Stay up to date with Wyoming's COVID-19 Vaccination Data here. Overall statewide coverage numbers including a county by county breakdown in map form are also available and updated regularly. Updated information about the vaccines can always be found on the cdc's covid-19 vaccine information pages.

January 24, 2022: We have discontinued to use of the online sign up form for COVID19 vaccine boosters. Please review the booster dose summary below for timing and which vaccines are eligible and call the offices if you are interested in a booster: 307-885-9598 AFTON, 307-877-3780 KEMMERER. 

January 6, 2022: 
The CDC & Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) have recommended to expand the eligibility of booster doses of COVID-19 vaccine to include 12-15 year olds. The CDC now recommends that adolescents ag 12-17 receive a booster shot 5 months after their initial Pfizer vaccination series.
Please take a look at the new booster summary below for recommended ages and intervals according to each type of COVID-19 vaccine:
booster summary 1-7-22

An additional dose 28 days after a second Pfizer dose for those ages 5-11 who are moderately to severely immunocompromised (see the linked article for information on who is considered immunocompromised) has also been recommended. 

December 10, 2021: 
 BOOSTER DOSE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ADOLESCENTS AGED 16-17 YEARS CDC and the Wyoming Department of Health recommend that fully vaccinated adolescents aged 16-17 years receive a booster dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
 ● The booster dose should be given at least 6 months after completion of the primary two dose Pfizer vaccine series. 
● The booster consists of a single dose of Pfizer vaccine. 
● The dosing for the booster is the same as for each dose in the primary series (i.e., 0.3mL/30 mcg). 
Public Health in Afton & Kemmerer are scheduling appointments for these boosters. If you meet the above outlined requirements, you can schedule your booster. Please call: 885-9598 (Aft), 877-3780 (Kemmerer) if you're interested.  

November 9, 2021: The CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices have approved and recommended the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for people ages 5 years and older. The pediatric dose for ages 5-11 years will be available as two doses, spaced 21 days apart. This is a separate vaccine from the one currently available for ages 12 and up. Public Health offices in Afton and Kemmerer have received permission from the Wyoming Department of Health to begin scheduling children in this age group to receive Pfizer pediatric COVID-19 vaccine. If you are interested in having your child or children vaccinated, please contact the offices to set up an appointment: 885-9598 (Afton) or 877-3780 (Kemmerer).

 

Please continue to follow the recommendations of wearing a face covering in public settings, social distancing, frequent handwashing, and staying home when ill. 

  • Getting vaccinated will be free and is not mandatory. 
  • Two doses are needed to get the most protection the vaccine has to offer 

For more information about the different types of vaccine, ensuring the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, how mRNA vaccines work, possible side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine please visit the CDC's extensive COVID-19 Vaccine section of their website

Para informacion sobre la vacuna en espanol, haz click aqui. Estamos trabajando con los primeros grupos ahora y luego vamos a ofrecer la vacuna a personas del grupo 1b. Puedes encontrar informacion sobre la vacuna de Moderna aqui.

Please find a copy of the Moderna EUA information sheet for vaccine recipients here

Please find a copy of the Pfizer EUA information sheet for vaccine recipients here

Please find a copy of the Pfizer ages 5-11 EUA Information sheet for vaccine recipients here

Please find a copy of the Janssen EUA Information sheet for vaccine recipients here.

Please find a copy of the COVID-19 Vaccine Consent form here

Visit the V-Safe After Vaccination Health Checker website for more information on how to use V-Safe to report any side effects quickly to the CDC. This application also functions as a reminder to get the booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.