Linn County buildings reopen to the public on June 7, 2021. Services also remain available remotely.
Contact information for all departments is available online.
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Linn County COVID-19 response partners held a briefing on January 13. View the recording here.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) makes vaccination recommendations for priority groups, including those for COVID-19 vaccines, with input from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). The state of Iowa has also convened the Infectious Disease Advisory Council (IDAC) to provide additional guidance for vaccine rollout in the state of Iowa.
On January 12, Phase 1b priority populations were released by the state, and include individuals who are age 75 and over, as well as other high risk populations. The state has announced they plan to begin Phase 1b no later than February 1, 2020, with the timeline subject to change. Linn County is currently in the first phase of vaccine distribution, or Phase 1a. Vaccine supplies continue to arrive to our state and county very slowly. However, Linn County Public Health anticipates being on track to move with the state of Iowa to Phase 1b. If Iowa revises its distribution plan, Linn County Public Health will follow this guidance and provide information on how, when and where to receive a vaccination.
We know individuals are eager to receive vaccine. Keep in mind this important information on vaccine for individuals:
Please sign up to receive COVID-19 Status Updates to stay apprised of vaccine rollout updates and other important information regarding COVID-19 response.
For questions about COVID-19 vaccine in Linn County:
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.