COVID-19 Vaccine
Last updated: April 6, 2021

Please check back often as this page will be updated as new information becomes available and as information changes.

CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE A COVID-19 VACCINE APPOINTMENT WITH THE BREMER COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Please visit Vaccine Finder to see what types of vaccine providers have in stock.

While vaccine supplies last
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eligible Iowans can schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at locations that are part of a Federal Retail Pharmacy Program operated by the Federal and State governments.
***Click here 
to schedule an appointment at a participating Walgreens-a Federal Retail Pharmacy Program .
***Click here 
to schedule an appointment at a participating CVS-a Federal Retail Pharmacy Program Partner.
***Click here to schedule an appointment at select HyVee locations in Iowa.
***Click here to schedule an appointment at select Walmart locations in Iowa.
***Click here to schedule an appointment at Meyer Pharmacy in Waverly, Iowa.
***Click here to learn more about the COVID-19 Vaccine and to find participating vaccine providers near you.

The Bremer County Health Department is coordinating the COVID-19 vaccine distribution efforts in Bremer County, Iowa.  Not everyone who is eligible for a vaccine will be able to schedule an appointment at this time. BCHD continues to work with all Bremer County vaccine providers to ensure vaccine will eventually be available to everyone who wants it. 

Right now, COVID-19 vaccines in Bremer County are available for persons in the graphic below:
Bremer County Graphic Vaccine Phases

If you are 65 years and older OR are 16-64 with a Pre-existing Condition, you will be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine through your Bremer County based medical providers and pharmacy when they have vaccine available.  Contact your Bremer County medical clinic or pharmacy for instructions on how to schedule an appointment.  Underlying health conditions can be found here.
***If you  do not have a medical provider or pharmacy, information on how to find a vaccine can be found here.***

Older adults can call 2-1-1 or 800-244-7431 to access a vaccine navigator for help with scheduling an appointment or transportation needs.

Older adults may also call their local Area Agency on Aging at 1-866-468-7887 for COVID-19 vaccine questions, transportation, and scheduling.

If you have general questions about the vaccine (unrelated to scheduling an appointment), call 211.  Resource specialists are available 24-hours a day to answer basic questions.  Call your health care provider with more specific questions to see if it is safe for you to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) can be found here.

Iowa's COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard
For information regarding statewide vaccine administration, statewide vaccine provider information, and the vaccines administered dashboard click here.

Additional COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Additional resources can be found here.

CDC Vaccine Resources
The CDC has a number of COVID-19 vaccine resources available here.

Iowa Infectious Disease Advisory Council (IDAC)
Iowa's Infectious Disease Advisory Council provides recommendations to the IDPH Director and Medical Director in developing COVID-19 vaccine distribution and therapy guidance in Iowa.  For more information regarding IDAC can be found here.