Fighting Covid-19 in the Cincinnati Region

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March 29: FDA authorized second booster dose of two COVID-19 vaccines for 50+ and immunocompromised individuals. Read More

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Request an in-home visit:  If you live in the City of Cincinnati/Hamilton County, you may request an in-home COVID-19 vaccine HERE, or call 513-999-2312 (select option 2).

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Request an in-home visit:  If you live outside the City of Cincinnati/Hamilton County and need to request an in-home visit, please contact your local public health department (COVID-19 vaccines only). 

wdt_ID Name of Organization Website Phone Other Ages
1 PUBLIC SITES
2 Butler County Health Department http://health.bcohio.us/schedule_for_a_vaccine_clinic/index.php (513) 863-177 All ages 5+. Appts available now. Limited walk-in hours
3 Center Point Health Franklin https://healow.com/apps/jsp/webview/openaccess/widgets/uc/ucFacility.jsp?apu_id=24986&facility_id=2 (513) 318-1188 All ages 5+. Appts available now
4 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Community Clinics - Burnet, Liberty, and Green Township Campuses https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/patients/coronavirus-information/vaccines/schedule (513) 636-4293 All ages 5+. Appts availble now. Limited walk-in hours
5 Cincinnati Health Department - Burnet Ave Clinic https://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/health/covid-19/vaccine-information-sign-up/schedule-an-appointment/ (513) 357-7200 All ages 5+. Appts available now
6 Clermont County Public Health https://ccphohio.org/covid-19-vaccine-info/ (513) 732-7499 All ages 5+. Appts available now
7 Clinton County Health District https://co.clinton.oh.us/departments/HealthDistrict/HealthDepartment-COVID-19 (937) 382-3829 All ages 5+. Appts available now
8 Hamilton County Public Health - Check schedule for locations. https://www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org/covid19/ (513) 946-7800 All ages 5+. Walk-ins only
9 Healthcare Connection - Lincoln Heights Health Center https://healthcare-connection.org/covid19-2/ (513) 588-3623 All ages 5+. Appts availble now
10 HealthSource of Ohio - Eastgate Pediatrics and Georgetown Pediatrics https://www.healthsourceofohio.org/coronavirus-updates/covid-19-vaccination-registration/ Check website for location phone number 5-11 only. Appts available now
11 Northern Kentucky Health Department - multiple locations https://nkyhealth.org/individual-or-family/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19-home/covid-19-vaccination/ Check website for location phone number 5-11 only. Appts available now
12 Sterling Rapid Repsonse https://healthcollab.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Sterling-Rapid-Response-Pediatric-Clinic.pdf (513) 954-0112 All ages 5+. Walk-ins only
13 UC Health - Hoxworth Center https://www.uchealth.com/en/covid-19/covid-19-vaccine/vaccine-distribution (513) 584-3673 All ages 5+. Appts available now
14 Warren County Health District https://warrenchd.com/c19-vaccine (513) 695-1229 All ages 5+. Appts availble now
15 Win Med - Winneste https://winmedinc.org/index.htm Check website for location phone number All ages 5+ Appts Available now
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Additional Doses

The FDA authorized a 2nd booster dose of COVID-19 vaccines for 50+ and immunocompromised individuals.

Conditions include:

  • active cancer treatment for tumors or cancers of the blood
  • organ transplant recipients who take medication to suppress the immune system
  • moderate or severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome, advanced or untreated HIV infection
  • active treatment high-dose corticosteroids or other immunosuppressive drugs

For more information and FAQs about getting a third dose, please visit CDC.GOV

Available Vaccines

Frequently Asked Questions

What are common side effects of vaccines in children?

Most participants (children and adults) in clinical trials had minimal side effects from the vaccine.

The most common side effects are:
• Mild fever
• Chills
• Feeling tired
• Headache
• Muscle and joint aches
• Pain, swelling, or redness where the shot was given

Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe for children?

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective for both children and adults. COVID-19 vaccines have been used under the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history, which includes studies in children. Getting a COVID-19 vaccination can help protect your child from getting COVID-19, and may help keep your child from spreading the virus to others. The vaccine can also help keep your child from getting seriously sick even if they do get COVID-19.

How many doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine do children need to get?

Children aged 5- to 11-years-old need to get two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine three weeks (approximately 21 days) apart for full vaccination. The vaccine dose for 5- to 11-year-olds is one third of the dose adults receive. The smaller dose works just as well in children because their immune systems are stronger than those of adults.

Will my child get sick with COVID-19 from the vaccine?

No, your child can’t get COVID-19 from any COVID-19 vaccine.

Is it safe for pregnant women to take the vaccine?

Yes, COVID-19 vaccines are safe during pregnancy. If you are pregnant, speak with your healthcare provider to help you decide when to get vaccinated.

When can children get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Children aged 5 years and older are able to get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. Children who are unvaccinated should continue to wear a mask in public spaces and around people they don’t live with.

Can fully vaccinated children still get COVID-19?

Children and adults who are fully vaccinated are at lower risk of getting COVID-19. The COVID-19 vaccine also protects people from death and hospitalization. However, if a fully vaccinated person does get infected, they will most likely have mild or no symptoms at all.

Does the vaccine cost money?

The COVID-19 vaccine is free to all individuals regardless of insurance, immigration, or financial status.

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