Casper, WY – According to the statement, anyone 70 or older is able to get a vaccine. They’ve also mentioned that new groups include employees that work in congregate settings, like homeless shelters, and K-12 teachers.
Casper-Natrona County Health Department Executive Director, Anna Kinder, said:
“We’ll never deny anyone that we’ve already gone past. Anyone can come at a later date if they change their mind. Our goal is always to run out of vaccine every week, but we always get another tray the following week, which is 975 doses. Which is what we anticipate that we will get every week through the month of February.”
According to the officials, the department is distributing 305 vaccines each day, and appointments are made on a first-come, first-serve basis. Walk-ins are not available to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, so people should call (307) 577-9892 to schedule a vaccine appointment.
According to the officials, the only location to receive a vaccine is at the Casper-Natrona County Health Department office, which is located on 475 S. Spruce in Casper. Vaccines are free.