Iowa opens next phase of Covid vaccinations Quad Cities area LINKS

Iowa Department of Public Health

(Des Moines, IA) -- Iowa is expanding the list of who can get Covid vaccinations beginning today, moving into Phase 1B. This phase includes everyone over age 65, people with high risk health conditions, first responders, and others in key roles.

Phase 1A:"Paid and unpaid persons serving in healthcare settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials. Long-term care facility residents and staff."

Phase 1B:"Iowans living in residential care facilities, assisted living program, elder group home and independent living facility residents and people 65 years of age or older. People who play a key role in keeping essential functions of society running and cannot socially distance in the workplace... And adults with high-risk medical conditions who possess risk factors for severe COVID-19 illness."

The Iowa Department of Public Health has a new COVID-19 vaccination dashboard that tracks doses and other data. CLICK HERE

Appointments are required for the vaccinations.

Information for the Quad Cities area:

Scott County CLICK HERE

Clinton County CLICK HERE

Muscatine County CLICK HERE

Cedar County CLICK HERE

Jones County CLICK HERE

Dubuque County CLICK HERE

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