Covid-19 Vaccine Information for Carroll County Iowa Residents

We at St. Anthony are here to help you and will continue to do our best to keep you informed about when and where you can get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Nationwide and locally, the allotment of doses and method of distribution will vary among sites, clinics, hospitals, and towns.  The information changes rapidly so we will update you as quickly as possible. When doses become available, information will be announced by newspaper, radio, email, social media, or on this page. You can help your local family members, neighbors, and friends by sharing vaccination information when it becomes available.

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Carroll County Public Health vaccine scheduling link will become LIVE HERE beginning at 9am on Monday, March 8, 2021

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COVID-19 Vaccination Update for Carroll County Residents
Message for March 5, 2021

Carroll County expects to receive 300 COVID-19 vaccine doses for the week of March 8th to be divided for distribution between St. Anthony Clinic, McFarland Clinic, and Manning Regional Healthcare Center. These clinics will contact their patients to schedule appointments.

The remaining doses will be scheduled by Carroll County Public Health and will be moving to tier 2 of phase 1B and also be working on all previous phases.

On Monday, March 8th, vaccine appointments with Carroll County Public Health be easily scheduled by going to this page. A link on that site will become active at 9am. *If you are over age 75, please continue to call 712-794-5835 to schedule an appointment.

Your patience is appreciated as appointments fill quickly.

HyVee in Carroll anticipates receiving a limited number of Moderna vaccine. If you are 65 and older, please watch their website, www.hyvee.com to schedule an appointment.

On Thursday, March 4th, 2021, the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced that individuals with specific medical conditions placing them at increased risk of severe illness if infected with COVID-19 would be eligible for vaccination in Iowa beginning March 8th, 2021. The conditions specified by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and IDPH are: cancer, chronic kidney disease, COPD, Down Syndrome, Coronary Artery Disease, Diabetes Mellitus, Heart Failure, Immunocompromise and Immunosupression (weakened immune system including individuals following transplant), Obesity and Severe Obesity, Pregnancy, Sickle Cell Disease, and Current Smokers.

The allotment of vaccines from the State to Carroll County has not yet increased. The supply of vaccines for the week of March 8-14, 2021 have been accounted for prior to the announcement that individuals with underlying conditions would become eligible. Carroll County Public Health, working in cooperation with St. Anthony Clinic, McFarland Clinic, and Manning Regional Healthcare Center, will begin the process of including vaccine eligible individuals with underlying conditions the week of March 15th.

Please share this information with family and friends who may not have internet access. Regardless of location, if you have the opportunity to get the vaccine, don’t pass it by. It is also very important to communicate with sites if you end up getting a vaccine in another location so that your dose can be released to someone else.


Carroll County COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

Site Name Site Location Phone Website
Carroll County Public Health

St. Anthony Regional Hospital-Carroll.
South entrance, 1st floor laboratory corridor

(712) 794-5835 https://www.stanthonyhospital.org/covid19vaccine/
Hy-Vee Pharmacy 905 US Hwy 30, Carroll (712) 792-9093 https://www.hy-vee.com/my-pharmacy/covid-vaccine
Manning Regional Healthcare Center 1550 6th St. Manning (712) 655-2072 https://www.mrhcia.com/
McFarland Clinic 1214 S Grant Rd, Carroll (712) 792-1500 https://www.mcfarlandclinic.com/coronavirus/covid-19-vaccine
St. Anthony Clinic-Carroll St. Anthony Regional Hospital-Carroll.
South entrance, 1st floor laboratory corridor
(712) 792-2222 https://www.stanthonyhospital.org/covid19vaccine/

Pending Carroll County COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

These pharmacies anticipate that they will be authorized to dispense vaccines in the future. Please check back often for updates.

Site Name Site Location Phone Website
Carroll Apothecary 425 West Hwy. 30, Carroll (712) 792-2671 https://www.carrollapothecary.com/
Lincoln Highway Pharmacy 859 US Hwy 30, Carroll (712) 792-2402 https://stores.healthmart.com/lincolnhighwaypharmacy/stores.aspx
Manning Pharmacy 317 Main St., Manning (712) 655-2665 Appointments will be made by phone. 
Walgreens Pharmacy 105 East 6th St., Carroll (712) 792-4566 https://www.walgreens.com/topic/promotion/covid-vaccine.jsp?ban=covidlp_vaccine_fy21
Walmart Pharmacy 2014 Kittyhawk Rd., Carroll (712) 792-2280 https://www.walmart.com/cp/1228302

We appreciate your patience.


CLICK HERE TO DETERMINE YOUR COVID-19 VACCINE PHASE AND TIER

Carroll County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Information

  • Please review this Emergency Use Authorization form prior to arrival. The link will also be sent to you after you make your vaccination appointment.
  • You cannot receive the vaccine if you are COVID positive and/or experiencing symptoms of COVID on the day of your vaccine. 
  • You cannot receive the vaccine if you are within 90 days of receiving the monoclonal antibody or convalescent plasma for the treatment of COVID-19. 
  • Everyone coming to the clinic MUST wear a mask. 
  • Plan on at least 30 minutes for the vaccine (potential waiting time, registration, administration, observation post vaccine).
  • If you have questions regarding if you should receive the vaccine, please contact your healthcare provider. 
  • Wearing a short sleeve shirt helps to access your arm to give the vaccine. 
  • Bring one person with you if you need help to get in and out of the building.
  • Please bring your insurance card with you. There will be no cost to you to receive the vaccine. 

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