Loveland, Ohio – Warren County Health officials say that as of today they do not have additional availability of vaccine beyond the Phase 1A priority group.
The Warren County Health District released the below information for residents this morning about vaccinations for Covid -19 in Warren County:
The Warren County Health District (WCHD) is continuing its COVID-19 Vaccination Program for those individuals who are in Phase 1A as determined by the Ohio Department of Health. Phase 1A population groups are defined as healthcare providers and long-term care facility staff and residents who provide direct medical care.
As of today, January 15, 2021, we do not have additional availability of vaccine. The vaccine that has been received up to this point has been allocated for Phase 1A. These are appointments are full.
According to the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), Ohio will be distributing 100,000 doses of vaccine statewide beginning next week for the next phase of Ohio’s vaccine distribution list. Warren County will receive 1,600 of those doses. The WCHD will receive 100 of those doses next week. The remaining 1,500 doses will go to:
- Kroger Pharmacies (seven locations)
- Discount Drug Mart Inc (two locations)
- Atrium Medical Center
- HealthSource of Ohio
How do you get vaccinated if eligible?
- Warren County Health District – Visit www.warrenchd.com or call 513-695-7468
- HealthSource of Ohio – Register beginning January 16th on line at www.healthsourceofohio.org or call 513-732-8500.
- Kroger Pharmacies – Visit www.kroger.com/rx/guest/get-vaccinated or call Kroger COVID helpline at 866-211-5320 beginning January 16th
- Discount Drug Mart Inc – Visit www.discount-drugmart.com or call 937-748-3000 for Springboro area
- Atrium Medical Center – Visit www.premierhealth.com/vaccine or call 937-276-4141
WCHD asks for your patience as we continue to work through this process on vaccinating Phases 1A & 1B priority groups. It is important to get as many people vaccinated. Please continue to wear your mask, wash your hands, and stay home if you are sick. We need to work together, Warren County.