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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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Provider contacts can be found below:

 

Denver Health

 

Centura Health

 

UCHealth: UCHealth’s website and hotline can be accessed in Spanish, as well as

almost 100 other languages, through interpreter services.

 

Kaiser Permanente

 

Boulder Community Health

  • Sign up at: BCH.org
  • Call:303-415-7777

 

Vail Health: You can go online to make an appointment and see their clinic schedule.

 

SCL Health

Health One

 

Salud Family Clinic

 

Banner Health System: Please take the survey online to determine if you are eligible to receive the vaccine. Banner encourages people to schedule appointments online as they are receiving a high number of requests.

 

Colorado COVID Vaccine Information: Coloradans 65 and over can find all of this information in one location by visiting  COCovidVaccine.org or can call our vaccine hotline at 1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926).

 

If you are able to sign up online, we encourage you to do so and leave the phone lines open for those who may not have access to a computer or the internet, or who may not be as comfortable online.

 

If you are an educator or child care worker in a licensed program, you should work with your employer to get vaccinated, rather than a local provider. Many school districts have already partnered with local hospitals and will be reaching out to their employees to schedule vaccinations.

 

Additional Resources for  COVID-19 vaccine information

“Here’s the challenge: The demand for vaccines far exceeds the supply, and Jefferson County providers are still working to ensure that all highest-risk health care workers are receiving their initial dose. Jeffco Public Health is working with its Covid vaccination partners to ensure doses are delivered to priority populations equitably.   Please know that we’re advocating daily for more vaccines, equitable distribution, consistent communication and policies from the state, county allocations based on priority groups (Jeffco has one the fastest aging populations) and more. Please be patient – I know it can be frustrating and difficult!”

Posted by County Commissioner Lesley Dahlkemper

 

You can sign up for automated alerts from Jefferson County at: www.jeffco.us/list.aspx

• Scroll down to the “Alert Center” section and look for “Jeffco COVID-19 Alerts”
• Select email or text alerts
• Follow system prompts to complete sign up!.

 

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first identified in Wuhan, China, and reported by the World Health Organization on December 31, 2019. Around the globe, the Coronavirus is receiving heightened attention for infecting tens of thousands of people. The respiratory illness caused by a Coronavirus is thought to spread between people who are in close contact with one another (about six feet) through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can land on common surfaces or in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby, or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.

The Evergreen Chamber understands that the Coronavirus may have an impact for our businesses and the community. Below are resources for advice on how your business and family can plan for and respond to the virus, along with information on the disease.  We will update this page as information is made available.

Please click on the different tabs below to expand.

Jefferson County Safer At Home Level

Jefferson County is now under Level Yellow on the Dial 2.0 Framework by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).

Beginning Feb. 6 at 9 a.m. Jefferson County community members and businesses should follow Level Yellow of CDPHE’s Dial Framework.

For the most up to date information, please visit: Jeffco COVID-19 Updates Page

Level Yellow Guidelines

Small Business Guidance, Loans & Funding

For the most up to date Industry-specific guidance related to your business, please visit the Jefferson County Levels Webpage. It is expected that all businesses follow all applicable guidance provided by JCPH and CDPHE.

 

  • Business Intelligence Center
    • The mission of the Business Intelligence Center within the Colorado Secretary of State's Office is to support Colorado businesses by streamlining access to public data and providing resources to make that data more useful.
ERC is a refundable payroll tax credit that was previously unavailable to businesses who received a PPP loan.
Eligible employers can get cashback for payroll taxes already paid and cashback in excess of the paid liability. This is an immediate cash flow opportunity for struggling businesses that covers both the 2020 and 2021 tax years.
Employers, including tax-exempt organizations, are eligible for the credit if they operated a business during calendar year 2020 and experience either:
  • The full or partial suspension of the operation of their business during any calendar quarter because of governmental orders due to COVID-19,
  • OR more than 50% reduced gross revenue as compared to the same quarter in 2019.
To amend payroll tax for 2020, businesses will need to fill out Form 941x. Contact your payroll service provider.
Employers, including tax-exempt organizations, are eligible for the credit if they operate a business during calendar year 2021 and experience either:
  • Partial or total business closure due to federal, state or local COVID order.
  • OR more than 20% reduced gross revenue as compared to the same quarter in 2019.
Businesses can take the credit against their current payroll taxes as they run payroll, submit a 2021 IRS Form 7200, OR request a refund at the end of the first and second quarters.

COVID-19 Vaccine Informatioon

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) was first identified in Wuhan, China, and reported by the World Health Organization on December 31, 2019. Around the globe, the Coronavirus is receiving heightened attention for infecting tens of thousands of people. The respiratory illness caused by a Coronavirus is thought to spread between people who are in close contact with one another (about six feet) through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. These droplets can land on common surfaces or in the mouths or noses of people who are nearby, or possibly be inhaled into the lungs.

The Evergreen Chamber understands that the Coronavirus may have an impact for our businesses and the community. Below are resources for advice on how your business and family can plan for and respond to the virus, along with information on the disease.  We will update this page as information is made available.

Please click on the different tabs below to expand.

Jefferson County Safer At Home Level

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released a new dial framework and that standardizes different levels of "openness" at the county level. It is a tool for counties to use to make life during the pandemic more sustainable, allowing them to balance controlling the virus with the social and economic needs.

GOV. POLIS MOVES JEFFCO FROM ORANGE TO RED AS OF FEB 6, 2021.

For the most up to date information, please visit: Jeffco COVID-19 Updates Page

COVID Dial Level Yellow

Small Business Guidance, Loans & Funding

For the most up to date Industry-specific guidance related to your business, please visit the Jefferson County Levels Webpage. It is expected that all businesses follow all applicable guidance provided by JCPH and CDPHE.

 

  • Business Intelligence Center
    • The mission of the Business Intelligence Center within the Colorado Secretary of State's Office is to support Colorado businesses by streamlining access to public data and providing resources to make that data more useful.

United States CARES Act (EIDL, EIDL Advance, & PPPL)

There are three parts to the CARES Act. They are all separate, but they do interact together as they are all administered by the United States Small Business Administration (SBA).

EIDL (Economic Injury Disaster Loan) -

This program has been expanded to allow ALL small businesses access to federally guaranteed loans for this pandemic situation. The online application has been STREAMLINED and is the fastest and best way to access these loans.

Visit covid19relief.sba.gov to get started.

 

Emergency EIDL Advance up to $10,000 -

This loan advance acts like a grant because it is 100% forgivable and does not have to be paid back. While you must apply for an EIDL (Economic Injury Disaster Loan) to access these funds, you do NOT have to pay it back if your loan application is declined, and you do NOT have to move forward with a loan beyond the advance if your loan application is accepted.

Visit covid19relief.sba.gov to get started.

 

 

CARES Act Guides & FAQ:
For a guide with step by step instructions, as well as additional information and resources, click here (pdf).

For an FAQ Regarding Participation of Faith-Based Organizations, please click here (pdf).
For additional Guides & Resources created in response to the CARES Act click here.


Other Resources: 

Alternative Funding Sources

  • List by the Colorado Department of Economic Development and International Trade to help Colorado's small businesses to find access to alternative funding sources beyond EIDL, PPP and other federal loans and programs.
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