COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution
Good Day Pharmacy is working with state and federal government as a COVID-19 vaccination provider. Our pharmacists are currently administering COVID vaccinations in Greeley, Eaton, and Johnstown to eligible Coloradans in Phases 1A, 1B.1, and 1B.2. Coloradans in Phase 1B.3 are eligible beginning March 5th. See Distribution Table below. Vaccinations at our Longmont and Larimer County pharmacies are to be determined. You must schedule your vaccination appointment online - DO NOT call the pharmacy to schedule. Please check back for updates.
Learn About COVID-19 Vaccination
Learn more about who is eligible, vaccine safety, and how, where, and when to get vaccinated at Good Day Pharmacy.
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution and Eligibility
We are following Colorado state and CDC guidelines and are currently vaccinating eligible Coloradans in Phases 1A, 1B.1, and 1B.2. Phase 1B.3 begins March 5th.
Where Will COVID-19 Vaccinations Be Given?
Good Day pharmacists are currently administering COVID-19 vaccinations at our pharmacies in Greeley, Eaton, and Johnstown. Online scheduling is required - Do not call the pharmacy to schedule. Vaccinations at our Longmont and Larimer County pharmacies are to be determined. Please check back frequently for updates.
How Do I Schedule My Second Shot With Good Day?
Two doses are required to complete the vaccination series. Your appointment for your second shot will be scheduled when you arrive at your first dose appointment and will take place 28 days later.
Vaccine Front Runners and Cost
There will be zero out-of-pocket cost to get vaccinated for Coloradans. Medicare, Medicaid, CHP+ and private insurance are required to cover the cost of the COVID-19 vaccines. Uninsured Coloradans will have access to free COVID-19 vaccine.
The U.S. government's vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines, including COVID-19 vaccines, are as safe as possible. Safety is a top priority while federal partners work to make COVID-19 vaccines available. Learn More.
Questions & Answers About COVID-19 Vaccine and Its Administration
- Q: How does the vaccine work? Does this vaccine contain live virus? Is it inactivated?
- A: mRNA vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) do not contain a live virus and do not carry a risk of causing disease. In contrast, most vaccines use weakened or inactivated versions or components of the disease-causing pathogen to stimulate the body's immune response to create antibodies.
- Q: Is the vaccine that helpful? I heard getting COVID-19 gives you better and longer immunity than the protection a vaccine can give. Can it actually make my illness worse if I do end up getting COVID-19?
- A: Both this disease and the vaccine are new. We don't know how long protection lasts for those who get infected or those who are vaccinated. What we do know is that COVID-19 has caused very serious illness and death for a lot of people. If you get COVID-19, you also risk giving it to loved ones who may get very sick. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is a safer choice.
- Q: Can it actually make my illness worse if I do end up getting COVID-19?
- A: Nearly all COVID-19 vaccines being studied in the United States require two shots. The first shot starts building protection, but everyone has to come back a few weeks later for the second one to get the most protection the vaccine can offer.
- Still have questions? Visit CDPHE’s website for more detailed information regarding COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccine.
- Frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 – FAQ
- Enrollment for Vaccine providers and partners
- COVID-19 related issues and concerns – contact CDPHE for help
- Support and counseling for yourself or a loved one – contact Colorado Crisis Services