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Where can I get a COVID-19 Vaccine and what do I need?

COVID-19 VACCINE CLINIC SCHEDULE 
All available appointments can be found at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov

 Butler County Educational Service Center Clinic Dates
November 15
November 16
November 23
November 24

Location: 400 N. Erie Blvd., Suite A, Hamilton, Ohio 45011. 
9AM -12PM
Ages 5+
Appointments Recommended. Walk-ins Welcome

Please register for an appointment at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov

Weekend Clinics
By Appointment Only: 10AM -12PM
Walk-Ins Welcome: 12PM -1PM
Ages 5+

November 20th: 5301 University Park Blvd. Oxford
December 5th: 3601 Hamilton Cleves Road Hamilton
December 18th: 220 Yankee Road Monroe
January 8th: 5301 University Park Blvd. Oxford
January 23rd: 220 Yankee Road Monroe
February 6th: 3601 Hamilton Cleves Road Hamilton

Please register for an appointment at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov


PRE-REGISTER OR FIND A VACCINE CLINIC NEAR YOU
1. Visit: Get the Shot
2. Complete the vaccine screening questions and click 'Continue'
3. Enter your zip code OR 45011 and click 'Continue' 
4.  Choose a location of your choice and click 'See all availability'
5. Choose an available appointment time and click 'Continue'


WHO'S ELIGIBLE FOR A COVID-19 VACCINE? 
A third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine is recommended for people who have severe weakened immune systems and have already received two doses of either Moderna or Pfizer vaccine or one dose of Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Those with severe immunocompromised systems include recent transplant recipients, cancer patients, people with advanced or untreated HIV, etc.  

   Janssen
(Johnson & Johnson) 
 Moderna  Pfizer (Comirnaty)
Number of Doses to be Considered Fully Vaccinated  1  2  2
Age Requirement  18 and up  18 and up  5 and up
Booster Status 
 Available to eligible populations    Available to eligible populations    Available to eligible populations   

 
BOOSTER DOSES
COVID-19 boosters are now available for all vaccine brands within the following populations at least six months after completion of their primary series, meaning at least six months after their last dose was administered:

-People 65 years and older or residents in long-term care settings SHOULD receive a booster shot.

-People ages 50 to 64 with certain underlying medical conditions SHOULD receive a booster shot.

-People ages 18 to 49 with certain underlying medical conditions MAY receive a booster shot based on their individual benefits and risks. The CDC has indicated that this is a determination made by the vaccine recipient, but those eligible are encouraged to talk to their healthcare providers if they have any questions.

-People age 18 and older who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of their job or living in an institutional setting MAY receive a booster shot based on their individual benefits and risks. The CDC has indicated that this is a determination made by the vaccine recipient.


WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING? 
1. Please bring an ID. You do not need to show proof of citizenship or residency status. Your identification will still be accepted if it is expired or from another state or country.

2. Please bring and wear a mask when interacting with staff

3.  All individuals 17 and younger must be accompanied by a parent, legal guardian, or authorized representative.


TRANSPORTATION NEEDS?
Butler County RTA (BCRTA) can help! Visit their website at https://www.butlercountyrta.com/covid-vaccination-transportation/ to see a map that shows all the pharmacies (appointments required) offering COVID-19 vaccines.

Fixed Routes - FREE
Visit Butler County RTA’s in the area giving out vaccines and which fixed route one can take to get to the pharmacy.

Curb to Curb Service - FREE
This service is for people that may already have a vaccine appointment at a pharmacy and cannot take a fixed route. To schedule Curb to Curb services, call 513-785-5237 and tell the booking agent the trip is to get vaccinated.

If your group or organization is interested in group vaccine transportation, please contact BCRTA to learn more. Contact Shawn Cowan, Mobility Manager, at (513) 785-5398 or cowans@butlercountyrta.com for more details.
BCRTA


BUTLER COUNTY CARES
BC Cares is a group of partners dedicated to promoting health and safety strategies focused on slowing the spread of COVID-19 in Butler County, Ohio. Government and community-focused organizations including the Butler County Board of Commissioners, Butler County Emergency Management Agency, Butler County Board of Health, Butler County Visitors Bureau and Butler County Chamber Coalition are working together to keep our communities safe and our businesses open.


The project is funded through Coronavirus Relief Funds allocated through the CARES Act.