CCHD scheduling COVID-19 vaccinations for age 40+


CCHD scheduling for age 40+ and others

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Susan Jacobs, one of the many volunteers of the Clinton County Medical Reserve Corps, administers the COVID-19 vaccine to Mike Williams on Wednesday at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds.

Susan Jacobs, one of the many volunteers of the Clinton County Medical Reserve Corps, administers the COVID-19 vaccine to Mike Williams on Wednesday at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents wait 15 minutes after receiving their COVID-19 vaccination at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The wait is to see if there are any negative reactions to the vaccination.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Ken Messer receives his COVID-19 vaccine from Ebany George of the Clinton County Health District on Wednesday. Messer was one of many locals who received their first dose at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents wait 15 minutes after receiving their COVID-19 vaccination at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The wait is to see if there are any negative reactions to the vaccination.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Sally Buchanan, at far left, explains to locals what side effects to expect after receiving their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination on Wednesday at the Clinton County Health District POD (Point of Dispensing). Clinton County Health Commissioner Pamela Walker-Bauer said they would administer about 500 vaccinations between 9 a.m. and noon Wednesday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

WILMINGTON – The Clinton County Health District is now scheduling for COVID-19 vaccination appointments including those individuals 40 years old and older, those in certain occupations and those with certain qualifying medical conditions.

Currently, the CCHD is providing only the Pfizer brand of COVID vaccine — a two-dose vaccine given three weeks or greater apart; There is no maximum threshold requirement between the two doses.

Ohio Phase 1E

CCHD is now scheduling for those individuals with specific medical conditions:

• Cancer

• Chronic Kidney Disease

• Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

• Heart Disease

• Obesity

For a complete list of those conditions, visit https://bit.ly/3psmhGr .

How to register

Eligible Clinton County residents may register in two ways on-line OR by phone as we continue to accommodate our citizens not comfortable with electronic technology:

1. Online at https://bookclintoncovidvax.timetap.com/#/

2. By phone: Call 937-382-3829 and follow the message prompts

The CCHD will no longer require vaccine pre-registration. Appointments may be immediately scheduled on-line at the link above. There are approximately 130 appointment times available on Thursday, March 18.

Additional dates and time slots will be added as vaccine supply becomes available. Check back often.

Please visit our website at https://co.clinton.oh.us/departments/HealthDistrict .

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Susan Jacobs, one of the many volunteers of the Clinton County Medical Reserve Corps, administers the COVID-19 vaccine to Mike Williams on Wednesday at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/03/web1_DSC_0059.jpgSusan Jacobs, one of the many volunteers of the Clinton County Medical Reserve Corps, administers the COVID-19 vaccine to Mike Williams on Wednesday at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents wait 15 minutes after receiving their COVID-19 vaccination at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The wait is to see if there are any negative reactions to the vaccination.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/03/web1_DSC_0041.jpgLocal residents wait 15 minutes after receiving their COVID-19 vaccination at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The wait is to see if there are any negative reactions to the vaccination. John Hamilton | News Journal

Ken Messer receives his COVID-19 vaccine from Ebany George of the Clinton County Health District on Wednesday. Messer was one of many locals who received their first dose at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/03/web1_DSC_0046.jpgKen Messer receives his COVID-19 vaccine from Ebany George of the Clinton County Health District on Wednesday. Messer was one of many locals who received their first dose at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds. John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents wait 15 minutes after receiving their COVID-19 vaccination at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The wait is to see if there are any negative reactions to the vaccination.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/03/web1_DSC_0062.jpgLocal residents wait 15 minutes after receiving their COVID-19 vaccination at the Expo Center at the Clinton County Fairgrounds on Wednesday. The wait is to see if there are any negative reactions to the vaccination. John Hamilton | News Journal

Sally Buchanan, at far left, explains to locals what side effects to expect after receiving their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination on Wednesday at the Clinton County Health District POD (Point of Dispensing). Clinton County Health Commissioner Pamela Walker-Bauer said they would administer about 500 vaccinations between 9 a.m. and noon Wednesday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/03/web1_DSC_0063.jpgSally Buchanan, at far left, explains to locals what side effects to expect after receiving their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccination on Wednesday at the Clinton County Health District POD (Point of Dispensing). Clinton County Health Commissioner Pamela Walker-Bauer said they would administer about 500 vaccinations between 9 a.m. and noon Wednesday. John Hamilton | News Journal
CCHD scheduling for age 40+ and others

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