The Wyoming Department of Health encourages everyone six months and older to get an updated COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against potentially serious COVID-19 illness in the coming months.
As of September 26, 2023, recently updated COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed to providers in Wyoming. WDH recommends checking on vaccine availability before visiting a specific local office, clinic or pharmacy.
While COVID-19 vaccine costs are no longer completely covered by federal programs, most people can still get a COVID-19 vaccine for free as it is common for health insurance plans to cover vaccine costs.
People without health insurance or with health plans that do not cover COVID-19 vaccine fees can receive a low-cost vaccine from providers participating in a federal effort known as the “Bridge Access Program.” Children without insurance can receive the COVID-19 vaccine from providers enrolled in the federal Vaccines for Children program.
To find a COVID-19 or flu vaccine, visit vaccines.gov.
To find a public health nursing office or clinic near you, visit https://health.wyo.gov/publichealth/nursing/phn-co-offices/
To find a Vaccines for Children provider, visit https://health.wyo.gov/publichealth/immunization/immunization-provider-resources/public-vaccine-programs/wyoming-immunization-providers/
Find a Vaccine in Wyoming
Where can I get COVID-19 vaccines?
- Visit Vaccines.gov or vacunas.gov to search and find a vaccine near you.
- Public health nursing services can be found across the state. Find the public health nursing office nearest you.
- Call Wyoming 211 at 211, or visit online at wyoming211.org.
- Call the Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL) at 1-888-677-1199 (7 a.m. to 6 p.m.) to find vaccination locations, help making appointments, and answers to vaccine questions. This line can also help you find other services such as food or transportation. You can also access DIAL at acl.gov/DIAL
Vaccine Questions and Answers
Get the facts from Dr. Alexia Harrist, Wyoming’s state health officer and state epidemiologist.
Click video links below for answers.
Transcripts for each video are provided in English and Spanish.