MPV (Monkeypox) Update: Community Vaccine Clinics

We are excited to share with you the upcoming MPV (monkeypox) vaccine clinics in Colorado communities near you! Updates will be posted weekly as we have them. 

For CDPHE hosted clinics: click the link below each clinic to pre-register for an appointment. In many cases, walk-ups are also welcome.

For weekly Tuesday/Thursday Tri-County Health Department clinics: call 303-451-0123 to make an appointment.

TODAY! August 23rd

Clinic held at 18th & Pennsylvania, hosted by One Colorado 

  • Time: 2 – 7pm
  • Address: 1780 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, CO 80203
  • Register: https://www.comassvax.org//appointment/en/reg/0920761301

Saturday, August 27th

Clinic held at Castle Rock Pride, hosted by Tri-County Health Department

  • Time: 3-7pm
  • Address: Douglas County Fairgrounds, 500 Fairgrounds Road, Castle Rock, CO 80104
  • Walk-in, no registration needed

Tuesday, August 30th – continues weekly

Westminster Clinic held at Tri-County Health Department

  • Time: 8:30-11:30am
  • Address: 1401 West 122nd Avenue #200, Westminster, CO 80234
  • Call for Appointment: 303-451-0123

Thursday, September 1st – continues weekly

Aurora Clinic held at Tri-County Health Department

  • Time: 8:30-11:30am
  • Address: 15400 East 14th Place, Aurora, CO 80011
  • Call for Appointment: 303-451-0123

A reminder that these vaccine clinics are still only for those who meet one of the below criteria:

  • Anyone aged 18 years and older who has had close physical contact with someone who has MPV in the last 14 days. (This includes people of any age, gender, and sexual orientation)
  • Gay, bisexual, or other men who have sex with men, or transgender, non-binary, or gender-diverse people aged 18 years and older who: 
    • Have had multiple sexual partners in the last 14 days, or 
    • Have had sexual partners they did not previously know in the last 14 days, or
    • Have had close physical contact with other people in a venue where anonymous or group sex may occur.
  • Anyone identified by public health as a known high-risk contact of someone who has MPV. 

Thank you to those who have corresponded with our team via social media or through the Anonymous MPV Form about upcoming clinics! We heard you and were working over the past few days to make sure we had the most accurate info to share. Please keep your questions, stories, needs, and feedback coming – our collective voices are crucial to the ongoing success of the MPV response in Colorado and ultimately the health and wellbeing of all LGBTQ+ Coloradans. 

Do you have questions, concerns, or a story to share about your MPV experience? Let us know. While we don’t have all the answers, we are working with local, statewide, and national experts to learn and share accurate information and resources. We are in this together.

ANONYMOUS MPV FORM