Booster Doses, 2nd Booster Doses (over 50 & immunocompromised) and COVID-19 Vaccine for Children Age 5 and Older are Approved.
Individuals 12 years and older who received a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine are recommended to receive a booster dose 5 months or more after their initial series: (Register to receive a booster using the link above for scheduling vaccines.)
For those who received a Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine, booster shots are recommended 2 months after the first dose. (18 years and older )
Eligible individuals may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose.
A 2nd booster dose is now recommended for those over 50, those who received J&J for their first 2 doses, and those 12 and older with immunocompromising conditions.
COVID-19 Vaccine is available for all residents in Uinta County ages 5 years and older.
Pfizer-BioN-Tech is the type of vaccine approved under emergency use authorization for children age 5-17 yrs..
All types of the COVID-19 vaccine are available at Uinta County Public Health: Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson.
Please click on the Forms tab below to access the COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form, Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Form, and information about V-Safe which is an app to be able to report any side-effects or reactions to the vaccine.
If you would like more information on the vaccines from the FDA, you can find it here
- COVID Vaccine Forms & Related Info
- VACCINE in Uinta County
- Available Testing for COVID-19
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PCR/Molecular Testing Options (For detecting active COVID-19 infection, more sensitive than antigen):
Antigen Testing Options (For detecting symptomatic, active COVID-19):
Antibody Testing Options (For detecting previous infection. Accuracy is variable):
Many challenges have arisen through the pandemic. Uinta County has options available for assistance:
Emergency Rental Assistance Program: Evanston Child Development Center is the implementing agency for this program, and it is available for those needing assistance with housing/rent, but also includes assistance for utility and internet costs: click on dfs.wyo.gov/erap for more information and to apply or call ECDC locally at 307-789-7040. You can also click here for more information.
Mental Health and Counseling: Pioneer Counseling & High Country Behavioral Health offer a sliding-scale for fees for counseling, and Frontier Psychological Associates is offering 3 free counseling sessions during the pandemic. Click here for more information.
Unemployment Insurance: Though the extra benefits for unemployment have expired, Workforce Services can still provide benefits for anyone out of work, and if you have lost income due to COVID-19, apply as soon as possible. Click here for more information.
COVID-19 Funeral Assistance: Through FEMA there is assistance for covering funeral costs. Click here for more information.