How to Register for COVID-19 Vaccine
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Butler County Public Health Officials in Initial Vaccination Phases
“Public Health is very excited about getting the COVID-19 vaccines out! In these early phases, the demand for the vaccine has been very high, while the supply has remained low,” says Jennifer Bailer, Health Commissioner for Butler County General Health District (BCGHD). "We are working as fast as possible to ensure the distribution is fast and equitable."
Click below to read the entire press release issued on 1.14.2021
Ohio's Vaccination Program: Phase 1A
During Phase 1, vaccine supply will be limited and focused on reaching critical groups.
1. Health care workers
2. Long-term care facilities
3. State psychiatric hospitals
4. People with intellectual disabilities and those with mental illness, who live in group homes
5. Ohio veterans homes
6. EMS responders
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Frequently Asked Questions about the COVID-19 VaccineCan the COVID-19 vaccine make me test positive on a COVID-19 test?
Short answer: NO.
Long Answer: COVID-19 diagnostic tests look for either Viral RNA (PCR) or viral antigens. There is no mechanism that exists that would cause a positive test on PCR, and there is no evidence that it can cause a false positive in antigen tests. It may cause a positive on antibody tests, but research is still being conducted.
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Jan 21, 2021Weekly Butler County COVID-19 Epidemiology Report
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