"When can I get the COVID vaccine?" Many Iowans are asking this question. Here's what we know right now.
Look at the chart below to find your age group to see if you or your loved ones qualify for the coronavirus vaccine in Iowa.
Iowans 65 and older will qualify for the COVID-19 vaccine starting Feb. 1, state officials announced Jan. 21. But they caution it may take weeks longer for people to receive vaccines because there is currently not enough supply to meet demand.
» Read more: Q&A: What we know about Iowa's COVID vaccine plan
This graphic was updated with information available as of Jan. 21, 2021.
Source: Iowa Department of Public Health and local health departments.
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