Good Day Pharmacy is working with state and federal government as a COVID-19 vaccination provider. Our pharmacists are currently administering COVID vaccinations at all Good Day locations in Northern Colorado. Colorado is now in Phase 2 - LEARN MORE about phases and eligibility. You must schedule vaccination appointments online – DO NOT call the pharmacy to schedule. Please check back for updates.
How Do I Get A Covid Vaccination At Good Day?
- Vaccines are free of charge.
- You must complete the online Registration form below:
- 1. Choose your vaccination location
- 2. Choose your appointment date and time
- 3. Complete ALL fields on the form
- 4. Sign and date the form
- 5. Press 'Submit'
Who Is Eligible For Vaccination?
Effective May 12, 2021, COVID-19 vaccines are now available to the general public, including anyone age 12 and over. Click here to LEARN MORE about who is eligible.
How Do I Schedule My Second Shot With Good Day?
Vaccination may consist of one or two doses depending on the manufacturer. When two doses are required, your second vaccination will automatically be scheduled 28 days after your first vaccination.
At Your Scheduled Appointment Time:
- Please come ready in a short sleeve or sleeveless shirt.
- Bring your face covering or mask and wear it when interacting with our staff.
- Please reschedule before arrival if you have symptoms.
- You cannot get the vaccine if you have had any other vaccinations in the last 14 days. Please remember you will not be considered protected until 2 weeks after your second dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Continue to follow masking, social distancing, and other protective measures.
IMPORTANT Note About Appointment Availability: If there are no available appointments, the calendar on the location pages below will read, “No slots available.” We update availability weekly, please check back soon!
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.
Q & A: COVID-19 Vaccine and Vaccination
- Q: Is one type of vaccine recommended over the other?
- A: None of the vaccines is recommended over the other. We encourage you to get whichever vaccine type or product is offered to you when you become eligible for vaccination. Getting vaccinated greatly reduces the risk of illness if you are exposed to the virus.
- Q: Can I get COVID from a vaccine?
- A: No. It is not possible to get COVID-19 from a vaccine, but you may feel some side effects like fever, chills, and fatigue. The current COVID-19 vaccines use temporary pieces of genetic code from the virus to stimulate your body’s immune response. This cannot cause COVID-19. The goal of each vaccine is to provide your body with the tools it needs to fight the COVID-19 virus if you were to get infected.
- Q: If I have recovered from COVID-19 and completed my isolation period, do I still need to get vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine?
- A: It is currently unknown how long natural immunity lasts after recovering from COVID-19. Early evidence suggests natural immunity from COVID-19 may not last very long in some people, and cases of reinfection have been reported. So even if you have had COVID-19 and recovered, you should plan to get a vaccine when it is your turn. Learn more (LINK THIS TO: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/covid-19/info-by-product/clinical-considerations.html
*The above FAQ information is provided by Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. For more information, visit: https://covid19.colorado.gov/vaccine-faq
- Still have questions? Visit CDPHE’s website for more information regarding COVID-19 and COVID-19 vaccine.
- More Frequently Asked Auestions regarding COVID-19 – FAQ
- COVID-19 related issues and concerns – contact CDPHE for help.
- Support and counseling for yourself or a loved one – contact Colorado Crisis Services