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COVID-19 Vaccine

Administration of COVID-19 vaccine

Sublette County Public Health has administered 300 does of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Sublette County residents. Public Health is currently vaccinating the group outlined on line 3 (Age 70+) of the Wyoming Department of Health’s Priority Groups Phase 1B.

• In preparation for vaccinating the next priority group, registration is now open for K-12 teachers and support staff.

• Due to the limited supply of vaccines allotted to Sublette County and the need to distribute these vaccinations in an orderly fashion, registration is required for those wishing to receive a vaccination.

• No vaccinations will be administered without a completed registration and a scheduled appointment.

• There is no cost associated with receiving this vaccine.

Who has received the COVID-19 vaccine?

50 doses: Rural Health Care District providers, staff, lab, emergency management services, and Public Health staff, Dec. 29-30, 2020.

50 doses: Sublette Center residents and staff, Jan. 5, 2021.

60 doses: fire departments, law enforcement, search & rescue, pharmacy, dental staff, Department of Family Services, Jan 6-7, 2021.

50 doses: 70+ age group at Sublette County Fairgrounds, Jan. 11, 2021.

90 doses: 70+ age group at Museum of the Mountain Man, Jan. 14, 2021.

What's next?

• Public Health will continue to follow the rules established by the Wyoming Department of Health: Phase 1A & 1B priority guidelines.

• We will schedule appointments with the pre-registered individuals in the current group; you will get a phone call from Public Health.

• Sublette County is receiving 100 doses of the Moderna vaccine per week. Public Health receives doses weekly, and then calls individuals who have registered to schedule an appointment.

• Administration of second doses will begin the week of January 25.

• 100 doses will given on January 21, with priority given to those 80+ years of age. Scheduling for these appointments was completed this week.

• There are more than 300 people in the 70+ group who remain on the registration list at this time. Unless Sublette County is allotted an increase in the 100-dose per week allotment, we will be scheduling into late January/February for individuals in this age group.

• Please DO NOT call Public Health to see where you are on the list. You will be called to schedule your appointment time.

• Sublette County Public Health will increase vaccine drive-thru clinics appointments as we get more vaccine.

• Learn more about the statewide COVID-19 vaccination program here.

Registration Open: Age 70+

Also accepting registrations for K-12 teachers & support staff.

To register for the vaccine waiting list:

• Complete this Google Survey:

 

Or call Sublette County Public Health at 307-367-2157 for assistance with registration.

•  Registration will put you on the waiting list.

• Public Health will call you when vaccine is available to schedule your appointment date and time.

• Due to the limited supply of vaccines allotted to Sublette County, and the need to distribute these vaccinations in an orderly manner, registration is required for those wishing to receive a vaccination.

• No vaccinations will be administered without a completed registration and a scheduled appointment.

Here's what else you need:

• Read the Moderna COVID-19 fact sheet here:

• Print out and sign this consent form. Take it with you to your appointment:

Public Health Office Hours

• Pinedale Public Health Office will be closed on most Tuesdays & Thursdays for our staff to be able to provide COVID-19 vaccine clinics around Sublette County.

• Please call for appointments on Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays 8-12, 1-5 p.m. for our regular Public Health services in Pinedale. Call 367-2157 to schedule your appointment.

• Please call for appointments on Tuesdays 9-4 p.m. at our Marbleton Public Health Office (no change in hours for Marbleton Office). Call 276-3575 to schedule your appointment.

Sublette COVID-19 Response Group  •  P.O. Box 2410  •  Pinedale, WY 82941