Due to the number of positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations across the country and locally, Linn County has closed most buildings to the public to help reduce community spread of the virus and to help ensure continuity of County services.
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All Iowans 16 and above are NOW eligible for vaccination, including the previous eligibility groups. Learn more, here.
Yes. Vaccine supply has increased, and anyone eligible for vaccine can get one now. Learn more from the CDC, here. Learn more from Vaccinate Iowa, here.
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No. Vaccine supply has increased significantly, and anyone that wants a vaccine should get their vaccine now.
The first doses of COVID-19 vaccine arrived in Linn County on December 15, 2020. This began the first phase, or Phase 1A, of vaccine distribution in our community. Because the supply of vaccine is very limited, a phased approach is being used to offer vaccine to populations most at risk. Populations to receive vaccine in the first phase were healthcare workers and residents and staff of long-term care facilities.