Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

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Important Updates

Effective Oct. 9, 2021: the Jefferson County Board of Health has approved Public Health Order 21-004, which requires that all individuals ages 2 and older wear a mask in all indoor spaces at all county and municipal government buildings, including at City of Lakewood facilities (masks not required at recreation centers or golf courses). The order will remain in effect until Jefferson County has experienced at least twenty-one consecutive days in CDC’s moderate or low transmission categories

 

Effective Nov. 1, 2021: the Jefferson County Board of Health has approved Public Health Order 21-005, which requires all county and municipal government workers, including City of Lakewood staff, to get tested for COVID-19 weekly or submit proof of full vaccination in order to report to work in person. The order will remain in effect until Jefferson County has experienced at least twenty-one consecutive days in CDC’s moderate or low transmission categories.

 

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Vaccination Information

Anyone over the  age of 12 is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Scroll through more details about eligibility for the vaccine.

 

Tips for Vaccine Sign-up  

Colorado Vaccine Info    JeffCo Vaccine Info

Testing Info

Deciding if you want to get a COVID-19 vaccine? Benefits and frequently asked questions

Where can I get vaccinated?

Use this webpage to help residents age 16 and older get the vaccine at a number of free locations around Jefferson County.

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment continually updates vaccine locations and links -- scroll through retailers, community vaccination sites and county-specific vaccination locations.

VaccineFinder can help you find available vaccination appointments at locations near you.

Colorado COVID-19 Vaccine Spotter is a tool to help you track down vaccine appointments at Colorado pharmacies.

COVIDCheck Colorado (Versión en español ) offers a registry for eligible people to sign up and be notified when appointments become available.

Many retail chain pharmacies are offering the vaccine to eligible individuals. Appointments are required. To find out more and register for the COVID-19 vaccine, visit:


Call Center:
CDPHE has a call center 24-hours a day, seven days a week to assist the public with questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. The center has an option for callers to get a call-back instead of waiting on hold. If a call is dropped, the resident will receive a call back. Call 1-877-CO-VAX-CO (1-877-268-2926).

  • Colorado lanza nueva linea directa para la vacunacion contra el COVID-19: 1-877-CO-VAX-CO (1-877-268-2926).
  • Answers available in multiple other languages

Phone Assistance: Residents can also call Benefits in Action at 720-221-8354 to get help registering for a vaccine appointment with a local provider.

Older adults needing someone to fill in the vaccine forms can Chat with a Social Worker from Jefferson County Public Library. 

Jefferson County resources for questions:


MASK-WEARING GUIDANCE

 

Visitors ages 2 and older to City of Lakewood facilities are required to wear masks indoors beginning Oct. 9, 2021, in accordance with Public Health Order 21-004 approved by the Jefferson County Board of Health. 

 

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Masking in indoor public spaces is a safe, effective mitigation tool. The CDC recommends everyone wear a mask in indoor public settings in areas where COVID-19 community transmission is substantial or high. Jefferson County remains in CDC’s high transmission category

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Contact Us

Report concerns and questions online

Visit Lakewood.org/RequestLakewood, our online customer service portal. Accepts comments 24 hours; closely monitored for timely responses.

Speak to someone in person

Call 303-987-7000

Emergencies

Dial 9-1-1

By order of Jefferson County Public Health and the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Effective Dates: 8 a.m., March 26 through April 17