Ohioans 80 years of age and older will be capable to begin getting the vaccine subsequent week.
CEDARVILLE, Ohio — The state of Ohio is making ready to start out giving COVID-19 vaccines to residents 80 years of age and older as a part of its Part 1B plan subsequent week.
On Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine supplied some key details about find out how to discover out who can be offering vaccines.
DeWine says there can be 750 supplier places throughout the state and roughly 100,000 vaccines. Starting Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, (relying on supply date) these vaccines can be obtainable.
Native well being departments and emergency administration companies have held (or will quickly maintain) press conferences or despatched notifications to media on Wednesday and Thursday of this week to start to inform residents about the place to enroll to get vaccinated. All native well being departments must also have this data on their web site by Friday morning.
Friday morning at 8:00 a.m., the state will launch a device on coronavirus.ohio.gov the place Ohioans can choose their county or their ZIP code and see a listing of suppliers that obtained or will obtain vaccine doses.
“As Ohio begins to obtain greater allotments of vaccines, we’ll transfer to have bigger vaccination websites along with particular person vaccination websites,” DeWine mentioned, including that well being leaders are within the means of engaged on a state scheduling system.
You may watch Gov. DeWine’s COVID-19 briefing within the participant under: