Current Phase: Phase 1B
- This includes health care workers, first responders, essential workers or anyone age 65 and older.
- The state will move to an expanded Phase1B on February 25, 2021. Supply is expected to increase over time.
Where can I get a vaccine?
This list will be frequently updated as vaccination clinics and standing locations become available. Please check back.
Online Forms are available for Phase 1b: Essential Workers and Individuals 65+
This does not confirm a vaccination appointment, but guarantees that you will be contacted in the future. Find the form here.
If you want to be put on a waiting list, call the Carroll County Health Department and when enough doses of the vaccine are available they will schedule a clinic and start making appointments.
Vaccines will be made available to essential workers or people over 65 as they become available.
Call to be placed on the waiting list, 309-627-2812, ext. 240.
Second doses are available on March 3, sign up here.
All time slots for the February 19th clinic are full. This clinic has been rescheduled for February 26th.
Jo Daviess County
Jo Daviess County is currently vaccinating people in Phases 1A and 1B. This includes frontline essential workers, residents and staff of long-term care facilities, people over age 65 and those with either high risk of contracting the virus or with chronic health conditions.
From the Knox County Health Department: Vaccine shipment has arrived. Staff is reaching out to residents to make 2nd dose appointments.
"Please don't call to schedule your appointment. Wait for our staff to contact you," said the Knox County Health Department.
Hy-Vee in Galesburg is providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here.
Vaccines are available Monday through Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. There will be about 200 vaccines available per day.
The Mercer County Health Department is creating a waiting list for anyone in the Phase 1B category. Click here for information on how to register.
The department asks for residents to begin calling Friday, February 26 at 9 a.m.
Do not leave a message. If nobody answers, try again later.
Be prepared to provide your name, address, phone number and birthdate. You can register a maximum of two people at this time.
After entering the waitlist, you will be called at a future date when doses are ready. This call will come from one of the following numbers: 582-3759, 582-3761, 582-3762, 574-3264, 574-3265 or 574-3266. You must answer the call to receive an appointment.
Rock Island County
Health Department: The next two vaccination clinics will be inside the TaxSlayer Center: March 2 and March 9.
Second dose signup available here for the March 2nd clinic.
Jewel-Osco pharmacies will have the vaccine at stores in Moline, East Moline and Silvis. They will start taking appointments for healthcare workers in phase 1A. Sign up here.
Hy-Vee stores in Milan, Moline, Rock Island and Silvis are providing COVID-19 vaccinations. To make an appointment, eligible individuals can register here. Vaccines are available Monday through Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. There will be about 200 vaccines available per day.
For those who may not have access to computers or internet, or may need assistance signing up, Alternatives for the Older Adult has set up a Vaccine Support Center. The toll free phone number is 1-833-382-1314.
COVID-19 vaccine opportunity updates can be found here
Vaccine clinics are held every Wednesday (there is no clinic on February 24. There will be a clinic on February 26).
You can make an appointment only on the Monday before the scheduled clinic. Call 309-734-0823 between 8 a.m. and noon to make an appointment.
There is no waiting list for these appointments.
Current Phase: Phase 1A
- Healthcare workers, Long-term care facility residents
Stepping into Phase 1B:
- 65+, First responders, PK-12 school staff, Childcare workers
For updates concerning the COVID-19 vaccine, call the county's hotline at 563-244-3470 or visit their website.
Des Moines County
A vaccine clinic waitlist is being made.
To get on the list, call 319-208-5668. Leave your name, birthdate and phone number.
Vaccine clinics are on hold as the county waits for more vaccine doses.
If you are over 65, you can be added to their waitlist by emailing - email@example.com with your name, birthdate and zip code.
- Appointments for anyone 65 and older are being scheduled now through Community Health Centers of SE Iowa in Columbus City.
Call 319-728-7400 to schedule an appointment.
Appointments are available Monday through Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to noon.
- Tier 2 is getting underway soon. This is for people living with disabilities in assisted-care settings and are dependent on staff.
Attendant care staff or caretaking family members are eligible.
If this applies to you, call 319-532-3981.
- Vaccines are available at Columbus Junction Drugtown and Wapello Drugtown. Each pharmacy was allocated 100 doses this week.
To schedule an appointment, do so here.
Finishing up Phase 1A
Vaccinating Phase 1B. The total number of people in this phase is 20,000.
For Muscatine County residents who are 65 years and older: you will be contacted by your doctor, a pharmacy or public health entity once a vaccine is available.
The supply of COVID-19 vaccine in Scott County is VERY limited. Demand for the vaccine remains very high.
Not all members of a Priority Group or a Tier will be able to receive a vaccine immediately. Additional doses are expected most weeks. Please continue to follow the health department's Facebook page.
You can sign up for email updates from Scott County as vaccine information and sign-ups become available. Sign up for email updates here.
NOTE to those who you live in Scott County and are over 65 - If you do not have internet access or have no means of securing a vaccine appointment, please call 563-386-7477 ext. 230 for assistance. If there is no answer, leave your name and number. That's the number to CASI, the Center for Active Seniors, and they are working to help get people set up with vaccine appointments. They themselves are not distributing or administering vaccines, but they are taking it upon themselves to help.
Please only call if you have no other means of getting registered for a vaccine.
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