Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19)

The covid-19 data dashboard has been Suspended. 

Delta County’s COVID-19 positive cases continue to drastically decrease. Effective immediately, Delta County Health Department’s COVID-19 Data Dashboard has been suspended, and will no longer provide daily updates on positive cases, deaths, and vaccination data, unless and until it’s necessary to provide this information again on a daily basis.  However, cases and deaths will still be tracked by CDPHE on their data dashboard.

Colorado is distributing free rapid COVID-19 over-the-counter (OTC) tests directly to residents' homes. The program uses rapid antigen tests that show results within 15 minutes. Test manufacturers may vary, and users are encouraged to thoroughly read the instructions included with each test kit. Delta County Health Department will offer curbside pick-up only for the free COVID-19 testing; call 970-874-2165 when you arrive outside the health department and someone will bring out your tests.

For more information on COVID-19 at home testing, see the Colorado COVID testing web page.

COVID-19 Vaccine 

The State of Colorado Vaccine Bus Clinic is offering 1st & 2nd doses, as well as boosters and pediatric doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Walk-ups are welcome or make an appointment for one of the mobile vaccine clinics listed below. 

  • Friday, July 1st, Cedaredge Foodtown Parking Lot, 10:00am - 6:00pm

  • Saturday, July 2nd, Don's Market, Paonia, 8:00am - 5:00pm 

Please visit the mobile vaccination clinic site to schedule an appointment for the vaccine bus. 

Schedule your vaccine appointment now, at any one of these COVID-19 Vaccine Providers:

  1. Who is eligible?
  2. Vaccine Clinics and Providers
  3. Vaccine Info

Anyone 5+ is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine!

  1. Disease Investigation
  2. COVID Testing and Tracing
  3. Keeping Schools Open
  4. Partnering with Business
  5. Sharing Information
  6. Supporting Healthcare


Corona VirusDisease Investigation: 

Public Health is the lead organization for community-based disease investigation and control. Through partnership with other health and medical organizations, support from elected and municipal officials and institutions, health officials can limit the spread of a disease, and reduce its impact on a community. What can you do? Stay home if you are ill, get tested, and most importantly get vaccinated! Visit our Immunizations page for more information.

Current Public Health Order (PHO)

**NEW** 06/17/22  18th Amended Public Health Order 20-38


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