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Omicron vaccines for Adults and Children (6 months and up) are available at the Health Department. Call for an appointment today! (970) 847-2165
Delta County Health Department has suspended its COVID-19 data dashboard and will no longer provide daily updates on positive cases, deaths, and vaccination data. However, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has an active data dashboard.
COVID-19 Vaccination Locations in Delta County
Delta County Health Department
The health department offers Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines on Wednesdays by appointment only.
Please call (970) 874-2165 to schedule.
Other Vaccine Providers
Delta Health Family Medicine - 970-874-5777
Delta Health Internal Medicine - 970-874-7668
Delta Health West Elk Clinic - 970-872-1400
Delta Health Pediatrics 970-546-4000
Pediatric Associates - 970-249-2421
Mobile Vaccine Bus
Last Chance tour, Mobile Bus ends May 11, 2023. Bus offers Covid-19 Vaccines (1st & 2nd doses and boosters) and flu shots at convenient locations around the county.
Sunday, 4/9/23 11am - 3pm
St. Michael's Chatholic Church
628 Meeker St. Delta, CO 81416
Appointments are recommended for faster service. Walk-ups are welcome. For the most up-to-date schedule or to make an appointment near you.
Rapid At-Home Test Kits are available for free at the Delta County Health Department. Curbside pick-up only. Call 970-874-2165 when you arrive outside the health department; someone will bring you the test kits.
Drive-Up Testing Service. Delta County Health Department is now offering Rapid PCR tests curbside Monday through Friday, appointment needed. Call 970-874-2165 to make an appointment and again when you arrive curbside. We are located at 255 W. 6th St. Delta, Co 81416
In-Person COVID-19 Testing. Your primary care provider should be your first call for a COVID-19 test. Other options for in-person COVID-19 testing are available throughout Delta County.
Not in the area? Coloradans can access free at-home tests through the federal at-home testing program, and free tests are available for pick-up at distribution centers across the state. No insurance or cost is required for either program.
Insurance companies and health plans are required to cover eight free over-the-counter at-home tests per covered person per month. Coloradans without insurance can apply for Health First Colorado (Colorado's Medicaid program). Health First Colorado covers COVID-19 testing for those who qualify.
Pharmacies and testing locations participating in the Increasing Community Access to Testing (ICATT) program also offer no-cost testing, including PCR testing, for people without insurance.
Tested Positive for COVID, Now What?
Contact your primary care provider right away to determine if you are eligible for treatment.
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has identified telehealth services that offer same-day or next-day appointments for Coloradans seeking treatment. Some of these services may accept private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid. Be sure to ask about insurance when making an appointment.
Guidance for Businesses
Businesses can help keep Coloradans safe by following best practices for reducing the spread of COVID-19. There are multiple things employers can do to help keep their work environments safe for their employees and community. These activities include cleaning, being encouraged to wear a mask, and using portable air cleaners.
Current Public Health Order (PHO)
**NEW** 06/17/22 18th Amended Public Health Order 20-38
- Supporting Healthcare web page.
- Colorado Department of Health and Environment COVID-19 website.
- Colorado Executive and Health Orders related to COVID-19.
- Colorado Department of Labor and Employment: Information and resources regarding sick leave and unemployment for employees affected by COVID-19.
- Centers for Disease Control website.