CDPHE pauses COVID-19 vaccination at site in El Paso County while investigating concerns about vaccine storage
REMOTE, (April 9, 2021): Today, Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) paused administration of COVID-19 vaccines at Dr. Moma Health and Wellness Clinic in El Paso County as a result of irregularities in vaccine storage and handling. CDPHE will issue a suspension to the provider for their participation in the COVID vaccination program, and they will no longer receive doses while this investigation continues.
New information and outreach campaign goes live in English and Spanish
REMOTE, (April 8, 2021): Today, the state updated its COVID-19 vaccine data dashboard to reflect the percentage of residents at least partially vaccinated or fully vaccinated by county. This new data supplements current county level data regarding doses distributed and doses administered to provide a more comprehensive snapshot of vaccination progress by county.
The two new data tabs and their definitions are:
CDPHE completes review, determines no cause for concern at Dick’s Sporting Goods Community Vaccination Site
REMOTE, (April 8, 2021): In consultation with the CDC, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has determined that there is no cause for concern surrounding Wednesday’s suspension of vaccinations at Dick’s Sporting Goods Community Vaccination Site. Out of an abundance of caution, vaccinations were temporarily paused yesterday at the site because 11 patients experienced symptoms like nausea, dizziness, and a small number fainted after receiving the vaccine.
REMOTE, (April 6, 2021): The Centers for Disease Control and Response (CDC) have notified the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) of its first COVID-19 P.1 variant cases (2) in Colorado. Public health officials originally identified the P.1 variant among travelers from Brazil arriving in Japan.
REMOTE, (April 1, 2021): Colorado is proud to announce, in collaboration with more than 1100 vaccine providers, the state has reached the one million mark of people fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. The milestone came yesterday as the state moves into Phase 2 of vaccine distribution tomorrow.