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Information on masks and vaccines at BCH

Visitation/Mask Policy

Due to respiratory virus season, please note the following:

  • Visitors under the age of 12 are not allowed in the inpatient units and surgery unless it is in the best interest of the patient.
    • This does not include outpatient services (ED, clinics, imaging, and lab). Click here for BCH's full visitation guidelines.
  • Masking is required for visitors and staff during direct patient contact in patients with high risk medical conditions in the following areas:
    • Family Birth Center’s special care nursery
    • 1North oncology and outpatient infusion
    • 3East outpatient infusion
    • Other areas as directed by medical providers for patients with high risk, immune compromising conditions

Masking is optional in all other areas and BCH facilities not listed above. Please, if you are sick or have respiratory symptoms, wear a mask to protect the health of others. Respect the decisions of others. Know you have the right to ask your care team to wear a mask.

Flu Vaccines

Patients who have a BCH primary care provider can schedule flu shots for the 2023-24 flu season. Please contact your primary care provider to schedule a flu shot. If you do not have a BCH primary care provider, click here to find one today. Flu shot FAQs.

COVID-19 Vaccines at BCH

Update as of Oct. 25, 2023

BCH is now administering updated Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for everyone ages 12 and older. Schedule the vaccination with a primary care provider today by calling 303-415-4015 or click here to find a primary care provider online. (Please check back often for updates on scheduling vaccinations for individuals 11 years and younger.)

Click here to learn more about the updated COVID-19 vaccine for Fall/Winter 2023.

Vaccines for Children

Children up to 18 years of age can get their recommended vaccines at any BCH primary care clinic. Please contact your child's primary care provider to schedule an appointment for any vaccinations they may need.

Please see below for charts outlining the recommended vaccine schedules for children aged 0-18.

Vaccines for 0-6

Vaccines for 7-18

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