Local Public Health Alert: COVID-19 infection rates remain high in Mesa County.  Click here to learn more.

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Mesa County offers COVID-19 vaccines free of charge by appointment or walk-in for everyone age 12 and over. 

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COVID-19 Guidance

There are no current public health orders in Mesa County.

The Board of Mesa County Commissioners approved the Free to Choose Resolution

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Free COVID-19 Tests

Testing helps us understand how many cases are in Mesa County and where the virus spreads in our community. Learn how you can register for a test and receive results in a few days, even without insurance or a doctor’s note.

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Fall Open Burn Season

Fall Burn Season began September 1.

With a permit, burning is allowed on days where conditions are appropriate.

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FOOD SAFETY ALERT: CANNED ROAST BEEF AND SEAFOOD RECALLS

Mesa County Public Health has been made aware of two foods being recalled that could have been distributed in Mesa County. If you have any of the below products, do not eat them. Throw them away or return them to where you bought them.Clean and sanitize any utensils,...

COVID-19 Community Testing Site Moves to Mesa County Fairgrounds

In preparation for colder weather, Mesa County Public Health’s COVID-19 testing site will move to the Mesa County Fairgrounds, located at 2785 US-50, Grand Junction.  Starting Tuesday, October 19, the community COVID-19 testing site, located at the Mesa County...

COVID-19 VACCINATION RECORD

When you receive your first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, you should get a CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record card that tells you what COVID-19 vaccine you received, the date you received it, and where you received it.Bring your card if you get a second dose, additional...

COVID-19 INFECTION RATES REMAIN HIGH, VACCINATION RATE LOW IN MESA COUNTY

Mesa County continues to see elevated levels of COVID-19 transmission and cases. For the 7-day period beginning September 26, 615 cases were reported, 493 of which were in unvaccinated individuals.  That is the highest 7-day case total since January 17, 2021....

Flu Vaccine Clinics, Navigating Flu and COVID-19 Spreading at The Same Time

The 2021-2022 flu season is officially underway, and Mesa County Public Health (MCPH) warns that this season could be more active than last year.  In 2020, the flu season was mild, with no pediatric deaths and just 34 hospitalizations in Colorado. However, our...

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