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Posted on: April 19, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Pitkin County mass vaccine clinic coming to an end this week

PITKIN COUNTY-The final mass vaccination clinic will take place on Thursday, Apr. 22 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Benedict Music Tent parking lot. This weeks clinic will administer the following vaccines:


1172 Pfizer 2nd Doses

400 Moderna 2nd Doses

400 Moderna 1st Doses


To schedule an appointment this week please click https://avh.jotform.com/210874815707966. Even though the mass clinic is closing down anyone getting a first dose this week will be communicated to directly on the schedule and location for their second dose. 


“The convenience of having a mass clinic right here in Pitkin County is coming to a close in part because we’ve had a tough time getting people to sign up for vaccines in the last few weeks,” said Incident Commander Phylis Mattice. “With clinics starting to open with primary care providers, pharmacies and a state run clinic in Grand Junction it appears people who were motivated to find an appointment went elsewhere.”


“The transition does not mean that we are going to stop administering vaccines, we are just changing the scale at which they will be administered. The focus is shifting to consistency and accessibility,” said Carly Senst, Pitkin County Public Health vaccine coordinator.


Pitkin County launched on the website a  Vaccine Finder highlighting local locations providing vaccines vaccination provider resources and the Colorado vaccination provider page to find vaccination locations across the state. Consider Pitkin County’s closest state community vaccination site located at the Grand Junction Convention Center

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