Vaccine Clinic

NOTE:  The supply of COVID-19 vaccine in Scott County is VERY limited and the amount that comes into the community varies from week to week.  Demand for the vaccine remains very high.  Not all members of a Priority Group or a Tier will be able to receive a vaccine immediately.


Scott County COVID-19 Vaccine Supply:

For the remainder of February, Scott County will receive 2,250 first doses of vaccine each week.  These doses will be allocated between the two priority groups:

Priority Group

Given By


Individuals 65+ Years of Age

Scott County Health Department (SCHD) *Limited time only*

Genesis Health System

UnityPoint Health - Trinity

Community Health Care, Inc.

Registration for public clinics hosted by SCHD can be found at   *Limited time only* IMPORTANT:  Those younger than age 65 will not be vaccinated at the March 3, 2021 clinic for seniors. Appointments of people younger than age 65 have been removed.  Picture ID at the clinic is required. 

Healthcare providers will contact their 65+ patients to schedule them for vaccine as supply is available.

Seniors without a primary care provider or whose primary care provider is not part of the 3 listed should contact CASI for assistance: 563-386-7477.

Phase 1B, Tier 1 Scott County Health Department SCHD is contacting and scheduling these groups these groups directly.

For more information on vaccine for the 65+ and Phase 1B, Tier 1 priority groups, watch the 2/9/2021 update with local media.  It can be found here***This change does not impact 2nd doses for anyone that received a 1st dose at a health department clinic.

Patients of Genesis, UnityPoint Health - Trinity, and CHC can learn about how they will be contacted for COVID-19 vaccine through their provider here.


Vaccine Clinics FAQ:

How can I register for a COVID-19 vaccine?

  • At this time, there is no pre-registration to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.  Individuals in the 65+ priority group will be contacted by their primary care provider to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as supply is available.  See above information.
  • Register to receive updates on upcoming COVID-19 vaccination opportunities at: Subscribe to COVID-19 Vaccine Updates 
  • Only those individuals Phase 1 A and Phase 1B, Individuals 65+ years of age and individuals in Tier 1 are eligible to be vaccinated at this time.  
    • For Phase 1B, Tier 1 priority groups:  PK-12 staff, early childhood education, child care workers, and first responders (police, fire, DHS), we are working directly with their employers to get the Tier 1 priority groups scheduled for vaccinations.

When will vaccinations be available?

  • Clinics run by the Scott County Health Department for identified priority groups will be scheduled as weekly vaccine supply allows. 
  • Vaccination opportunities will continue to be sent out using our listserv.  Make sure to register for updates here: Subscribe to COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

Where will vaccinations be given?

  • See table above.
  • Clinics hosted by the Scott County Health Department will be held at the former Sears Department store building at NorthPark Mall at 320 W. Kimberly Rd., Davenport.  This is on the EAST side of the mall.
    • The site has lots of parking and is on multiple bus routes.
    • Individuals will enter from the SOUTH entrance (closest to JCPennys)
    • The clinics will be by appointment only – walk-ins will be turned away.
Pics of clinic site
Map of vaccination clinic

Scott County Health Department Vaccination Clinics:

Will I have to wait in line?

  • Vaccine clinics in Scott County will be by appointment only.  You will not be waiting in long lines to receive vaccine.

What proof do I need to bring to my appointment?

  • For individuals in Tier 1:
    • Identity verification: Photo form of personal identification: driver’s license, passport, or state identification
    • Employment verification: employer issued badge or identification or proof of licensure
  • All individuals coming to appointments will need to wear a mask the entire time.

Can I get a vaccine from my health care provider or pharmacy?

  • At this time, health care providers and pharmacies do not have vaccine for their patients. 
  • Health care providers from the health systems and others are helping with the clinics at Northpark Mall.

Priority Groups

I am not 65, but I have an underlying health condition.  Am I in Phase 1B? 

  • No, individuals with underlying health conditions are not included in Phase 1B.
  • Additional priority groups will be announced by the Iowa Department of Public Health.  Check back frequently for updates.

I care for a disabled family member.  Am I able to get vaccine in Phase 1B?

  • Individuals with disabilities are addressed in Phase 1B, Tier 2: External Link   
  • If the family member you care for is on a waiver or other program AND receives full-time care, the individual would be eligible under Phase 1B, Tier 2.
  • Individuals providing direct daily care for a disabled family member in a home setting that meet the above criteria may also be eligible under Phase 1B, Tier 2.
  • We will announce when we are beginning to vaccinate individuals in Phase 1B, Tier 2.

I am a veterinarian.  Am I able to be vaccinated in Phase IA or 1B?

  • No, veterinarians are not included in Phase 1A or 1B.
  • Additional priority groups will be announced by the Iowa Department of Public Health.  Check back frequently for updates.

I work at a frontline essential business.  Can I get vaccinated in Phase 1B?

  • Most Scott County businesses are not in Phase 1B.
  • The Infectious Disease Advisory Council’s updated guidance provides a narrow definition of businesses that qualify in Phase 1B, under Tier 2.
  • Local public health must identify business settings where outbreaks have occurred AND where social distancing is limited.
  • Have a representative from your business complete the Essential Worker survey on our website to help with planning for Phase 1B, Tier 2: Scott County COVID-19 Vaccine Planning Essential Worker/Business Survey

I had COVID-19 within the last 3 months and am in a priority group that can get vaccinated now.  Should I?

  • Talk with your primary care provider before scheduling an appointment.
  • There is no requirement that you must wait 90 days, however you may choose to based on what we expect is at least 90 days of immunity. 

Additional COVID-19 FAQs can be found: