COVID Vaccine Tough to Find


Good Luck finding a place with the vaccine and available appointments to get it.

Ohio is starting to vaccinate people 80 and over for COVID 19 but it is going to be up to those people or their families to find a place to go to get the protection from the coronavirus. Unlike other states, Ohio does not have a centralized site to make appointments and people are on their own to try and find a place to get a shot which has available vaccine.

The state now has online at their coronavirus website a list of providers and their locations across the state but most of the locations we have checked in southwest Ohio no longer have any appointments available.

Here is the link.

Kroger has the vast majority of the locations to register to get shots and you can make appointments thru their website once additional supplies of the vaccine become available.
https://www.kroger.com/rx/guest/get-vaccinated

Cincinnati and Hamilton County leaders have unveiled a website as well for information on how to get your shot, it is www.testandprotectcincy.com or you call 211.

The Northern Kentucky Health Department is working now with Saint E's and Health Point Family care to provide vaccinations for anyone over the age of 70 but a check of their reservation systems today show that they no longer have any available appointments.

Information about scheduling appointments is available here.

In the state of Indiana anyone over 70 is now eligible to make appointments to get the vaccine. The Hoosier state has set up a single access point to schedule a shot and you can click here to do so. In Indiana you can also call 211. We checked their website and have found that the earliest available local appointment to be vaccinated is January 31st at the Lawrenceburg Event Center.


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