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Working Together For a Healthy Community

Mesa County Public Health works to improve the overall health of our community. Our team can help with immunizations, disease surveillance, family planning, community readiness and reporting, early childhood services, environmental health, and more.

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment COVID-19 Testing

Our COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is moving operations inside our main Public Health Clinic after May 27th. Learn more here.

If You Feel Sick

Use our isolation and quarantine calculator to determine when your self-isolation or quarantine may end.

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Free COVID-19 Tests

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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WIC Summer Campaign

Feeding kids is hard. Team up with a friend on WIC and get prizes. Refer a friend on our WIC page.

BridgeCare Launched, Web-based Tool Will Help Families Find Child Care Openings

Parents are a core part of the workforce and child care is essential economic infrastructure. To assist families and child care facilities, The Partnership for Children and Families (PCF), Mesa County’s early childhood council, launched BridgeCare last week....

2021 Suicide Report Released, Local Coalition Focuses on Prevention

If you’re struggling, or know someone who needs help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or text CO to 741741. BACKGROUND Suicide Prevention is a priority for Mesa County.  An annual report is prepared in collaboration with Mesa County...

Tell Us: Mesa County Seeks Community Input for Priorities and Future Projects

This week Mesa County launched a community survey, known as Tell Us. Tell Us is a 15-minute survey for all adults in Mesa County. Mesa County Public Health Director, Jeff Kuhr, explained, “Our community members are our local experts. They know our community best and...

COVID-19 Vaccine Approved for Younger Children, Mesa County Prepares for Distribution

Now all children, down to six months old, are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines on June 19th. Mesa County Public Health ordered Moderna and Pfizer vaccine in anticipation...

No Burn Advisory Issued Due to Critical Weather Conditions

Due to fire safety concerns, Mesa County Public Health has issued a No Burn Advisory from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on June 17. Burning of any kind, including agricultural burning, is not allowed during this advisory period. The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag...

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