Wyoming COVID-19 Vaccination Information
Wyoming COVID-19 vaccination is currently available to people in Phase 1a and Phase 1b, including but not limited to the following:
- Healthcare personnel
- Long-term care facility personnel and residents
- Assisted living center personnel and residents
- Home health providers
- Tribal public health staff
- School nurses
- Urgent care and medical clinic staff
- Law enforcement and correctional facility officers
- Fire fighters and in-person emergency response support staff
- Funeral home staff
- K-12 teachers and staff
- Child care service providers
- Public transit employees
- Grocery store employees and commercial food processing and manufacturing employees at companies with 25 or more workers
- Postal service and delivery service employees
- People over 70 years of age
The full list of eligible groups can be found in the Wyoming COVID-19 Vaccination Priorities PDF.
COVID-19 vaccinations in Wyoming are currently available through county health departments. Contact your local county health officials to learn about vaccine availability and procedures.
Wyoming has not provided additional guidance at this time on when the vaccine will be available to additional groups.
COVID-19 vaccination is not currently available to the general public. No health provider, including Sterling Urgent Care, can vaccinate any individual who is not currently approved by the Wyoming Department of Health. Sterling Urgent Care is not providing COVID-19 vaccinations in Wyoming at this time and does not have COVID vaccine available at any of its Wyoming walk-in clinics. We will announce our participation in Wyoming COVID-19 vaccination programs for the public when state health officials allow us to do so.
We encourage our Wyoming Occupational Health clients to speak with their Sterling representative as soon as possible to discuss COVID-19 vaccinations. Employers in essential industries may be able to set up on-site vaccination clinics at their workplaces in February, but the numbers of employees to be vaccinated must be coordinated with Wyoming health officials ahead of time.
Updated January 21, 2020.