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Latest Vaccine News 3/1/2021:

During the late afternoon on Friday, February 26, Osceola Community Health Services received another shipment of 100 prime doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination, and subsequently organized clinics this week for individuals aged 65 and older, an off-site clinic for manufacturing workers, and a boost dose clinic for individuals completing their vaccine in Phase 1B Tier 1.

Over the weekend, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine was FDA approved for emergency use. OCHS anticipates more information from the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) regarding distribution of the new vaccine throughout the state.

If you have not signed up for your COVID-19 vaccination, please fill out the secure form below. OCHS will reach out to you when you are eligible to receive your vaccination.

OCHS thanks you for your continued patience and support as we continue to immunize our community members. We will continue to share the most current updates.

WARNING: Scam calls regarding the COVID-19 vaccine have been circulating locally. Please be vigilant and note that OCHS will only ask for your name, date of birth, and phone number we may reach you at when contacting you to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic. A legitimate public health office will never ask for any personal information such as your social security number, Medicare information, bank account numbers, etc.

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If you are interested in receiving the COVID-19 Moderna vaccination, please complete and submit the secure form below to be added to the list.

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