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COVID Vaccine Clinic: 4/2/2021

April 2

On Friday, April 2, 2021, Delta Health is hosting a Pfizer vaccine for people in the 1B.4 group. The clinic is being held in the Delta Health Oncology building located at 1501 E 3rd Street in Delta, Colorado. The second dose will be on April 23, 2021.
Please click the button below to sign-up online for the vaccine clinic. By appointment only.

SIGN UP ONLINE: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c48abae2aa4fbc34-covid1

Phase 1B.4 Criteria:

People age 50 and older, frontline workers, people with high risk conditions, and the continuation of operations for state government and continuity of local government:

  • People age 50 and older .
  • Frontline workers in the following fields:
    • Higher education: The intent of this classification is to prioritize current educators who work in close contact with many people especially indoors, including all student-facing staff in community colleges and colleges. Student-facing staff includes instructors, professors, vocational educators and staff providing safety and other support services offered inside the school.
    • Food / restaurant services: The intent of this classification is to prioritize current workers who cannot maintain physical distance from others at their place of employment, who work in close contact with many people, especially indoors, including but not limited to restaurant cooks, dishwashers, servers, and other workers in restaurant settings; and food pantry / assistance workers.
    • Manufacturing: The intent of this classification is to prioritize workers in manufacturing settings who cannot maintain physical distance from others at their place of employment and workers who work in close contact with many people, especially indoors and in places with poor ventilation.
    • US postal service: The intent of this classification is to prioritize current workers who work for the US postal service in positions where they cannot maintain physical distance at work and work in close contact with many people, especially indoors. This includes post office clerks and mail sorters.
    • Public transit and specialized transportation: The intent of this classification is to prioritize current workers in public transit and who have specialized transportation staff who cannot maintain physical distance from others at their place of employment, workers who work in close contact with many people especially indoors including but not limited to bus drivers, specialized transportation staff who work in our tunnels, specialized transportation staff such as air traffic controllers, train conductors, pilots, and airline stewards.
    • Public health: The intent of this classification is to prioritize current workers in governmental public health agencies with public facing duties and heightened risk of exposure. This includes public health and environment staff, including inspectors, engaged in direct public health service delivery.
    • Human service workers: The intent of this classification is to prioritize current workers who cannot maintain physical distance at their place of employment in the course of their work, such as those who work in close contact with other people, especially indoors. This includes but is not limited to social workers, community health workers, those who work in client homes, in community locations, and at human services work locations, and others who provide direct or in-person services to elderly and disabled populations, at domestic violence advocacy organizations, or in-person resource providers.
    • Faith leaders: The intent of this classification is to prioritize those who in the course of leading faith services cannot easily maintain physical distance and must come into close contact with other people indoors. This includes current faith leaders who must enter hospitals or other care facilities to perform last rites, who officiate life rites such as weddings and baptisms, and who lead worship services.
    • Direct care providers for Coloradans experiencing homelessness: The intent of this classification is to prioritize workers who work in close contact with many other people, especially indoors, including but not limited to those who work and provide direct services in shelters for people experiencing homelessness.
    • Journalists: The intent of this classification is to prioritize journalists who in the course of their work cannot easily maintain physical distance and come into contact with the public in the course of their work while conducting interviews or covering live events, especially indoors.
  • Continuity of local government: The intent of this classification is to ensure the continuity of county, municipal and other local governments. It includes select executives of those governments and a limited amount of essential support staff needed to provide for continuity of government, including members of the judicial branch who regularly come into contact with the public (eg state and county court trial judges, court administrators, public defenders and probation staff.)
  • Continuation of operations for state government: The intent of this classification is to ensure the continuity of essential state government services. It includes select staff needed to deliver essential services to the people of Colorado, as identified in the agencies’ continuity of operations plans.
  • People age 16 to 49 with one of the following higher risk conditions: The intent of this classification is to vaccinate Coloradans who have risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19. It includes Coloradans with:
    •  Asthma (moderate to severe)
    • Cancer (if you are currently receiving treatment or have received treatment within the last month)
    • Cerebrovascular disease (affects blood vessels and blood supply to the brain)
    • Chronic kidney disease
    • COPD
    • Cystic fibrosis
    • Diabetes (type 1 and 2)
    • Disabilities that require direct care at home
    • Disabilities that prevent mask-wearing
    • Down syndrome
    • Heart failure, cardiomyopathies or coronary heart disease, or severe valvular / congenital heart disease
    • HIV
    • Hypertension / high blood pressure
    • Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from a blood or bone marrow transplant
    • Immune deficiency
    • Liver disease
    • Neurologic conditions (such as dementia)
    • Obesity (BMI of 30 or more)
    • Pregnancy
    • Pulmonary fibrosis (damaged or scarred lung tissues)
    • Sickle cell disease
    • Solid organ transplant
    • Thalassemia (a type of blood disorder)
    • Use of corticosteroids or other immune-weakening medicines
  • Adults who received a placebo during a COVID-19 vaccine clinical trial.

 

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April 2
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Delta Health
Phone:
(970) 874-7681
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Venue

Delta Health
150 l E 3rd St
Delta, CO 81416 United States
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(970) 874-7681
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