Second omicron boosters
People aged 65 years and older can now get a second omicron booster at least four months after their first omicron vaccine. People who are moderately or severely immunocompromised may also get a second omicron booster at least two months after their first omicron vaccine. After that, some immunocompromised people may receive additional omicron vaccines at the recommendation of their health care provider.
Second omicron boosters are available from any provider with Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. Use the map below or vaccines.gov to find an omicron booster near you.
Johnson & Johnson vaccine
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is no longer available in the United States. All remaining doses expired on May 6, 2023.
Need help making a vaccine appointment?
Call CDC’s vaccine hotline at 1-800-232-0233.
Help is available in English, Spanish, and many other languages.
There are hundreds of vaccine providers across Colorado. You can get a COVID-19 vaccine at a pharmacy, doctor’s office, or clinic near you.
The COVID-19 vaccine is free. You don’t need ID or insurance to get vaccinated. Many providers take walk-ins and same-day appointments. You are entitled to paid time off from your job to get vaccinated and recover from any side effects.
Vaccine provider map
Maroon pins = providers with vaccines for people aged 5 years and older. Click on individual pins for more information about what types of vaccine a provider has.
Orange pins = providers with vaccines for children aged 6 months through 5 years. Many of these providers also have vaccines for older children and adults. Click on individual pins for more information about what types of vaccine a provider has. Some providers, such as retail pharmacies, can only take vaccine appointments for children aged 3 years and older. Contact providers directly for more information.
Blue pins = providers with Novavax for people aged 12 years and older. Novavax is the first protein-based COVID-19 vaccine to be authorized by the FDA and recommended by the CDC. Learn more about the Novavax vaccine from CDC.
Accessibility accommodations: Some providers report the accommodations they provide. These providers are marked with wheelchair icons. Find detailed definitions of each of the accommodations listed. Providers may have accommodations available even if they are not listed on this map. Contact providers directly for more information.
You can also find an vaccine near you by:
- Visiting vaccines.gov.
- Using the PrepMod vaccine appointment finder.
- Viewing our list of vaccine providers by county.
Need a ride to your vaccine appointment?
Mile High United Way’s Ride United program provides access to free rides (up to 25 miles each way) to vaccination sites across Colorado. Dial 2-1-1 or visit 211colorado.org to learn more.
Search for a vaccine provider by county
View the list of facilities (Español) in Colorado that currently have COVID-19 vaccines. Many providers take walk-ins or same-day appointments. Contact your local provider directly for more information.
Click on the name of your county to jump to vaccine providers in that county.
For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine, call COHELP:
Help is available in multiple languages.