Ready to be Vaccinated?


To find a location near you, click on the button below.  Click each location or search by address to view days/hours for walk-ins, type of vaccine, and if the site vaccinates children

Vaccines are free to all individuals, and locations on the map offer open public clinics. Children ages 12-17 are eligible to be vaccinated with Pfizer. Individuals who need a ride to a vaccine location should call United Way 211 for transportation assistance

Already Vaccinated?


The following rewards are available to those who have been vaccinated.



  • Krispy Kreme: Offering a free original glazed donut
  • MLS: 30% discount for in stadium merch
  • NFL: 25% off merchandise
  • Reds: $10 dollar tickets
  • Anheuser-Busch: Free beer if 70% of adults are vaccinated by July 4th


  • CVS Health: Over 1000 trips and prizes raffled to those vaccinated at participating CVS locations, enter here.
  • Kroger: Win 1,000,000 dollars or free groceries for a year when an adult (18+) is vaccinated at a Kroger location, enter, or schedule your vaccine here.
  • Spotify: Vouchers for tickets to live shows raffled to adults (18+) who are vaccinated and enter by tweeting #SafeBeforeShows and #Sweepstakes as well as their reason excited to enjoy live music again, rules and details here.


Full list of incentives available nationally is here



Children ages 12-15 are now eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine. In the Cincinnati region, providers listed below offer open public clinics to vaccinate children ages 12-17 with Pfizer. Vaccines are free to all individuals.  Individuals/families do not need to be patients at these providers to receive a vaccine. Parents/guardians must be present to provide consent.  Parents with questions are encouraged to reach out to their child’s pediatrician.


To schedule an appointment, click on a provider link below. To view available days and times for walk-ins, please refer to the Walk-In schedule below.



Get Out the Vax is a region-wide commitment to vaccinate 80% of those eligible by July 4th. Please see below for details on public transportation options.


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
Helpline: (513) 584-DOSE
Helpline: (513) 862-6843
Helpline: (937) 276-4141
Daily 8:30am-5pm
Helpline: 866-624-0366
Scheduling: (513) 458-4515
Scheduling: (513) 715-5044

Scheduling: (513) 954-0112

Text “vaccine” to 797979

Clermont County
Helpline: 866-211-5320
Helpline: (513) 357-7462
Helpline: (513) 732-5081

What are the available Vaccines?

vaccine comparison

Why should you get vaccinated?


Promising Results


Minimal Side Effects