The one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will be available.
The City of Boulder, in partnership with the state’s COVID-19 vaccination program, will continue to offer free weekly vaccine clinics through Oct. 10, with the potential for future dates to be announced. Clinics will be held on Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. at the Boulder Public Library Main Branch, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., in the Canyon Theater. Those attending the clinics should enter the north side of the building near Canyon Boulevard. Spanish language interpreters will be available at each clinic.
“Vaccinations are critical to curbing the spread of COVID-19 and help protect people from serious illness,” said Housing and Human Services Department Manager Elizabeth Crowe. “As the Delta variant continues to impact the Boulder community, the city remains committed to making the vaccine easily accessible for community members.”
All community members are invited to the clinics, including families with children ages 12+. COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective and help protect against the Delta variant. The clinics are 100% free and no insurance, ID or pre-registration is required, however those that prefer to schedule a time can reserve one in advance.
The one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the two-dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will be available. Those who have already received their first Pfizer or Moderna dose should be aware of the recommended window of time between the first and second doses and should bring their vaccination card with them to the clinic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advises that both doses of the vaccine series be completed with the same product. Additional shots will be available for people whose immune systems are compromised.
In addition to vaccinations, testing is an important component of the city’s pandemic response. COVID-19 testing is available at Stazio Ball Fields, located at 2445 Stazio Dr. in Boulder, seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. As cases of the highly contagious Delta variant continue to impact our community, testing remains vital to stopping the spread of COVID-19.