Vaccines

 

Governor DeWine announced a tiered system for offering vaccinations to the estimated 2.2 million people who are eligible for the vaccine under this phase 1B, beginning with those who are 80 or older.

Please Note: A set number of names is then taken after open slots fill within each registration period as an "on-call" list. These are used in the case there is someone that misses an appointment. This only happens during registration. No names are taken outside of this registration window.

The week of Feb 22 -Ohioans 65 years of age and older will or those with qualifying health issues are eligible to receive the vaccine. Find out more about the conditions that qualify. https://bit.ly/3s0E1dy

Clinic Date  Scheduling Date Status

Feb 26, 8 am - 1 pm

Feb 19

Scheduling Full

Mar 4, 8 am - 6 pm

Feb 26, Noon

Registration begins at noon, Feb 26, via phone (419) 728-0642 and online - click here

 

Process: Registration opens after we receive our vaccines each week.
  • Registration consists of choosing a time for your vaccination and is open until the spots are filled. This happens very quickly due to the minimal number of vaccines we have been receiving. 
  • When you register, you are confirmed for your time to be vaccinated - both the first and second doses. When you sign up, you will have a slot and know what time you are getting your vaccine. There is no need to wait for a call back.
  • We only take registration during the posted window. Once spots are filled, registration will be closed until after the next shipment is confirmed.
  • Spots on the online sign up are reserved for phone registrations.

While you Wait

Here are some things you can do while you wait for your vaccine.

  1. Talk to your health care provider to be sure this is the right time for you to get a vaccine if you:

    • Are pregnant or breastfeeding.

    • Have underlying health conditions.

    • Ever had a severe allergic reaction (e.g., anaphylaxis) to something. For example, a reaction for which you were treated with epinephrine or EpiPen®, or for which you had to go to the hospital.

    • Received passive antibody therapy (monoclonal antibodies or convalescent serum) as treatment for COVID-19 in the last 90 days.

    • Have a weakened immune system caused by something such as HIV infection or cancer or do you take immunosuppressive drugs or therapies.

    • Have a bleeding disorder or are you taking a blood thinner.

  2. Delay getting a COVID-19 vaccine if you've had any other vaccine within the last 2 weeks.

  3. Review these resources

  4. Don't get a vaccine if you're feeling sick.

  5. Wear short sleeved shirt to your appointment.

  6. Plan to stay for 15-30 minutes after your vaccine to make sure you don't have a severe reaction.