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.

September 24, 2021:  Booster doses for PFIZER vaccine can now be scheduled at both Public Health offices. The boosters should be given at least 6 months past the date of the second Pfizer vaccine received.
Those who should get booster doses include:
People aged 65 and older
Long-term care facility residents
Adults aged 50-64 with certain medical conditions that make severe disease more likely
Those who may consider booster doses depending on their personal risk and situation include:
Adults aged 18-49 with certain medical conditions that make severe disease more likely
Adults aged 18-64 at increased risk of COVID-19 exposure and transmission due to jobs such as healthcare workers or because they live or work in settings such as correctional facilities
These booster doses are different from the ADDITIONAL doses of both Moderna and Pfizer that we have been administering to people who are severely immunocompromised. People who fit the conditions that define severely immunocompromised can get their additional doses of either Pfizer or Moderna 28 days after the second dose of their primary series (these conditions include people receiving active cancer treatment, people with HIV infection, those who have received stem cell transplant or organ transplant, people receiving active treatment with high dose corticosteroids that suppress the immune response).


Please contact Public Health in Afton (885-9598) or Kemmerer (877-3780) if you have questions on if you qualify for a booster dose and to schedule appointments for them. We cannot take walk ins at this time for any of our services. You must have an appointment. 

September 17, 2021: Public Health is still unable to provide booster doses to anyone who is NOT moderately to severely immunocompromised. We know the news keeps talking about scheduling the booster in September but we have NOT yet received permission from the ACIP/CDC/Wyoming Department of Health to begin administering those doses. Please visit the CDC - linked below - to determine if you fit the conditions that qualify you for an additional dose - there is a list of the immunocompromising conditions that we refer to prior to scheduling an appointment for an additional dose. While we do not required physician documentation to support the condition you are reporting, there is an attestation on the consent form that you sign stating you have a moderate to severe immunocompromising condition.

August 23, 2021: The FDA has approved Pfizer vaccine. Please read the news release here

August 13, 2021: A third dose of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine for immunocompromised people has been approved. Public Health is now able to begin scheduling these appointments. Additional doses are recommended to be at least 28 days (four weeks) after the second dose of an mRNA vaccine. If you would like an additional dose, fit the immunocompromised conditions defined here, and are 28 days past your second dose of either Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, you can call our offices to make an appointment. Please read the link from the CDC that gives all the information about who should receive an additional dose. 

June 2, 2021:
Public Health has removed the Google Sign up form for COVID vaccine interest. If you are 12 years or older and interested in COVID-19 vaccination, please contact our offices to schedule an appointment: 307-885-9598 (Afton) or 307-877-3780 (Kemmerer). We are currently carrying Pfizer (for ages 12 and older), Moderna (for ages 18 and older) and J&J's Janssen vaccine (for ages 18 and older). We are scheduling/immunizing ages 12 and up. Appointments take place in our offices : 421 Jefferson Ste 401 - Afton and 520 Topaz Ste 109 in 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 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.