Click HERE for information on pediatric COVID vaccines
  • CDC now recommends the Pfizer-BioNTech booster for those ages 12-15. Individuals are eligible 5 months after their primary series.
  • Positive at-home tests kit results are recommended to be disclosed to your local health department, although not mandatory. This is to help get a better understanding of community infection rates. To report your at home test kit results, click here for Hamilton County residents.
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Please contact your vaccine provider to receive a new card. If that’s not an option, Ohio residents click HERE,

Indiana residents click HERE, and Kentucky residents click HERE.

Click the button below to find a hospital, pharmacy, or medical provider with vaccines near you. Vaccines are free to all individuals.

The Pfizer vaccine is FDA-approved for individuals 16+, and is recommended for children ages 12-15.

COMMUNITY WALK-IN VACCINE SITES

Community locations are updated Monday through Friday.  To find a hospital, pharmacy or medical provider near you, click the above Vaccine Locator Map.

DATE

PROVIDER

LOCATION

ADDRESS

HOURS

VACCINE TYPE + NOTES

Monday-Tuesday

Tri-County Mall

11700 Princeton Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45246

8am-6pm

Pfizer, Moderna

Monday-Friday

Boone County Health Center

7505 Burlington Pike, Florence, KY 41042

8:30am-4pm

J&J, Pfizer

Monday-Friday

Campbell County Health Center

1098 Monmouth St., Newport, KY 41071

8:30am-4pm

J&J, Pfizer

Monday-Friday

Grant County Health Center

234 Barnes Road, Williamstown, KY  41097

8:30am-4pm

J&J, Pfizer

Monday-Friday

Kenton County Health Center

2002 Madison Ave., Covington, KY 41014

8:30am-4pm

J&J, Pfizer

Monday-Friday

Hamilton County Board of Elections

2300 Wall St., Cincinnati, OH 45212

10am-5pm

J&J, Pfizer, Moderna. All boosters available.

Tuesdays

Powel Crosley YMCA

9601 Winton Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45231

8am-3pm

J&J, Pfizer, Moderna. All boosters available.

Tuesdays-Fridays

2400 Clermont Center Drive

2400 Clermont Center Drive, Batavia, OH 45103

9am-12pm, 1-3pm

J&J, Pfizer, Moderna

Fridays

Trinity Lutheran Church

1553 Kinney Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45231

12-5pm

J&J, Pfizer, Moderna. All boosters available.

Friday-Saturday

Tri-County Mall

11700 Princeton Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45246

8am-6pm

Pfizer, Moderna

1/24/2022

Cincinnati Health Department

3101 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati OH 45229

9am-4pm

Pfizer (12+), Pfizer booster (12+). Appointments highly encouraged.

1/24/2022

Evendale Recreation Center

10500 Reading Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45241

10am-3pm

All vaccines and boosters available.

1/25/2022

Cincinnati Health Department

3101 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati OH 45229

2-4pm

Moderna (18+), Moderna booster (18+), J&J (18+), J&J booster (18+). Appointments highly encouraged

1/26/2022

Cincinnati Health Department

3101 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati OH 45229

9am-4pm

Pfizer (12+), Pfizer booster (12+). Appointments highly encouraged.

1/27/2022

Cincinnati Health Department

3101 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati OH 45229

9am-4pm

Moderna (18+), Moderna booster (18+), J&J (18+), J&J booster (18+). Appointments highly encouraged

1/27/2022

Hamilton County JFS

222 E Central Pkwy, Cincinnati, OH 45202 – 1st Floor

11am-2pm

All vaccines and boosters available.

1/28/2022

Cincinnati Health Department

3101 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati OH 45229

9am-4pm

Pfizer (12+), Pfizer booster (12+). Appointments highly encouraged.

1/29/2022

Hamilton County JFS

222 E Central Pkwy, Cincinnati, OH 45202 – 1st Floor

11am-2pm

All vaccines and boosters available.

1/29/2022

Cincinnati Health Department

3101 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati OH 45229

9am-4pm

Pfizer (12+), Pfizer booster (12+), Pfizer Pediatrics (5yo-11yo), Moderna (18+), Moderna booster (18+), J&J (18+), J&J booster (18+) Appointments highly encouraged.

1/29/2022

Colerain Township Administration Building

4300 Springdale Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45251

11am-4pm

All vaccines and boosters available. Nepali-Speaking translators on-site

THIRD DOSES FOR IMMUNOCOMPROMISED PEOPLE

CDC recommends a third dose of the mRNA (Pfizer or Moderna) vaccine for moderately or severely immunocompromised individuals.  Third doses can be administered 28 days following a second dose of an mRNA vaccine.

 

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

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

United Way of Greater Cincinnati 211 is coordinating ride assistance through Lyft and other local transport services, including Council on Aging and Cancer Justice Network. Dial “211” from any phone to request a ride, or reach out to  providers directly at:

  • Cancer Justice Network:  (513) 404-3882
  • Council on Aging for seniors ages 60+:  (855) 546-6352 or online

What are the available Vaccines?

vaccine comparison

Why should you get vaccinated?

Protective

Promising Results

Pandemic-Ending

Minimal Side Effects

Get OUT THE VAX is A REGION-WIDE COMMITMENT TO VACCINATE 80% OF THOSE ELIGIBLE