HALF of Broomfield’s 70+ residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, this is great news!
HALF of Broomfield’s 70+ residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, this is great news! If you have not yet received a vaccine, please know that it will take time to vaccinate all of the approximately 7,000 70+ seniors in Broomfield. You have not missed your opportunity!
The City and County of Broomfield is working to meet Governor Polis’s goal of vaccinating 70% of 70+ year olds by February 28, so vaccination is happening as quickly as the federal supply is available. As previously shared, Broomfield Public Health is currently in a gap-filling role for vaccinations, and working with local partners to identify seniors who can’t get vaccinated by the current pathways (i.e. those who are uninsured, those who are homebound, etc.). Last week, residents ages 70+ were offered COVID-19 vaccines in the following communities:
- The Avenues at Crofton Park
- Town Center Senior Apartments
- Front Range Mobile Home Community
- Broomfield Greens - including residents at Maryel Manor
- Corbin Manor
Sign-up by phone!
Many of our local health systems have set-up a phone option for you to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine in addition to the online sign-up option. Both are available even if you are not a current member of that health system.
- Banner Health - n/a
- Boulder Community Health - 303.415.7777
- Centura Health - 866.414.1562
- Denver Health - n/a
- HealthONE - 303.453.2477
- Kaiser Permanente - n/a
- SCL Health - 303.812.2051
- UCHealth - 720.462.2255
Read the full 1.29 Broomfield Vaccination Progress for Residents 70+.