FORT CARSON, Colo. – Evans Army Community Hospital (EACH) is now offering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at various Fort Carson locations and has expanded COVID-19 testing hours at the Centralized Screening and Testing Center (CSTC).
In support of the DOD’s effort to vaccinate every eligible service member to improve readiness, the COVID-19 vaccination site at William “Bill” Reed Special Events Center (SEC) is also providing required Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines to Fort Carson military personnel in coordination with unit operations teams.
The COVID-19 vaccination site at the SEC is available only for active-duty service members. If you are not an active-duty service member, please do not visit the SEC for a vaccine. Vaccinations for active-duty service members are coordinated between unit operations teams.
The Mountain Post Soldier Center (MPSC) is offering Moderna COVID-19 vaccines to active-duty service members in processing at Fort Carson, civilian personnel, contractors, and immunocompromised TRICARE beneficiaries enrolled at EACH. Active-duty service members can also receive a second Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at this location. Walk-ins are available from 8 to 10 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. at the MPSC located at 6351 Wetzel Avenue, building 1525.
TRICARE beneficiaries enrolled to EACH can schedule an appointment with their primary care clinic to receive the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine by calling the Colorado Military Health System Access to Care Line at (719) 526-2273.
TRICARE beneficiaries who are not enrolled to EACH are encouraged to receive a COVID-19 vaccine from their primary care team, a TRICARE-network pharmacy location, and a local or Colorado health department COVID-19 vaccination site. For more information, visit www.tricare.mil/covidvaccine or www.vaccines.gov.
Symptomatic and asymptomatic COVID-19 testing for official government travel is available for TRICARE beneficiaries, civilian personnel and contractors at the CSTC. Please bring your DOD ID card and wear a mask when visiting EACH.