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Muscatine Co. still working through vaccinating Phase 1A

Officials with the Trinity Muscatine Public Health said they are still working through...
Officials with the Trinity Muscatine Public Health said they are still working through vaccinating Phase 1A and will not be done until mid-February.(idph, muscatine co health department)
Published: Jan. 21, 2021 at 2:05 PM CST
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MUSCATINE Co., Iowa (KWQC) - Officials with the Trinity Muscatine Public Health said they are still working through vaccinating Phase 1A and will not be done until mid-February.

“Governor Kim Reynolds’ announced today that Iowa is now expanding phase 1B to include Iowans, age 65 and older,” officials said in the Facebook post on Thursday. “The attached picture helps explain how phase 1B will be prioritized with our limited vaccine allocations from the stated/federal government.”

Public health officials in Muscatine County say they do not have a waiting list for those aged 65 - 74, however, they will be providing guidance in the coming weeks on how and where those in the target population can access their designated COVID-19 vaccine clinic.

For future announcements on vaccine clinics please watch their Facebook page, Muscatine County’s website at https://www.muscatinecountyiowa.gov/.

⚠️Update⚠️ Governor Kim Reynolds' announced today that Iowa is now expanding phase 1B to include Iowans, age 65 and...

Posted by Trinity Muscatine Public Health on Thursday, January 21, 2021

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