Pueblo’s COVID-19 Hotline 719-583-4444
GOV. ISSUES mandatory statewide mask order that goes into effect at midnight on July 16, 2020
The order requires people in Colorado who are 11 years and older to wear a covering over their noses and mouths. Learn more about the order.
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cdc.gov
- Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment COVID-19 website https://covid19.colorado.gov/
- Community Resource Guide for Food and Groceries around Pueblo County
- Isolation or Quarantine? What’s the Difference? Isolation or Quarantine (PDF)
- Local Solutions: Resources from Health Solutions and local partners
- SNAP benefit information due to COVID-19
- Check out our collection of helpful links and information for parents and kids on the Local Solutions page
- Preschool Learning and Kindergarten Readiness – Home Learning
- Click here for the latest info Pueblo School District 60 is joining with the Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE) and numerous Pueblo city and county agencies to coordinate updates to the community about issues and topics related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Health Solutions Crisis Living Room, open 24/7. Visit 1310 Chinook Ln. in Pueblo or call 719-545-2746.
Colorado Crisis Services offers free, confidential, professional, 24/7 support.
- Call 1-844-493-8255
- Text “TALK” to 38255
2-1-1 is a confidential and multilingual service connecting people to vital resources across the state. No matter where you live in Colorado, you can find information about resources in your local community.
Call 2-11 or (866) 760-6489
Text your ZIP CODE to 898-211
Pueblo County COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing
Pueblo’s Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing will continue through the end of the month every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Pueblo County has opened a drive-up testing site in Pueblo through June 30 to test anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, difficulty breathing and fever over 100.4 degrees).
Individuals tested must be inside an enclosed vehicle for safety. No walk-ups or motorcycles are allowed through the testing site.
All tests at the Colorado State Fairgrounds are self-administered. Everyone, including kids five years old and younger, must be able to do the test without assistance. Everyone not able to do the test without assistance will be turned away.
The site is open to neighboring counties. The first 250 individuals each day will have access to drive up testing. No physician order is required, and all testing is free.
1001 Beulah Avenue (enter through Gate 4 off Mesa Avenue and Gaylord Avenue).
When going to the community testing site at the Fairgrounds, you will be doing a new self-swab test in your vehicle. This test is less invasive, watch this video to learn how to administer the test. https://youtu.be/vsQVxsQY3jc
TeleHealth Services Offered
We are now offering our TeleHealth services to clients temporarily to help avoid the potential spread of COVID-19. This means if you want to see your provider via TeleHealth, you can speak to your provider through video chat.
- You will need a smart phone, tablet or a computer with a
camera and an email address.
- To get started, our support staff will send you a text message or e-mail that will allow you to access the TeleHealth system. (Depending on how you would like to receive the service)
The link will look like this:
- Your text or e-mail will include time and day of your appointment and a link to access your session. You will need to click on this link to start. This link will only work during your scheduled appointment.
If at any time you are having difficulty with this process, please ask one of our support staff for assistance. We are here to help you.