Community testing, vaccine, and monoclonal antibody sites closing or on delayed start for December 15, 2021

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STATEWIDE (December 14, 2021): Multiple state-managed and partner community testing, vaccine, and monoclonal antibody sites will be closed or on a delayed start Wednesday, Dec. 15, due to the high wind warning and/or winter weather advisory

 

Testing Sites:
 

Closed:

  • 16th Street Mall, Denver

  • Chapman Park, Monte Vista

  • La Veta High School, La Veta

  • Lincoln County Public Health, Hugo

  • Saguache Community Building, Saguache

  • Walensburg Train Depot, Walsenberg

 

Delayed, opening at 10 a.m.:

  • Aims Community College, Greeley

  • All City Stadium, Denver

  • Aurora Public Schools Professional Learning Office and Conference Center, Aurora

  • Centaurus High School, Lafayette

  • Clayton Early Learning Center, Denver

  • Clear Creek Valley Park, Arvada

  • Colorado School of Mines, Golden

  • Crossroads Community Center, Northglenn

  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College, Denver

  • Echo Park Stadium, Parker

  • Fort Lewis College, Durango

  • Fort Morgan - Lincoln Street, Fort Morgan

  • George Washington High School, Denver

  • Instructional Support Facility, Aurora

  • Jefferson County Fairgrounds, Golden

  • Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy, Denver

  • La Plata Fairgrounds, Durango

  • Littleton Park and Walk, Littleton

  • Our Lady Mother of the Church, Commerce City

  • Pagosa Springs Medical Center, Pagosa Springs

  • Red Rocks Community College, Lakewood

  • Riverdale Regional Park, Brighton

  • Rocky Mountain Prep, Denver

  • Saint Vrain Valley School District Innovation Center, Longmont

  • SOAR Academy, Englewood

  • Southwest Plaza, Littleton

  • Wiggins Community Church, Wiggins

All patients with appointments are being provided information about rescheduling. There are numerous state-sponsored community testing sites across the state, as well as dozens of locations offered by private providers. They are free, convenient, and do not require identification or insurance.Visit covid19.colorado.gov/testing for a list of locations. As the weather conditions evolve throughout the day, additional community testing sites may be required to close. We will update the website accordingly. 

Mobile Vaccine Clinics:
 

Closed:
 

  • Bill Reed Elementary, Loveland

  • Centennial Elementary, Broomfield

  • Children's Hospital Colorado (North Campus), Broomfield

  • Children's Hospital Colorado (South Campus), Highlands Ranch

  • Durango Transit Center, Durango

  • English in Action parking lot, El Jebel

  • Kroenke Sports & Entertainment Ball Arena parking lot, Denver

  • Monarch Casino parking lot, Black Hawk

  • North Conejos School District parking lot, La Jara

  • North Railroad (parking lot off of East Main Street), Buena Vista

  • Olander Elementary School, Fort Collins

  • Tavelli Elementary, Fort Collins

  • Walmart Supercenter, Montrose

  • Ward Intermediate School (Crowley Middle School), Ordway 

  • Woodruff Memorial Library, La Junta

 
All patients that had appointments scheduled are being notified. For help finding or scheduling an alternate appointment, call 1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926) or visit covid19.colorado.gov/vaccinefinder.

Mobile Monoclonal Antibody Clinics:
 

Closed:
 

  • Alamosa, 97 Stadium Dr.

  • Canon City, 201 N 6th St.

  • Colorado Springs, 750 Citadel Dr.

  • Craig, 1111 W Victory Way

  • Denver, 5075 Lincoln St.

  • Durango, 2500 Main Ave.

  • Grand Junction, 2938 North Ave.

  • Trinidad, 412 Benedicta Ave.

 CDPHE is reaching out to all patients with appointments scheduled directly to reschedule them for treatment. Alternate sites for monoclonal antibody treatments are listed at covid19.colorado.gov/treatments. For more information about monoclonal antibody treatments, call our hotline at 1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926). The hotline is available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. MT.

Coloradans’ health and safety is our number one priority and we apologize for any inconvenience caused as a result of these cancellations and delays. Continue to stay up to date by visiting covid19.colorado.gov.
 

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