COVID-19 in Summit County

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COVID-19 Testing

For information on local testing locations and free at home testing kits, click here.

Summit County is currently experiencing High COVID transmission in our community.  

Protect yourself and others from being infected by; 

  1. Getting a COVID Vaccine
  2. Stay Home if sick
  3. Get tested if sick, 
  4. If you recently had close contact with someone who has COVID and you are vaccinated, get tested and wear a face covering.  If you are not vaccinated you must Quarantine.
  5. All persons are encouraged to Wear a Face Covering in indoor public places, 
  6. Wash hands frequently and avoid touching your face, 
  7. Keep 6-feet or more from others to the extent possible (especially indoors), and
  8. Clean and/or Disinfect frequently.

Summit County Public Health is actively monitoring and responding to novel coronavirus activity in Summit County. The Summit County Emergency Operations Center is activated and staffed with a team of emergency management personnel who are coordinating our community’s response to the pandemic, in coordination with local municipalities, the State of Colorado, health care providers, private sector partners and nonprofit organizations.


Booster Doses

All individuals in the state of Colorado ages 18 and up who received a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, are recommend to receive a booster shot at 6 months or more after their second dose of the vaccine.

Consultation by the State’s Chief Medical Officer with the CDC confirms that offering the vaccine to anyone in the state who is over 18 and is due for their booster is allowed given the high rate of disease transmission in Colorado.

All individuals ages 18 and up that received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, are recommended to receive a booster shots at 2 months or more after their first dose.

Individuals may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose. Some people may have a preference for the vaccine type that they originally received and others, may prefer to get a different booster. CDC’s recommendations now allow for this type of mix and match dosing for booster shots.

We highly encourage community members to reach out to their healthcare provider or local pharmacy to receive the vaccine, however we will also offer booster doses to these newly qualified individuals immediately through our scheduled vaccination clinics, as long as they are 18+ and have met the minimal elapsed time from the last dose given. 

For additional info:

Flu Shots in Summit County

The flu vaccine protects you from a leading cause of death and illness. An influenza infection causes many of the same symptoms we see in COVID-19, such as body aches, fever and sore throat. Protecting yourself from the flu reduces strain on our health care system and reduces stress on you and your family. Getting a flu shot in Summit County is easy and convenient, with little to no out-of-pocket costs. Clinic Locations and Information.

Business Physical Distancing Protocols

The Summit County Business Physical Distancing Protocols Form will help businesses identify and implement strategies to protect the health of their employees and members of the public by reducing opportunities for disease transmission. Businesses are encouraged to: 

  • Display a completed copy of their Physical Distancing Protocol at each public entrance
  • Distribute completed copies of their Physical Distancing Protocol to all employees
  • Post a completed copy of the Physical Distancing Protocol on business website, if applicable
  • Physical Distancing Protocols do not have to be submitted to Public Health for review

Download the Summit County Business Physical Distancing Protocols Form (pdf).
Descarque el Protocolo de distancia fisico de negocios (pdf) del condado de Summit.

View requirements for Non-Critical Retail, Personal Services and Essential Businesses.

Nuevo coronavirus en el Condado de Summit

El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Summit está monitoreando activamente y respondiendo a la actividad del coronavirus en el Condado de Summit. El Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia del Condado de Summit está activo y cuenta con un equipo de personal de gestión de emergencias. Este personal está coordinando la respuesta de nuestra comunidad a la pandemia, asegurando la colaboración y comunicación entre las agencias gubernamentales locales, el Estado de Colorado, proveedores de atención médica, socios del sector privado y organizaciones sin fines de lucro.

Órdenes del Departamento de Salud Pública

El Condado de Summit y el estado de Colorado tienen órdenes de salud pública para mitigar la propagación del COVID-19. Estas órdenes imponen restricciones a una variedad de actividades, incluyendo actividades comerciales, actividades sociales y reuniones comunitarias.

Vea las últimas órdenes de Salud Pública locales y estatales.  

Datos de casos del Condado de Summit

El Condado de Summit publica la cantidad de personas evaluadas por COVID-19, la cantidad de casos positivos, hospitalizaciones, desglosados por edad y sexo y otros datos. Los datos de casos de COVID-19 del Condado de Summit se actualizan una vez cada día de la semana.

Vea los últimos datos de casos en el Condado de Summit.

Rastreador de Síntomas del Condado de Summit

¿Te has sentido enfermo en algún momento desde el 1 de marzo? Ingrese sus síntomas de forma anónima para ayudarnos a rastrear la actividad del COVID-19 en el Condado de Summit. Para registrar síntomas o ver el panel de datos, visite el Rastreador de Síntomas del Condado de Summit.

Por favor tenga en cuenta: que el Rastreador de Síntomas no es compatible con el navegador Internet Explorer o versiones desactualizadas de Microsoft Edge. Recomendamos utilizar otro navegador, como Google Chrome, Safari o la versión más reciente de Microsoft Edge.