SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – UPDATE: Siouxland District Health Department (SDHD) said that the phone line to make appointments is closed, but appointments are still available.

SDHD said the phone line will open back up at 8:00 a.m. Friday morning and appointments are still available online.

The next COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be on March 25, 29, and 30 at the Tyson Events Center.

These clinics will be for those who need to receive the first dose of the vaccine. Eligible groups include Phase 1A, Phase 1B, and anyone 16-years-old and older with underlying conditions that could put them at an increased risk of severe illness.

You can visit the SDHD website for more information or to make an appointment.


PREVIOUS: Vaccination registration will open on Thursday afternoon for Siouxlanders who want to make an appointment.

The next COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be on March 25, 29, and 30 at the Tyson Events Center.

These clinics will be for those who need to receive the first dose of the vaccine. Eligible groups include Phase 1A, Phase 1B, and anyone 16-years-old and older with underlying conditions that could put them at an increased risk of severe illness.

Visit the CDC’s website to find a list of underlying health conditions.

Online registration for these clinics can be accessed at the Siouxland District Health Department website beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday.

Residents that don’t have internet access can call 712-234-3922 starting at 3 p.m. on Thursday to register. The SDHD asks people who have internet access to use the website instead of the phone number to help keep the line open for those who need it.

The following groups are eligible to register for a vaccination appointment:

  • First responders including firefighters, police officers, and child welfare social workers
  • PK-12 school staff, early childhood education staff, and childcare workers
  • Food, agriculture, distribution, and manufacturing workers who live or work in congregate settings that do not allow for social distancing
  • Individuals with disabilities living in home settings that are dependent on attendant care staff, and their attendant care staff
  • Staff of and individuals living in congregate settings (not including college dormitories)
  • Inspectors responsible for hospitals, long-term care, and child safety
  • Correctional facility staff
  • Individuals age 65 and older
  • Phase 1A healthcare workers who have not received their first dose of vaccine
  • Individuals age 16 years of age and older with underlying conditions that may put them at increased risk of severe illness

This eligibility group includes a large percentage of Woodbury County residents, and not everyone who qualifies will be able to get a vaccine right away. The SDHD said they will make sure everyone who wants a vaccine will get one, and they appreciate the community’s patience.