COVID-19 Vaccine

Uinta County began vaccinating Uinta County Residents that are 18 YEARS OLD OR OLDER, to prevent COVID-19 on March 15,  2021.  Currently, we are receiving large amounts of the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines from Federal suppliers.  In addition, both Smith's and WalMart pharmacies are receiving doses of vaccine from the Federal Pharmacy Program, and are able to help us get out this important vaccine to help us stop the spread of COVID-19.  If you have a preference to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, please tell us that when you pre-register or call.    (Keep in mind, while the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is a single vaccination but may provide a lower percentage of protection, and that you still need to wait 2 weeks after your shot to have the highest level of protection it will provide).

Pre-Registration Form    

4/6/2021  

We need to hear from you if you are 16 to 18 years old & would like to have a vaccination to protect you or your child from COVID-19. We have the ability to get the approved Phizer vaccine for those who are 16 or older, but need to know if there is enough interest to bring it to Uinta County.  Please send an email to covid19.uinta@wyo.gov, or simply call 307-789-9203.   If you know you would like to get the Phizer vaccine for those 16 years of age or older, you can complete the pre-registration form now by clicking here.  We look forward to hearing from you!


For those without a computer or smartphone (or someone to help them register), we will accept call-in registrations. Due to limited staff, it is preferred that you register online if able.                                                                                                                                                                       Evanston area residents please call 307-789-9203.     For Bridger Valley residents please call 307-787-3800.

** Please note - Vaccine pre-registration is necessary to assure safe, and efficient vaccine distribution.  

Prior to the vaccination clinic, please complete the Vaccine Consent form, available at the public health office during office hours, or by clicking the link above that says "Vaccine Consent Form".    For now, you will only receive the vaccine if your name is on the list,  no walk-ins will be allowed.  If you are unable to come to your appointment, it would be appreciated if you give our office a call to tell us that.  Then the vaccine can be given to another person. 

We will use Code Red   first and then all local media sources (Uinta County Herald and K-9 Radio) as well as our social media Facebook page to publish when additional priority groups may register to receive the vaccine.

Please click on the Forms tab below to access the COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form, Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Form, and information about V-Safe which is an app to be able to report any side-effects or reactions to the vaccine.  

If you would like more information on the vaccines from the FDA, you can find it here

 Wyoming Department of Health for questions as well as help with registration or vaccine information.   800-438-5795                 (Weekdays 9 a.m.-7 p.m.) 


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