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We are now booking vaccination appointments for those Phase 1b priority groups 7-9. If you fall within these groups, please call us to schedule an appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ

Have questions about getting on the vaccine list, when you can get vaccinated or how to schedule your vaccination appointment? Answers to these questions and more can be found here.

The first FDA-authorized vaccines for COVID-19 are now being administered. Up-to-date information about vaccine availability, distribution and safety can be found on this page. 

Last updated February 26, 2021.

vaccine list

Albany County is using My Health Connection, Ivinson’s online patient portal, to provide vaccine updates to patients. 

  • If you have a My Health Connection account, you are already on the vaccine list and will automatically receive updates (via email and in the app) regarding the vaccine.
  • If you do not have a My Health Connection account, or are new to Ivinson, create an account using the link below. You will then automatically be placed on our list to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when it is available for your phase, according to the state’s plan.

Due to our affiliation with UCHealth, My Health Connection is sharing information regarding vaccines in Colorado. While this information is not relevant to Albany County residents, individuals can rest assured that once signed up for the patient portal, they are placed on the Albany County vaccine list and will be contacted when a vaccine is available and it is time to schedule an appointment.


Initial supplies of any COVID-19 vaccines will be limited. The Wyoming Department of Health is working with an extensive network of public health and healthcare provider partners to make the most of this important resource.

Current Phase

Due to limited supply of vaccines, we are currently focusing our efforts on vaccinating subgroups 7 – 9 of Phase 1B as laid out by the State of Wyoming’s distribution plan.

7. Public transit employees (community transportation buses and airline flight crew members working on commercial passenger planes)7. Those with the following conditions: cancer, chronic kidney disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, solid organ transplant, sickle cell disease, down syndrome, and pregnancy (Pregnant women should discuss vaccination with their provider in advance.)
8. Grocery store employees, commercial meat processing employees, feedlot employees, other food supply chain facility employees, and food manufacturing companies with 25 or more employees8. People on the Wyoming Medicaid Community Choices Waiver and Developmental Disabilities waivers
9. US Postal Service employees and delivery service companies (such as FedEx and UPS) likely to have more than 15 minutes of exposure to members of the public; clinical laboratory specimen courier employees9. Those with the following conditions: diabetes, heart conditions, obesity (BMI over 30), immunocompromised state, severe neurologic conditions (stroke and dementia)

Albany County Vaccine Distribution

First Doses Received


First Doses Administered


Second Doses Received


Second Doses Administered


NOTE: These numbers are approximate based on current counts. 

for employers

Access for employers to register their staff.

Employers who believe that their organization falls into one or more of the prioritized populations in Phase 1b can use this form to complete an intake. 

Regardless of phase, all employees should sign up for My Health Connection.


Information about vaccine safety and efficacy.

The U.S. vaccine safety system ensures that all vaccines are as safe as possible. Safety and efficacy are the main goals while federal partners work to make COVID-19 vaccines available. More information about Vaccine Safety can be found on the CDC’s website.


Information about quantities and distribution. 

At this time, there is not enough of the COVID-19 vaccine to offer it to everyone. As Albany County receives shipments of the vaccine, we are administering it as quickly as possible, according to the state’s plan. More information can be found on the Wyoming Department of Health’s website.

fact sheets

Get the facts about available COVID-19 vaccines.

Read the fact sheets for the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccine for information to help you understand the risks and benefits of each vaccine.

after vaccination

Get V‑safe, the after-vaccination health checker.

V‑safe is a smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccination.


Interested in helping get our community vaccinated?

We encourage you to apply to be a volunteer in Albany County’s vaccination efforts using our online application.