COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Carroll County Iowa Residents

We at St. Anthony are here to help you get a COVID-19 vaccination.

If you are fully vaccinated for COVID-19, you can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance.

Teen vaccine****In addition, the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for those over 12 years old. 

We encourage parents with questions to talk to your child’s healthcare provider to learn more about the vaccine. And if your adolescent is behind on routinely recommended vaccines now would be a good time to make sure they get caught up.

Carroll County Public Health, health clinics, hospitals, and pharmacies continue to have adequate supplies of all vaccines available. To schedule the vaccine of your choice, click here for the list of available locations.

If you would like to receive your prime or boost dose from Carroll County Public Health, please call at (712) 794-5408 to be added to a group schedule. When CCPH reaches ten people, each person will be contacted and will schedule the vaccination time for that group.

You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after you receive the booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna or two weeks after a dose of Johnson & Johnson.

You will not be charged for a COVID-19 vaccination. If you have health insurance with a private provider, Medicare, or Medicaid your insurance can be billed for administering the shot.

Please share this information with family and friends. If you have the opportunity to get the vaccine, don’t pass it by. Let’s work together to keep everyone informed.

For additional information about the COVID-19 virus specific to the Carroll County, Iowa area visit here. 

What to expect after getting a COVID-19 vaccine.

Frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.



COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Panel Discussion: May 6, 2021

Chief Medical Officer and Iowa Heart cardiologist, Dr. Kyle Ulveling of St. Anthony Regional Hospital moderates this educational discussion about the COVID-19 vaccine. The panel includes Dr. John Evans of McFarland Clinic of Carroll along with Nicole Schwering, RN, BSN, and Sara Schulte, RN, BSN, of Carroll County Public Health.

Topics of discussion includes current statistics, safety concerns, herd immunity, and shared goals for the future.

In addition, the panel visits with Destiny Simons, a COVID-19 patient who continues to experience symptoms long after her acute infection.

Segment Title Discussed By
Part 1: Introduction and Destiny Simons, COVID-19 "long hauler" Moderator Kyle Ulveling, MD, CMO with  Destiny Simons
Part 2: If others have been vaccinated, why should I? John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll
Part 3: Why aren't we using natural immunity? John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll & Sara Schulte, RN, BSN, Carroll County Public Health Nurse
Part 4: Should I wait 90 days to be vaccinated after I have COVID-19? Nikki Schwering, RN, BSN, Carroll County Public Health Director, and John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll
Part 5: Adverse affects of the vaccine vs COVID-19 John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll
Part 6: Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll
Part 7: Are we being used as guinea pigs to test the vaccines? Nikki Schwering, RN, BSN, Carroll County Public Health Director
Part 8: Youth vaccine information Sara Schulte, RN, BSN, Carroll County Public Health Nurse
Part 9: Pregnancy, Fertility and the vaccines John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll
Part 10: Emerging variants and the booster shots John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll
Part 11: Importance of the 2 shot regimen Sara Schulte, RN, BSN, Carroll County Public Health Nurse
Part 12: What if we don't reach herd immunity? John Evans, MD, McFarland Clinic of Carroll
Part 13: Closing remarks and word of thanks Moderator Kyle Ulveling, MD, CMO
Complete Discussion Parts 1-13 

Carroll County COVID-19 Vaccine Sites

Site Name Site Location Phone Website
Carroll Apothecary 425 West Hwy. 30, Carroll (712) 792-2671 #1 Please call to schedule your appointment.
Carroll County Public Health Locations vary upon vaccine group size (712) 794-5408 Please call to schedule your appointment.
Hy-Vee Pharmacy 905 US Hwy 30, Carroll (712) 792-9093 https://www.hy-vee.com/my-pharmacy/covid-vaccine
Lincoln Highway Pharmacy 859 US Hwy 30, Carroll (712) 792-2402 Please call or visit https://stores.healthmart.com/lincolnhighwaypharmacy/stores.aspx  to schedule your appointment.
Manning Regional Healthcare Center 1550 6th St. Manning (712) 655-2072 https://www.mrhcia.com/
Manning Pharmacy 317 Main St., Manning (712) 655-2665 Please call to schedule your appointment.
McFarland Clinic 1214 S Grant Rd, Carroll (712) 792-1500 https://www.mcfarlandclinic.com/coronavirus/covid-19-vaccine
St. Anthony Clinic 405 S Clark St., Carroll (712) 792-2222 Please call to schedule your appointment.
Walgreens 105 East 6th St., Carroll (712) 792-4566 https://www.walgreens.com
Walmart 2014 Kittyhawk Rd., Carroll (712) 792-3033 https://www.walmart.com/cp/immunizations-flu-shots/1228302

Let's end COVID-19, one shot at a time!


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 buildings.
  • Please bring your insurance card with you. There will be no cost to you to receive the vaccine and you will not be billed. 

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