The Metro Denver Partnership for Health (MDPH) is committed to equitable distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. Being transparent about progress (or lack thereof) and using data to make decisions are two principles guiding these efforts. MDPH is providing tools for its regional partners to advance equity in the metro region. This data on this map can support decision-making to identify and prioritize neighborhoods for outreach or assistance with registration and scheduling. The graphs measure progress on closing inequities in vaccine administration as well as overall distribution.
Metro Denver COVID-19 Vaccination Map
Percent of metro Denver population with at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Maps are updated weekly by the Metro Denver Partnership for Health and based on data from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Colorado Immunization Information System. For more information, contact Christie Mettenbrink at Denver Public Health.
This graph shows cumulative COVID-19 vaccines administered to metro Denver residents.
Seven-Day Moving Average
This graph shows the seven-day moving average of COVID-19 vaccines administered to metro Denver residents. The 32,500-doses-per-day goal is the estimated number of doses needed to fully disseminate the predicted weekly supply available from the state for the metro Denver region (based on a proportional distribution).
Vaccinations by Race/Ethnicity
This graph shows the cumulative percentages of vaccination among metro Denver residents age 12 and older by race/ethnicity.
Hospital Admission Rates
This graph shows the seven-day moving average of the hospital admission rate by county. Click the box next to the county to compare rates.