MIDLANDS CLINIC will NOT be offering the Covid-19 Vaccine. Below you will find public health information regarding the Covid-19 vaccine from the Siouxland District Health Department.
The following information is for Siouxland area residents. Each state in the tri-state area has a different process for accessing the vaccine, but all states have qualifying criteria for who is eligible.
Woodbury County Residents–
- Information related to accessing the vaccine will be available on the SDHD (Siouxland District Health) COVID-19 Vaccination Information page.
- SDHD will be completing Tier 1A, health care professionals, before February 1, 2021.
- SDHD will then be posting the clinics that will be planned in partnership with the health care community for members of Tier 1B. This will require the online scheduling of appointments through a link on this website also. There will not be a waiting list created.
These initial clinics will only be available to individuals over the age of 65, PK-12 school staff, early childhood education, childcare workers, first responders (firefighters, police officers, and child welfare social workers). Proof of age or place of employment will be required for your appointment.
Public announcements will be made when these clinics are available, along with how individuals can receive assistance if they do not have access to the online process.
Plymouth County Residents–
- Information can be found at https://www.floydvalley.org/fvh-covid-19-info.html
- They are completing the Tier 1A and are beginning to schedule clinics for the second week of February. The information currently listed may be changing to reflect the Governor’s announcements from January 21, 2021. Appointments are required and currently, residents over the age of 75 are the only ones eligible to receive the vaccine.
South Dakota Information
- Union County SD Residents over the age of 65.
- South Dakota is currently vaccinating groups 1A, 1C, and 1D.
- Group 1A: Frontline health care workers, and long-term care facility health care workers.
- Group 1C: Emergency Medical Services, public health workers, lab workers, law enforcement, correctional officers, and those in patient care.
- Group 1D: People who are age 80 and over, transplant patients, and patients receiving cancer or dialysis treatment.
If you are in one of the above categories, you may go to the below link and sign up to be on the waitlist to receive the vaccine.
If you are not in one of these categories, please continue to monitor this site for updates for next priority groups to open up.
People without internet access will be able to call1-877-AT-AVERA.
- Currently serving individuals that are 65 and older. To schedule an appointment you can call (402) 987-2177 or complete their online survey at https://nalhd.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4UUR9VnXpP5DlBP.
This is only for individuals of Dakota county that are 65 and older at this time.