Along with support from the state, the Weld County Department of Health will open a COVID-19 vaccine clinic next Monday (Apr. 26) at the new county clerk and recorder building in Greeley.

The clinic, which is located at 1250 H St. in Greeley, will operate from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The county’s new clerk and recorder building is located about half a mile southeast of its former location.

Earlier this month, on April 2, the state expanded the pool of residents eligible for the vaccine with a move to Phase 2, which includes the general public ages 16 and older.

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“We encourage everyone to register and come get the vaccine,” said Mark Lawley, executive director of the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment, in a news release. “The vaccines are effective, safe, and available at no-cost.”

For Weld County residents who do not have access to the internet, the Weld County Health Department is providing a telephone option by calling (970) 400-2121. This service is provided during normal business hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

For additional information regarding COVID-19, including vaccine registration and locations, visit www.weldhealth.org.

In Weld County, 188,990 COVID-19 vaccines have been administered — and 116,385 county residents are considered fully vaccinated, according to the Weld County Health Department's website.

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