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All Ohioans 16-years-old and older now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

| March 29, 2021

All Ohioans 16-years-old and older are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments for those 18 years of age and older are still available at the Coshocton County Covid-19 Vaccine Clinic.

The call center is open to take appointments Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The number to call to schedule an appointment is 740-622-2611.

If you get an automated message saying lines are unavailable please call back, it means all lines are busy. (This message cannot be changed due to the provider.) When the call center is closed, you will get an automated message saying the call center is now closed.

If you need to cancel you scheduled appointment you can call 740-624-9268. This number is for cancellations only.

To schedule call 740-622-2611 when the call center is open. There are spot still open. This is the only number to call to schedule appointments.

Those who are eligible based on Ohio’s Pashed approach include: Ohioans 50 years of age and older and individuals with one of the conditions listed at https://coronavirus.ohio.gov/static/vaccine/phase_1b_medical_conditions.pdf.

Those that have received their first dose through the Coshocton County Vaccine Clinic will receive a call approximately 28 days later to schedule the second dose. Do not call the call center to schedule an appointment for the second dose.

The number of available spots is dependent on the number of vaccine doses that are available. Once all slots are filled the call center will not be open until more doses are available. Continue to check www.coshoctoncounty.net/covid for updates as well as the Facebook pages of the Coshocton County Health Department, Coshocton City Health Department and Coshocton County EMA.

All necessary forms to be completed and brought to the clinic can be found at www.coshoctoncounty.net/covid.

Please wear appropriate clothing to get the vaccine. The vaccine is administered through a shot in your arm. Short sleeve shirts are recommended.

The Coshocton County General Health District, Coshocton City Health Department, Coshocton Regional Medical Center, Coshocton County EMS, Coshocton County EMA are working in conjunction with the Coshocton County Board of Commissioners to establish Covid-19 Vaccine Clinics.

Eligibility will be based on Ohio’s phased vaccination approach:


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