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What we know about Iowa’s COVID vaccine plan: Who’s eligible, can I sign up, where can I get it and more answers
We’ve received many questions from readers about Iowa’s COVID-19 vaccine plan. Here’s what we know, updated often as we learn more information.
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Vaccine Hunter, the website that automatically collects open COVID-19 vaccine appointments from across the state, was created in March by Ankeny resident Todd Brady. The 37-year-old software developer wanted a solution to the challenges Iowans were facing in finding a shot.
A year ago, with no vaccine in sight, many wondered if large gatherings in theaters, music venues and sporting events ever would return in large numbers, and push those industries to financial viability.
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Johnson County residents aged 16 and older are eligible to sign-up for a large COVID-19 vaccine clinic that will be hosted in Iowa City Saturday. Hy-Vee, the hosting pharmacy, plans to administer 1,000 Pfizer doses this weekend.
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Nearly 100 first-year pharmacy students practiced vaccinating peers Tuesday. Certification means they can be part of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
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’The good news is that this was a very effective vaccine that did induce antibodies’
On Tuesday morning, the Iowa Department of Public Health advised vaccine providers across the state to pause administration of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Johnson & Johnson. Federal officials say they’re investigating six U.S. cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot that occurred in six people after receiving the shot.
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Downtown Cedar Rapids will be host to a large, 24-hour COVID-19 vaccine clinic this weekend in an effort to reach populations that need flexible hours for scheduling a shot. The vaccine clinic will be hosted by Reutzel Pharmacy in collaboration with Linn County Public Health and the Iowa Pharmacy Association.