Many of us have questions about COVID-19 vaccines, and you can now find common myths and facts on the CU Anschutz coronavirus website. A selection is below.
Amid the vaccine effort, our researchers and experts have insights to share. We are highlighting progress and setbacks during the historic campaign ahead in a new Vaccine Series, running in the CU Anschutz newsroom.
The Strauss Health Sciences Library is now open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. Study spaces, including a treadmill and bike, are available by reservation only. CU Anschutz badges, masks, physical distancing and area hygiene required. More information on the library website.
The State of Colorado’s phased vaccine distribution plan is currently in Phase 1A, Phase 1B.1 and Phase 1B.2. Supply remains limited. The university does not have its own vaccine doses at this time. We are actively advocating for expansion of state criteria, and continue to update the CU Anschutz vaccine webpage as we know more.
You are encouraged to get the COVID-19 vaccine at your earliest opportunity to do so once eligible. One way to get the vaccine may be through UCHealth. Make sure you have a My Health Connection account, or set one up, using the button below. This ensures you are set up for email notification of vaccination options when available through the UCHealth system.
Find information on how to access vaccines through other providers here.
COVID-19 testing is available at no cost to you or your household members through March 31. Learn more and schedule your test here.
Remember to self-report your status if you have COVID-19 symptoms, test positive or may have been exposed, even once you’ve been vaccinated.