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UPDATED: County public health’s J&J vaccination clinic for general public fills up in 3 hours

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 3 p.m.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Routt County Public Health announced at noon Friday it would be hosting a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Monday at Mountain Tap Brewery in downtown Steamboat Springs, and within three hours, all 165 slots had been filled.

The clinic is the first one open to the general public age 18 and older. Anyone in Phases 1A, 1B and Phase 2 can now receive the vaccine. The appointments were scheduled for a three-hour window.



Appointments were made online at https://www.covid19routtcounty.com/vaccine-information. People are encouraged to keep checking the link because some individuals cancel and slots could open up.


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