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Posted on: October 5, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Upcoming COVID19 Vaccine Clinics - Plus New Bailey Location

Upcoming Vaccine Clinics

Upcoming COVID19 Vaccine Clinics, Plus New Location in Bailey 

Park County, Colo. – There are a number of upcoming vaccine clinics in Park County in the coming weeks. Each clinic will offer Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines for first, second and third doses. Appointments are available and encouraged but walk-ins are also welcome! Please note, the Thursday clinic in Bailey has moved indoors due to the inclement weather forecast and will take place at the Bailey Public Library, downstairs in the Community Room. Please enter through the lower level.  

  • Oct. 14 - UPDATE!  New location: Bailey Library - Community Room, 350 Bulldogger Rd, Bailey, CO 80421. Enter through the lower level. Noon – 6 PM. Register here.
  • Oct. 16 - Fairplay Park County Gov't Office, 856 Castello Ave. Fairplay, CO 80440 10 AM - 4 PM.  Register here.
  • Oct. 16 - 9Health Fair, Platte Canyon High School, Bailey CO 80421 Visit Fair site for details and registration
  • Oct. 21 - St. Mary of the Rockies, 236 Bulldogger Road Bailey CO 80421 Noon – 6 PM. Register here. 
  • Oct 23 -  Lake George Fire District, 8951 Co Rd 90, Lake George, CO 80827 9 - 11 AM. Register here.
  • Oct. 23 - Guffey - Southern Park County Fire District 1745 Co Rd 102, Guffey, CO 80820 3 - 5 PM. Register here.

In addition, the state continues to operate four large community clinics at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Aurora Municipal Center, Southwest Plaza in Littleton, and Chapel Hills Mall in Colorado Springs. The sites will remain open until further notice. Although appointments are not required, registration links are listed below for all sites can be found at

For details on vaccine clinics, eligibility for a booster dose and other inquiries, please visit the COVID19 vaccine webpage and continue to visit Park County's COVID19 website for additional COVID19 resources. 


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