What to know, where to go for COVID-19 vaccine signups – Hamilton Journal News

COVID-19 vaccine provider locations search

If you’re eligible to get a vaccine, no central system exists at this point for registering.

The state has a map where you can search to find which of the more than 700 vaccine providers in Ohio are located near you: vaccine.coronavirus.ohio.gov.

Note: Look at the provider’s website in advance before seeking a vaccine. Availability changes day-to-day and almost all require appointments in advance.

Local vaccine clinics

For a while you should expect that appointments at local vaccine sites will book up fast because of limited supply.

Depending on the location, some are letting eligible people register for future appointments or for alerts, while others aren’t taking new appointments until their next shipment arrives and don’t have a wait list. More supply will arrive each week and more appointments will open as more vaccines are distributed.

The following is not a comprehensive list, but here are some of the major vaccine providers in the area that you can check with:

Local health departments also will have a limited supply of vaccines. The agencies are updating information on their Facebook pages and websites. You can get the latest information for each county at the following places:

  • Butler County General Health District is collecting information from organizations and people in Ohio’s Phase 1A and Phase 1B for COVID-19 vaccinations. This is to collect information, but this is not a vaccination waitlist or scheduling system. There is no guarantee that by completing this survey you will receive the vaccine from BCGHD. You can register online here.
  • Champaign County Health District has registration at champaignhd.com.
  • Clark County Combined Health District residents can sign up at ccchd.com or call 937-717-2439.
  • Darke County General Health District residents can place their name on the list by emailing [email protected]. An example of an email: Name: James Smith Date of Birth: 1 26 1939 Phone number: 937-XXX-XXXX. Or Call 937-547-2399 and they will take your name, date of birth, and telephone number. Visit darkecountyhealth.org for more information.
  • Greene County Public Health residents can sign up for alerts at healthalert.gcph.info/COVID19/signup. Residents who have trouble filling out the online form can call 937-374-5600.
  • Hamilton Health Department: Fill out the vaccination form at hamilton-oh.gov. Online registration is preferred but people can call 513-785-7080.
  • Miami County Public Health information is updated at miamicountyhealth.net/vaccine-registration. Registration opens at 9 a.m. Thursday for a vaccine clinic on Feb. 5 at the Miami County Fairgrounds Duke Building, 650 N. County Road 25A in Troy. Register online at https://bit.ly/2NIcn6s or call 937-573-3461.
  • Middletown Health Department: Registration is at covid.cityofmiddletown.org. Only city residents being vaccinated by Middletown Health Department should register on this site.
  • Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County updates information at phdmc.org/vaccine-update. Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. Friday for a vaccine clinic for people 70 and older on Feb. 3 at the Dayton Convention Center, 22 E. Fifth St. An appointment is required, and patients must bring proof of age and residency in Montgomery County to clinic, such as driver’s license or photo ID.
  • Preble County Public Health updates on future clinics and appointment information at vaccinatepreble.com.
  • Warren County Health District vaccination interest list can be filled out online warrenchd.com.
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