- Getting vaccinated is free; people receiving COVID-19 vaccines will not be asked to pay any fees.
- There are many benefits to vaccination. COVID-19 vaccines are safe and have been shown to be do an excellent job of keeping you from getting sick with COVID-19.
- It’s important to get the facts about COVID-19 vaccines from trusted sources.
- Wyoming is using a phased approach because of limited initial vaccine availability.
- Wyoming counties are currently vaccinating in priorities 1a and 1b.
- Phase 1a includes community and tribal healthcare workers involved in direct patient care, residents of Wyoming’s long-term care facilities, laboratory staff, pharmacy staff, law enforcement and other first responders.
- Phase 1b generally includes people who are 70 years of age or older, frontline essential workers who must interact with the public and are unable to consistently physically distance from others.
- At the state level, we determine priority groups and order vaccine supply. At the county level, we coordinate and administer the vaccine.
- Learn about county level progress, vaccine availability and vaccine distribution.
- Each of the currently authorized vaccines requires two doses for maximum effectiveness.
First Vaccine Doses Received: 40,975 (20,475 Pfizer/20,500 Moderna)
First Vaccine Doses Administered: 23,172
Second Vaccine Doses Received: 17,800 (7,800 Pfizer/10,000 Moderna)
Second Vaccine Doses Administered: 3,901
*Numbers include doses received for Federal Pharmacy Partners for Long-Term Care Program.
*Reported administered doses may be up to 72 hours behind actual doses administered.
*Counts do not include federal doses provided separately and directly for Tribal, VA and Military facilities.