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Vaccines are one of the most effective ways of preventing serious illness or hospitalization from respiratory illnesses. In addition to annual flu vaccines, the updated COVID-19 vaccine and RSV vaccines are now available. Learn more about who is eligible for vaccines and how to stay up-to-date with your vaccines.

If you have questions about obtaining a COVID vaccine in Colorado, call COHELP at 303-389-1687 or 877-462-2911. Vaccine information is also available from CDPHE’s COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ. Dial 2-1-1 or visit 211Colorado for information about resources in the community.

Learn how to stay up-to-date with your COVID vaccines from the CDC.

Vaccine Information

Getting your annual flu vaccine and staying up-to-date with your COVID vaccines help prevent severe illness or hospitalization. Locate a flu vaccine or COVID vaccine near you. RSV vaccines are now available for older adults and pregnant women. Infants and toddlers can also receive monoclonal antibody treatment to protect against RSV. Ask your healthcare provider if you or a family member are eligible for these products to prevent RSV. Coloradans can continue to keep up to date on their vaccinations by visiting their primary care providers, retail pharmacies, or one of hundreds of vaccine providers.

Updated COVID-19 Vaccine

To learn if a COVID-19 vaccine is appropriate for your age, past vaccination history, and medical history, visit the CDC’s Stay Up to Date with COVID-19 Vaccines resources.

Updated COVID-19 monovalent vaccines targeting the Omicron variant have been approved and will be available in the fall of 2023. CDC recommends that everyone age 6 months and older receive this updated COVID-19 vaccine.

COVID-19 Vaccines During Pregnancy

It is safe and effective for women to receive a COVID-19 vaccine during pregnancy and while breastfeeding. Vaccination can also protect the newborn or infant who isn’t yet able to receive the vaccine.

If you would like to speak to someone about COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy, MotherToBaby provides experts to answer questions in English or Spanish. This service is free and confidential. To reach MotherToBaby:

  • Call 1-866-626-6847
  • Chat live or send an email MotherToBaby

Flu Vaccines

Learn more about influenza and how to get a flu vaccine.

RSV Vaccines

Two RSV vaccines have been approved for older adults, one of which is also approved for use in pregnant women. Older adults should speak to a healthcare provider to determine if an RSV vaccine is needed based on their health history and risk of severe illness. Pregnant women who receive the RSV vaccine provide protection for their newborn infant during the first months of life.

Monoclonal antibody therapy to protect against RSV infection has also been approved for infants and toddlers, which acts similar to a vaccine to prevent against RSV infection. All infants age 9 months or younger at the start of the RSV season are recommended to receive this therapy, and children at increased risk of severe illness up to age 19 months may also be eligible. Check with your infant’s doctor to learn more about the RSV monoclonal antibody therapy.

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