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COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Available for Mass Vaccination Clinics in Butler County


March 16, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Butler County General Health District, 513-863-1770

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Available for Mass Vaccination Clinics in Butler County

BUTLER COUNTY, OHIO – The Butler County General Health District (BCGHD) is opening up COVID-19 vaccine appointments to eligible Ohioans that live or work in Butler County for two mass vaccination clinics scheduled this week.

On Friday, the Governor will be expanding eligibility throughout Ohio to 40 and up as well as a few additional qualifying medical conditions. For the Butler County General Health District this will begin next week. As always, the addition of new eligibility parameters also include eligible groups previously prioritized. For a full list of vaccine eligibility in Ohio visit: https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/

To access available appointments, choose one of the below links, enter the access code associated with that days clinic and choose an available time slot. Follow the directions and prompts to confirm an appointment. Individuals without access to the internet and/or a computer can call 513-887-3130 to schedule with BCGHD staff over the phone.

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics
March 17th, 2021
Sign-up Genius Link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4DA5AF2EABF9C52-bcghd73
Access Code: XYZ12!

March 19th, 2021
Sign-up Genius Link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4DA5AF2EABF9C52-bcghd48
Access Code: dbvdp36

We will continue our drive through clinics every Wednesday and Friday. This week we are increasing the number to 1500 individuals per clinic. We are no longer keeping a pre-registration list. All future announcements will be made available via BCGHD’s Facebook (@ButlerCountyGeneralHealthDistrict), Twitter (@butlercounty_HD) accounts and website (http://health.bcohio.us/) each week.

In addition to the mass vaccination clinics, BCGHD is utilizing “strike teams” made up of Registered Nurses that are deployed into the community to vaccinate targeted vulnerable populations that may face disparities associated with access to receiving the vaccine. These smaller vaccination events are occurring in churches, community centers and other partner organizations within the county that are located in high to moderately high social vulnerability opportunities.

As of 3/14/21, a total of 66,640 people have been vaccinated in Butler County, making up 17.4% of the county population. BCGHD has a plan to ensure that all doses are used up by end of each clinic.

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