The vaccines are being provided in conjunction with local health departments across the state, where food processing workers are among the priority group now eligible for vaccination.
Anyone in Tiers 1-5 of Phase 1B is eligible for the clinic, which is expected to be the last large, public clinic targeted specifically to Phase 1B in Woodbury County, officials said.
Dickinson County's death toll now stands at 39, while Monona County has tallied 27 total COVID-19-related deaths.
Woodbury County tallied its 211th death, while Sac County added its 18th.
The pharmacy said in a Monday statement that it had 584 doses of the vaccine available.
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Woodbury County's death toll from the virus is now 210, with 13,535 total cases.
"My brother's gotten his. My two sisters have gotten theirs," said Anna Kounas, 72. "They've been lucky, but not me."
The next public clinic is planned for March 3, as long as vaccine is available.
The county's 13.3 percent positive test rate is far above the statewide mark of 7.5 percent.
No other Northwest Iowa counties rank in the top 30 by positivity rate.
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All public clinics are by appointment only, and eligible individuals must register for an appointment online. Identification showing proof of eligibility will be required at the appointment.
The number of facilities dealing with outbreaks over the weekend — seven — is down more than two-thirds from the 24 such outbreaks over Christmas.
Up to 3,000 doses of vaccines are expected to be administered in the first clinics in Tier 1B, which includes people 65 and older and other high-risk groups. Officials say they will announce dates "once we're ready for people to start signing up."
Siouxland District Health Department Director Kevin Grieme said vaccinations could take place at the Sioux City Convention Center.
Said Jacque Perez of the Norm Waitt Sr. YMCA: "Three months from now, what do you want to see change? "Then, when you get that vision, take that back even further and say, 'What can I do in the next seven days that'll get me closer to that?'"
A county health official said he expects vaccination of healthcare providers to finish in the next week or two. The health department would then be ready to move on to people 75 and older and others who are at high risk of exposure by Feb. 1.