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Pfizer appts available for ages 16-17:

City of Cincinnati, Children’s Hospital, Christ Hospital, Clermont County, Hamilton County, Mercy (Jewish, Mercy West), Premier (Atrium), St. Elizabeth, TriHealth, UC Health, Warren County

 

Get OUT THE VAX weekends

Get Out the Vax weekends will take place the 2nd and 4th weekends of April and May, and public transportation through Metro and TANK will be FREE (see below for all transport service details). Get Out the Vax is a new region-wide commitment to vaccinate 80% of those eligible (16+) by July 4th.

appointment scheduling

Eligible Ohioans may schedule an appointment through one of the vaccine providers listed. If you are having difficulty registering online, please dial 211 from any phone for assistance.
TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

Transport services are available for anyone who needs them.  During Get Out the Vax weekends (2nd and 4th weekends in April and May), bus rides are FREE courtesy of Metro and TANK.  For those not on a bus line, individuals may contact United Way of Greater Cincinnati 211 for ride assistance through Lyft. In addition, any seniors ages 60+ who need a ride to their appointment can request transport from Council on Aging at (855) 546-6352 or online here. 

 

Individuals of any age who need a ride to their appointment can contact the Cancer Justice Network at (513) 404-3882.  Please note that at least 2-3 days of notice is needed to arrange transport services through Council on Aging or Cancer Justice Network.

Helpline: (513) 584-DOSE
Helpline: (513) 862-6843
Helpline: (937) 276-4141
Daily 8:30am-5pm
Helpline: 866-624-0366
Scheduling: (513) 458-4515
Avondale: (513) 427-0007   Westwood: (513) 548-5899

Scheduling: (513) 954-0112

Text “vaccine” to 797979

Clermont County
Helpline: 866-211-5320
Helpline: (513) 357-7462
Helpline: (513) 732-5081
Additional vaccine providers in Southwest Ohio:

What are the available Vaccines?

Why should you get vaccinated?

Protective

Promising Results

Pandemic-Ending

Minimal Side Effects