The pandemic has been difficult on all of us, changing aspects of our life that we would have never expected but we continue to adapt and overcome. And the people at Mesa County Public Health are excited about the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine, but they are asking the public for help as they need volunteers right now.

According to an article from KKCO, there are currently 200 volunteers but with many only working certain days or times it makes it difficult to manage all the registration tables, assisting those getting the vaccine and a variety of other roles as needed.

While no one is getting paid to volunteer their time many are feeling gratification from what they believe is helping the community and doing a little bit to change the world.

If you're interested in becoming a volunteer for Mesa County Public Health click here, to fill out their interest and agreement form for vaccine dispensing. If you want to know more about the positions they are looking to fill, click here.

If you're interested in when you're eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine all of that information is available through the Mesa County Public Health website or just click here.

If you have any more questions regarding becoming a volunteer for Mesa County Public Health you're encouraged to call their main phone number at (970)248-6900.

Click here to learn more about where Mesa County is currently within the color dial in accordance to public health and executive orders regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

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