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COVID-19 VACCINE

Free | Safe | Accessible to all

 

WHERE CAN I GET THE VACCINE?

Vaccines are now available in many locations. You can click on the links below for information on where to get a vaccine in each county. To find a location over the phone anywhere in Colorado, call 1-877-268-2926.

Boosters can also be given at any community clinic where the vaccine is available. 

Voces Unidas is no longer doing community clinics since the vaccine is more readily available now. 

Click on any of the above links to learn more about where to get the vaccine, by county.

 
 
 

VACCINE EQUITY

Voces Unidas is committed to ensuring that Latinos have equitable access to the vaccine. 

Our advocacy started April 2020 to make sure that Latinos were not being left behind during the response and recovery efforts of COVID-19.

In addition to advocacy, we have also modeled how response and recovery efforts should be done in our community for our community. 

Our temporary promotora program has been assisting individuals with scheduling appointments at local hospitals and clinics to show that if we reduce language and technology barriers Latinos will be vaccinated.

We have also rolled up our sleeves as an organization to model how vaccine clinics should be executed for our community. We have administered 2,382 doses in our own community clinics. We stopped doing vaccine clinics in June 2021 because the vaccine became readily available. 

Lastly, Voces Unidas has launched a Spanish radio campaign to promote vaccine safety and increase Latino participation in the vaccination program.


 

PAST VOCES UNIDAS MOBILE CLINICS

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30

Glenwood Springs

Priority group includes Latinos 70 years old or over, community-based health care workers and other categories in phase 1A and 1B. Second dose will be given on Feb. 27.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27

Second dose for those who took first dose on Jan. 30.

Glenwood Springs

SATURDAY, MARCH 13

Open for first dose. Drive thru clinic.

Glenwood Springs

THURSDAY, MARCH 25

Clinic with our partner, MIRA BUS.

El Jebel

SATURDAY, APRIL 3

Clinic for essential workers. Johnson and Johnson single dose.

Dillon

THURSDAY, APRIL 8

Johnson and Johnson single dose. Clinic with our partner, MIRA Bus.

Gypsum

SATURDAY, APRIL 10

Second dose only.

Glenwood Springs

THURSDAY, APRIL 22

Second dose only. Clinic with our partner, MIRA BUS.

El Jebel

SATURDAY, MAY 1

Special clinic for essential workers. In partnership with employers. Moderna.

Small clinic

THURSDAY, MAY 20

Second dose only. Moderna.

El Jebel

SATURDAY, MAY 29

Special clinic for essential workers. In partnership with employers. Moderna.

Small clinic

Voces Unidas does not have any more large community clinics scheduled because the vaccine is now available everywhere.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

WHERE CAN I GET VACCINATED?

Vaccines are now available in many locations. Pharmacies in grocery stores have the vaccine. Local clinics and hospitals have vaccine. Local governments are also hosting vaccination clinics. To find a location over the phone anywhere in Colorado, call 1-877-268-2926.

CAN I GET THE VACCINE AT A VOCES UNIDAS CLINIC?

Voces Unidas hosted many vaccine clinics from January through June to add more points of access for the Latino community. However, now that the vaccine is available in more places, Voces Unidas is referring members of the community to the available clinics in the community. The vaccine is now available at local pharmacies, medical clinics and hospitals. Also, local governments are hosting clinics throughout the community.

To find a location over the phone anywhere in Colorado, call 1-877-268-2926.

WILL VOCES UNIDAS BE OFFERING BOOSTER SHOTS?

No. Since Voces Unidas is not a healthcare company, we are not offering booster shots directly. We encourage everyone who has been vaccinated to get a booster shot at any community clinic where the vaccine is available.

IS THE VACCINE FREE?

Yes. The vaccine is free of charge.

WILL MY IMMIGRATION STATUS DETERMINE IF I CAN RECEIVE THE COVID-19 VACCINE?

No, anyone who lives in Colorado can get the vaccine, regardless of immigration status.

WHAT IDENTIFICATION DO I NEED TO BRING WITH ME?

None. ID is not required. You will be asked to provide basic information like name, date of birth and address. But you do not need to bring an ID.

HOW MANY SHOTS DO I NEED FOR THE VACCINE TO WORK?

Moderna and Pfizer both require two shots; Pfizer vaccine requires shots 21 days apart and Moderna vaccine requires shots 28 days apart. Johnson and Johnson is a single shot vaccine.

Voces Unidas uses Moderna and Johnson and Johnson.