Sibley, Iowa — In an effort to keep the residents of Osceola County updated on COVID-19 vaccination efforts, every other Friday afternoon Osceola Community Health Services Director of Public Health Pam Juber posts a video to social media.

In her report recorded Friday afternoon, April 30th, Juber says Osceola Community Health Services has resumed the use of the single-dose Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine.

Juber says vaccine demand in the Osceola County area, as well as around the state of Iowa, has dwindled in recent weeks.

As a result of the drop in demand for the COVID vaccine, she says Osceola Community Health Services will be scheduling vaccination clinics less frequently.

Juber’s April 30th Video Update can be viewed below…………..


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