Coronavirus Information

Updates on Dial, Tests, and Vaccine

SLV Health is coordinating with local public health agencies, so be sure to bookmark this important web page and check it often for updates: https://www.slvphp.com/slv-regional-covid-dial/

San Luis Valley Health’s Respiratory Clinic added a drive through shelter to protect the clinic workers and patients from the weather conditions. Appointments for testing are still required – please do not arrive without being scheduled with the Respiratory Clinic. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, please call (719) 589-3000 ext 9 to make an appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan for SLV Health

San Luis Valley Health (SLVH) is working with the State of Colorado to deliver COVID-19 vaccines. Targeted efforts to vaccinate patient-facing health care workers, community first responders, and now, patients 65 and older is underway.

Patients who come in for the COVID-19 vaccination should bring identification to verify date of birth, or place of employment. When scheduling your appointment please indicate how many people eligible for the vaccine will be attending.

Please call 719-587-1355 to get scheduled for the next available time slot. Due to the high volume of calls, please leave your name and phone number in the event that you are prompted to leave a message, and our staff will return your call. Click here to sign up. No need to sign up more than once. As supplies become available, a scheduler will call you.

Click here for the English version of the COVID-19 Vaccine consent form.

Click here for the Spanish version of the COVID-19 Vaccine consent form.

This is a 2-part vaccine. Plan to receive your second dose from the same provider and location that you get the first does from, approximately 28 days following the first immunization.

If you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, check with your local public health agency about the quarantine period that is most appropriate for you. A 14-day quarantine following exposure is still the gold standard, although in certain cases a shorter quarantine may be appropriate. Regardless of your quarantine length, for 14 days after exposure, you should:

  • Watch for symptoms of COVID-19.
  • If you have symptoms, immediately self-isolate and contact your local public health authority or health care provider.
  • Wear a mask, stay at least 6 feet from others, wash your hands, avoid crowds, and take other precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
  • Avoid contact with high-risk individuals.

Colorado has developed a prioritization plan that aims to vaccinate frontline healthcare workers, long-term care facility residents and other critical workforce member such as emergency medical services, firefighters, and other first responders in Phase 1. More information can be found on: https://covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine