See below for updates on COVID-19 vaccine and testing information and current/upcoming events.
MONTHLY VIRTUAL TOWN HALL
|MONTHLY COVID-19 VIRTUAL TOWN HALL|
Thursday, May 13th
NOTE NEW TIME: 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Please join Dr. Timothy Ryan, County Public & Environmental Health Director and Alyssa Dinberg, County Recovery Coordinator for the monthly COVID-19 update including our current case count, information on vaccines and vaccination clinics, our dial level status, recovery efforts, and a community Q & A session.
Click this link to join via Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/94411844596
Click this link to Livestream on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Clear-Creek-County-Colorado-130701711250/
THIS WEEK'S DROP-IN VACCINATION CLINICS IN CLEAR CREEK
KING-MURPHY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Wednesday, May 5
8am – 10am
425 Circle K Ranch Road | Evergreen, CO 80439
To reduce wait time, pre-register at: https://www.comassvax.org/reg/9710236005
CLEAR CREEK RESOURCE CENTER
Wednesdays, May 5, May 12, May 26
10am – 2pm
1531 Colorado Blvd. | Idaho Springs, CO 80452
To reduce wait time, pre-register at: Clear Creek Drop-In Vaccination Clinics for MAY
SILVER PLUME TRAIN DEPOT
Saturday, May 8
10am – noon
825 Railroad Ave. | Silver Plume, CO 80476
To reduce wait time, pre-register at: https://www.comassvax.org/client/registration?clinic_id=2038
To save time at drop-in clinics, complete the screening form directly on PrepMod – no need to print it out.
Contact our COVID-19 Response Assistant at:
- COVID HEALTH & VACCINE INFO LINE 303-670-7528
- Messages/emails returned Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm
For more information on COVID-19 Vaccinations in Clear Creek County and other frequently asked questions, please proceed to the COVID-19 Vaccine Information Page.
CURRENT DIAL LEVEL: Blue
MASK MANDATES: State and County mandates remain in effect.
TOTAL CASES: 432 (up 2 cases from last week)
NOTE: Our local COVID-19 Test Site was cancelled last week, so fewer tests were conducted.
TOTAL VACCINE DOSES ADMINISTERED: 7,256
VACCINATION PHASES: All phases are eligible for vaccinations in Colorado
UNTIL THE MAJORITY OF THE POPULATION IS VACCINATED, THE BEST WAY TO KEEP OURSELVES AND OUR COMMUNITIES HEALTHY IS TO:
- Stay home as much as possible, limit in-person gatherings, and avoid travel.
- When in public, wear a mask, keep your distance from others, and practice good hygiene.
Use this link to pre-register for COVID-19 TESTING: https://www.covidcheckcolorado.org
For more information on COVID-19 Testing in Clear Creek County please proceed to the COVID-19 Testing page.
On April 27th, 2021, the Clear Creek County Board of Health passed Resolution 21-02 establishing local COVID-19 requirements for the coming months. As a result of State Public Health Order 20-38 allowing counties to establish local COVID-19 restrictions, Resolution 21-02 declares that all areas of Clear Creek County, including all municipalities, will implement a series of phased restrictions as we move toward reopening. For a summary of the phases see below:
Phase 1: Moving Toward Full Reopening - April 16, 2021 through May 15, 2021
- All businesses and activities within Clear Creek County must continue to follow Level Blue Mitigation Requirements set forth by the Governor's Tenth Amended Public Health Order 20-36
Phase 2: Observation Period - May 16, 2021 through August 15, 2021
- Level Clear - New Normal - begins
- All businesses and activities within Clear Creek County may operate at 100% capacity with no Mitigation Requirements
- Should case rates and percent positivity increase to certain levels defined in Resolution 21-02, the BOH and the public health director will meet to discuss the implementation of a "snapback" to stricter regulations until case metrics have once again resolved
Colorado’s and Clear Creek County’s mask mandates remain in effect.
For more information on Resolution 21-02 and the local mask mandate, please proceed to the Public Health Orders & Guidance page.
CDPHE COVID-19 information: https://covid19.colorado.gov/
Thank you to everyone who participated in this survey. Your answers will help shape the future of our county and better plan resources and support. Results are being compiled and will be shared when available.
More information about the survey can be found on our COVID-19 COMMUNITY IMPACT SURVEY page.