In a nutshell: Mines still doesn’t know when higher education faculty, staff and students will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in Colorado. We are currently working with the Colorado Department of Higher Education to seek clarification.
We’ll let you know here and in the weekly Mines Climbs Together email as soon as we have an update.
Please note: Be wary of any emails you receive regarding vaccinations. The Information Security Team in ITS is anticipating email phishing attacks that attempt to trick individuals into divulging sensitive information to “sign up” for vaccinations. This page is being set up in part to warn against and combat such possible attempts.
Should Mines need to communicate to employees and/or students about vaccinations in the future, that information will be sent by the Mines Pandemic Response Team and/or the Human Resources office.
(Last updated Feb. 22, 2021)
Groups Currently Eligible for Vaccination in Colorado
- Coloradans age 65 and older
- Moderate risk health care workers
- First responders
- PK-12 educators and staff
- Staff at licensed childcare programs
Groups Next in Line for Vaccination in Colorado
- Frontline essential workers in “food and
agriculture, manufacturing, U.S. postal service,
public transit and specialized transportation
staff, grocery, public health,” frontline journalists, human service workers, faith leaders, and direct care providers for Coloradans experiencing homelessness
- People age 16-64 with two or more high risk conditions
Vaccinations are not currently available to the general public in Colorado.
For the latest updates on Colorado’s vaccination efforts, and a list of providers currently offering vaccines to eligible groups, go to the state’s COVID-19 website.