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Delaware County Announces Second COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Delaware County has announced their second COVID-19 vaccine clinic.

Regional Family Health will host a COVID-19 vaccine clinic Wednesday, February 3rd starting at 3 pm. Supply is VERY limited for this clinic with only 100 doses available. This clinic is for those age 65 and older. Appointments are required and will be booked on a first-come first-served basis.

Phone lines will open to schedule appointments today (February 2nd) at 2 pm and no earlier. Call 563-927-7600.

Once the clinic is filled, there will be a voicemail on this number indicating as such. They are not maintaining a waiting list.

The intention for the clinics they are holding is to get Delaware County residents and those served by Regional Medical Center and Regional Family Health vaccinated.

Please do not call Regional Family Health, Regional Medical Center, or Delaware County Public Health in advance to try to schedule an appointment. Appointments will only be booked via phone calls made to 563-927-7600 starting at 2 pm today, February 2nd. No exceptions will be made.

What to expect during your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment:

  • Screening at the door (answer COVID-19 questions & have temperature taken)

  • Face Mask Required (worn over your nose & mouth)

  • Bring a photo ID

  • Please do not bring extra people to your appointment–only those there for their vaccine (or a driver/support person if needed)

  • Anticipate for appointment to last 30-45 minutes

Regional Family Health expects this vaccine clinic to fill very fast; however, rest assured there will be more vaccine clinics to come. Stay up-to-date with COVID-19 vaccination information by signing up alerts at regmedctr.org/covid-vaccine-update

Until the COVID-19 vaccine is widely available, it is critical that Iowans continue to practice the mitigation measures to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

  • Wear a mask over your nose & mouth

  • Stay 6 feet away from others

  • Gather virtually or outdoors

  • Make sure that indoor spaces are well ventilated

  • Stay home when able

  • Wash your hands frequently

  • Stay home when you are ill (even mildly sick)

  • Get your flu shot


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