COVID-19

COVID-19 Vaccine

The first shipment of 200 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine was received by the Wray Community District Hospital & Clinic on December 21, 2020. We expect that the initial supplies of COVID-19 vaccines will be very limited for several months. This means that a vaccine will not be immediately available to everyone who wants one. To be as fair and efficient with distribution as possible, the state has developed a phased approach to vaccine distribution.

We are scheduling appointments according to CDPHE requirements currently serving those in 1A and the upper 1B phases. If you would like to receive the COVID-19 vaccine please register here and we will call you when your vaccine is ready. Your patience is greatly appreciated!

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Guides to Caring for Yourself at Home During COVID:

Latest COVID-19 Information

You will find the latest and most up-to-date information here and on our Facebook page. You can also check out the pages below for further info.

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Real-Time COVID-19 Data

Current Operational Changes

Effective March 18, 2020, Wray Hospital and Clinics will no longer allow visitors in our hospitals as a precaution for their safety and the safety of our patients, our team members and the community.

The following are exceptions:

  • Pediatric patients (under the age of 18) may have one visitor
  • Laboring mothers may have one support person
  • Patients with disabilities may have one visitor
  • Patients near death may have one visitor

All visitors will be screened at the door and will not be allowed if they are symptomatic unless there is no other alternative for visitor with the patient. In this case they will be masked.

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