Thompson Pkwy #1
Loveland, CO 80534
Fort Collins Kaiser Permanente
2950 E. Harmony Road #190
Fort Collins, CO
Book appointment by calling 1-800-218-1059  
King Soopers Pharmacies (certain locations only) Book appointment online Varies by location
Walgreens (certain locations only) Book appointment online Varies by location
The Youth Clinic Website 970-267-9510
Pediatric Associates of Northern Colorado Website 970-484-4871

Get Vaccinated and Stay Up to Date

Everyone 5 years and older is recommended to receive a primary series of a COVID-19 vaccine to be considered fully vaccinated.

For children 5 years through 17 years of age, a primary series consists of 2 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. For those who are 18 and older, a primary series consists of:

Pfizer or Moderna (COVID-19 mRNA vaccines) are preferred. You may get Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine if needed.

Booster Information

All individuals who are 12 and older should receive a booster.

Vaccine you received: Who should get a booster: When to get a booster: Which booster can you get:
Pfizer Everyone 12 years and older At least 5 months after getting your second dose

Teens 12-17: Pfizer

Those 18 and older: Pfizer or Moderna are preferred.

J&J is also available if needed.

Moderna Adults 18 and older At least 5 months after getting your second dose

Pfizer or Moderna are preferred.

J&J is also available if needed.

J&J Adults 18 and older At least 2 months after getting your original dose

Pfizer or Moderna are preferred.

J&J is also available if needed.


Appointments are now available for COVID-19 boosters for those who are eligible.

Additional Doses: Moderna and Pfizer

The FDA and and CDC have authorized an additional dose of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines for those who are age 5 and older who have moderate to severely compromised immune systems. 

The additional doses should be given no sooner than 28 days after receiving a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna.

Individuals with the following conditions are currently eligible to receive a third dose: 

  • Been receiving active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood.
  • Received an organ transplant and are taking medicine to suppress the immune system.
  • Received a stem cell transplant within the last two years or are taking medicine to suppress the immune system.
  • Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome).
  • Advanced or untreated HIV infection.
  • Active treatment with high-dose corticosteroids or other drugs that may suppress your immune response.

There are many ways to get documentation of your COVID-19 vaccine record. 

  • If you were vaccinated in Colorado, your COVID-19 vaccine record is likely available in the Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS). You can access your Colorado immunization record through the CIIS public portal.
  • If your COVID-19 record is in CIIS, you can get an electronic version of your vaccine card via the myColorado app if you have a state-issued ID card or driver’s license.
  • You can also request an official copy of your CIIS record for yourself or your minor child by completing this form. The records can be emailed via encrypted email as a PDF attachment, mailed, or picked up at our Fort Collins office.
  • To request a replacement of your damaged or lost COVID-19 vaccine card, please complete this form. To replace your card, we will need to verify your immunization record in our record system or in the Colorado Immunization Information System (CIIS). Please be sure that your information is entered accurately so that we can process your request.
    • Due to high demand, replacement cards may take up to 2 weeks to be available after a request is submitted.

If your vaccine record is inaccurate, contact the vaccine provider you were vaccinated by first. They are in the best position to correct your record. If you are unable to contact the vaccine provider who vaccinated you, contact CIIS at cdphe.ciis@state.co.us or by calling 1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926).

Larimer County COVID-19 Vaccine Providers

Many grocery store pharmacies are offering free COVID-19 vaccines without an appointment. This includes most King Soopers, Walgreens, Costco, Safeway, and Walmart pharmacies.

In addition to the locations listed below, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment provides a resource page to help find out where you can get vaccinated

Provider Website
Information about UCHealth’s vaccine appointment are available at uchealth.org/covidvaccine.  For assistance over the phone, please call UCHealth at 720-462-2255.
Health District of Northern Larimer County Please check the Health District's website for information.
Salud Family Health Please check Salud's website for updates.
Sunrise Community Health Please check Sunrise's website for updates.
Fort Collins Youth Clinic Please check the Youth Clinic's website for updates.
Kaiser Permanente
Loveland Medical Office
4901 Thompson Pkwy #1
Loveland, CO
Fort Collins Kaiser Permanente
2950 E. Harmony Road #190
Fort Collins, CO
Book appointment by calling 1-800-218-1059 (members and non-members)
Certain Walgreens Locations Please check their website for updates and appointments.
Certain King Soopers Locations Please check their website for updates and appointments.
Pediatric Associates of Northern Colordado Please check their website for updates and appointments.
Walmart Pharmacies Please check their website for updates and appointments.
Transportation to and from your vaccine appointment is available. Please contact the provider you will be seeing for your vaccine appointment to connect with available transportation services.

Things to Know about the COVID-19 Vaccine

  1. Vaccine appointments are open to the general public ages 5 and older.
    • 5-17 year olds are only able to get the Pfizer vaccine at this time. 
  2. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.
    • Vaccines are rigorously studied to ensure that all vaccines are as safe as possible before being approved and are continuously studied afterward.
    • Once someone is fully vaccinated, COVID-19 vaccines are 95% effective in preventing infection with the virus.
  3. You won't be protected right away.
    • The Moderna and Pfizer vaccines require 2 doses spaced about a month apart to get full protection.
      • It takes about 1-2 weeks for the vaccine to create immunity in the body once someone gets the last dose of the vaccine.
    • The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a one-dose vaccine and it takes 1-2 weeks for the vaccine to create immunity after getting the shot.
    • Booster doses are recommended for everyone age 16 and older. The protection provided by the vaccine can decline over time and booster doses help increase that immune protection after the initial series.
  4. COVID vaccines are free.
    • The cost to you for the vaccine is free.


  1. Larimer County coordinates with local organizations to ensure resources are available to assist with public health volunteer needs. You can also register as a volunteer with these Colorado organizations. 

    • Medical and health professions: The Colorado Volunteer Mobilizer is currently working to recruit and train individuals from the following areas: Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Respiratory Therapists, EMT/Paramedics, Behavioral/Mental Health and Veterinary/animal response to name a few, to respond to "all-hazards" incidents.
    • Non-medical volunteers: Please sign up with Volunteers of America Colorado to be contacted to volunteer at community vaccination sites in Larimer County. 
    • Non-medical volunteers can sign up here with the Larimer County Health Department to be contacted if volunteers are needed for other COVID-19 response activities in Larimer County.
    • Register to volunteer to help in Colorado through the Colorado Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management, Department of Public Safety. 
    • The FDA requires that vaccines undergo a rigorous scientific process, including three phases of clinical trials, before they authorize or approve a vaccine. The COVID-19 vaccines are subject to the same safety standards as other vaccine trials. 

    • To date, the independent Data and Safety Monitoring Board overseeing Phase 3 trials of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines has not identified or reported any serious safety concerns. All phase 3 studies have Data Safety and Monitoring Boards. The boards are made up of independent scientists hired by the company to look at the safety data and check at regular intervals whether the company should cancel or continue with the study.  

    • Additionally, two independent advisory committees will review a vaccine’s safety data before it is made available to the public. These committees are the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee (VRBPAC), which advises the FDA, and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), which advises the CDC. 

    • Learn more about the Vaccine safety and development process.

  2. You will not be immediately protected from COVID-19 when you first receive the vaccine. Studies show that it takes about two weeks after your last dose of the initial vaccine series for your body to be able to protect itself against illness.  For booster doses, a person is considered protected and "up-to-date" with their vaccination immediately after receiving the booster. 

    Current information suggests it is possible that someone who has been vaccinated against COVID-19 may still have a mild or asymptomatic infection or spread the virus to others. 

    While no vaccine is 100% effective, the Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Jonhson vaccines are highly effective for preventing severe COVID-19 illness, hospitalization, and death. 

  3. Employers may be able to require COVID-19 vaccination for in-person work for their employees, but an employee may be entitled to an exemption through the ADA and Civil Rights Act of 1964. The state of Colorado is not currently pursuing any mandates. The U.S. Equal Opportunity Commission has more information on this on their website.

  4. Feeling a little under the weather in the day or two after getting a vaccine is quite normal. Pain at the site the shot was given is common. 
    It's common to have flu-like symptoms like muscle aches, fatigue, chills, and fever after the injection. It's more common to have these symptoms after the second shot, but they can still happen after the first. These symptoms can be managed by resting, drinking lots of fluids, and taking over-the-counter medications like tylenol or ibuprofen unless your doctor has told you in the past not to take these types of medications. If the symptoms don't go away after 1-2 days, or if you have any concerns about their duration or severity, we recommend that you reach out to your physician for further guidance.

    Severe reactions are rare. If you believe you are having a serious reaction the a vaccine, please contact your healthcare provider for advice. If you would like to report an adverse (bad) reaction to a vaccine, you can do so through the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS). VAERS is an early-warning system that collects and analyzes reports of any problems that happen after vaccination. Anyone can submit a report, including parents, patients, and health care professionals.

  5. Yes. For additional FAQs, please visit the Colorado Health Department website.

  6. The AstraZeneca vaccine is not currently available in the United States.  For those who received their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine and were unable to complete the full series, the CDC recommends receiving 2 doses of an mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna). Those who will be completing their vaccine series with the mRNA vaccines should receive their first dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine no sooner than 28 days after their first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.