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As of April 5, all Iowans age 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccine supply has increased significantly, and anyone that wants a vaccine should get their vaccine now. Information on Linn County vaccine providers can be found at LinnCounty.org/Vaccine. For vaccine providers in Iowa, visit the Vaccinate Iowa webpage.
For help with scheduling an appointment:
For help with transportation to an appointment:
Linn County will receive approximately 4,800 doses of COVID-19 vaccine the week of April 26.
Informational sessions about the COVID-19 vaccine were held on April 17 and 19. The recording is available at https://www.iowacovidinfo.org/recordings. A session in Spanish will be held on April 24. There is no fee or registration required and the sessions are open to all. Full details can be found here: https://www.iowacovidinfo.org/
For questions about COVID-19 vaccine in Linn County:
Please sign up to receive email notifications for COVID-19 Status Updates to keep up-to-date on vaccine rollout updates and other important information regarding COVID-19 response. For assistance with signing up for updates, view this video. In addition to the Linn County COVID-19 vaccine website LinnCounty.org/Vaccine, updates will also be shared on Facebook and Twitter. For questions on COVID-19 vaccine in Linn County, call 319-892-6097. Stay tuned to local news outlets for updated information.
Note: The State of Iowa has transitioned from reporting positive individuals to positive tests. Linn County will continue to report positive individuals. Therefore, numbers from the state and Linn County dashboard will not match.
Additional data on COVID-19 cases is available on Linn County’s case count dashboard.
Additional Linn County metrics are available on Linn County’s metrics dashboard.
For more COVID-19 information specific to Linn County, visit LinnCounty.org/COVID19.