Millions of Americans now can get COVID-19 booster shots.

Millions of people across the U.S. now may get COVID-19 booster vaccine doses after leaders of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) authorized additional doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for a vast swath of U.S. adults.


Who should get booster shots?

The new guidance recommends COVID-19 booster shots for all adults ages 65 and older and authorizes boosters for many others ages 18 and older including health care workers, teachers and people who live or work in high-risk settings like homeless shelters or prisons. Individuals who are at high risk for severe illness if they get COVID-19 — people who are obese, pregnant or suffer from diabetes — also may choose to get booster vaccine doses.

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Check Out This Month's SBDC Workshops

Larimer County's SBDC wants to help you start, grow, and prosper through street-smart business education and assistance. 

Register for one of these workshops!


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Hear More About La Cocina at This Year's Business Appreciation Celebration Oct. 7, 2021
La Cocina is a nonprofit breaking down language barriers to get members of the Latinx community access to mental health resources. We spoke with Dr. Elizabeth "Buffy" Trent Wolf and Dr. Janina E Fariñas on how La Cocina started small at @coloradostateuniversity and transformed into a necessary resource for our Latinx community.

Want to hear how @lacocinahome has navigated the pandemic and combatted mental health stigmas to provide crucial care to Latinx folks? Join us Oct. 7 for more stories and to celebrate how local businesses adapt to thrive even in the most difficult times.
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Share Your Thoughts About Recovery!

The pandemic has brought serious challenges to our community, often worsening existing issues. As we begin to shift from response to recovery, we know we cannot return to the pre-pandemic status quo, and must focus on a recovery that benefits all.  

The City of Fort Collins is working to create a long-term Recovery Plan. As we develop the Recovery Plan, we want to hear your ideas about what a vibrant and resilient recovery looks like for our community and what priorities we should focus on as we work to build back stronger. 

Whether you have a one minute, 5 minutes or more than an hour, we want to hear from you.  

Have 1 minute? Share One Idea. 

Have 5 minutes? Take the Survey.

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Things to Know & Upcoming Events

    Upcoming Events: 

    • Business Q&A with Larimer’s Health Department - All businesses are invited to join the County on the fourth Thursday of each month. Join the 1-hour session on Thursday, October 28 at  2 p.m. via Zoom. To help make this session as informative and helpful as possible, please submit your questions in advance.

    Sign up for weekly updates from the City of Fort Collins Emergency Preparedness and Security COVID-19 newsletter at fcgov.com/eps/coronavirus

    Check out ForFortCollins.com for tools and resources created to help your business reopen safely and strongly while gaining support from loyal customers and community members.

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