During spring and early summer of 2021, the State of Ohio sponsored a series of regional and mobile mass vaccination clinics across the state.
The schedules, location, format and duration of each mass vaccination site evolved based upon the needs of each individual community.
At this time, no mass vaccination locations are in operation. Instead, smaller clinics are now more widely available across the state through local health departments, retail and independent pharmacies, hospitals and hospital networks, health centers, primary care and pediatric practices and more. Pop-up clinics are also being organized by vaccine providers and community partners at community events and community destinations, including grocery stores and farmers markets.
HOW TO FIND A VACCINATION CLINIC NEAR ME
How to schedule an appointment
Appointments for providers across Ohio can be made at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov. Walk-ins are welcome at many locations.
If you need assistance finding a vaccine provider, call 1-833-4ASK-ODH/1-833-427-5634 between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. weekdays.
How to find my local health department
Local health departments offer ongoing vaccination clinics and can connect you with vaccination opportunities in your community. Ohio has 113 local health districts. To find the health department closest to you, please visit the Ohio Department of Health's Local Health District search page. Many local health departments are offering vaccinations by appointment and accept walk-ins during certain days, times. Contact your local health department for more information.