Muscatine County COVID-19 Vaccine
How will the COVID-19 vaccine work?
A COVID-19 vaccine will help our bodies develop immunity to the virus that causes COVID-19 without us having to get the illness. Vaccines train the immune system to prevent infections and illness by making antibodies and special white blood cells.
How is vaccine being distributed?
Vaccine is now being distributed to all individuals 12 and older. Please click here to find the closest vaccine clinic to you and sign up on the associated website.
How will I know when I can receive vaccine?
Anyone 12 & up can get the vaccine at your nearest clinic. Trinity Muscatine Public Health and partners are sharing information on this page, our Facebook page, and on the Muscatine County website as the county moves from one phase to the next.
Learn about the vaccine - ask questions and get the answers you need so you are ready to get the vaccine when it's your turn:
CDC's Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccination: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/faq.html
Iowa Department of Public Health:
Protect Yourself and Others
In the meantime, the best ways you can protect yourself from COVID-19 is by:
- Wearing a mask whenever you are out and about
- Keeping your distance from others
- Staying away from group gatherings outside your immediate household
- Staying home if you develop symptoms of illness
- Getting tested if you believe you may have COVID-19