Taos Vaccine Information
You Can Still Get Vaccinated in Taos.
Holy Cross Hospital is offering free vaccinations outside the hospital on Wednesdays from 1 to 3pm.
Pre-register at www.VaccineNM.com
There are also several other locations in Taos County where you can get vaccinated. The easiest way to find a vaccination site and register for your vaccine is by visiting www.VaccineNM.org.
You can also call 1 (855) 600-3453 and register by phone.
We will update the community when the new Holy Cross Hospital vaccination site is setup.
The 2-dose Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine is no longer under the emergency use authorization by the FDA and is officially approved for individuals 16 or older. The public can be confident that the vaccine now meets the high standards for safety, effectiveness and manufacturing quality that the FDA requires to approve a vaccine. Learn more at: www.fda.gov/news-events/press-announcements/fda-approves-first-covid-19-vaccine
Current options for scheduling a vaccine include:
- Smith’s Pharmacy
- El Centro Family Health – Taos
For more information and to schedule an appointment at any location visit: vaccinenm.org
General Vaccine Information
All New Mexicans age 12 and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccine.
Over 75% of New Mexicans over the age of 18 have at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Over 55% of New Mexicans 12-17 have at least one dose of the vaccine. There is not a vaccine approved for children under 12.
A third dose of the vaccine is already being encouraged for individuals who a have compromised immune systems and there will most likely be an additional 3rd dose of the vaccine available this year for the general public. Registration for the 3rd dose will also be at www.VaccineNM.org when it is available.
The best source for vaccination related information in New Mexico is the New Mexico Department of Health. We strongly encourage that you take the time to learn about your options for getting vaccinated.