COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Registration
Columbus Public Health
offers a drive-thru vaccine clinic for those in 1A and 1B 75+, pending vaccine
Columbus Public Health is
distributing the safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine following Ohio Department of Health (ODH) guidelines.
Appointment times are opened up as limited vaccine doses are received. If
registration is temporarily closed, please check back often on availability.
See a list of other COVID-19 vaccine providers here.
75 Years and Older – OPEN
Columbus Public Health has a limited amount of
COVID-19 vaccine doses and is now scheduling for eligible Columbus and
Worthington residents 75 years of age or older in Phase 1B. Call 614-645-1519
to schedule an appointment or register online at https://redcap.columbus.gov/surveys/?s=8C9FTR78EN .
have an appointment, but need a ride to the drive-thru vaccine clinic, call the
Franklin County Office on Aging at 614-525-6200.
Phase 1A –
You must receive 2 doses of the vaccine to be
fully protected. If you received your first dose with Columbus Public Health, you
will receive a text or email with a link to register when it is time for your
second dose appointment. (Moderna – 28 days after the first dose. Pfizer – 21
days after your first dose.) Please bring the vaccination card you received
during your first dose with you to your appointment.
Vaccines: LIST FULL - NOT ACCEPTING NEW APPLICANTS
Columbus Public Health sometimes has COVID-19
vaccines left over at the end of a clinic due to no-shows. These vaccines are
offered to individuals who live in Columbus or Worthington that are over the
age of 65, police officers or K-12 school staff who are on our no-waste list.
Extra doses usually require you to arrive at the clinic in 45 minutes or less
from the time of notification. This list is capped to 250 people at a time and
is currently at capacity.
Please note: The list
is a public record and if you sign up, your name and number are subject to
public records laws.
Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities
live in Franklin County, have an eligible qualifying condition determined by the Ohio
Department of Health and are under the care of
the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD), contact them
at 614-475-6440 about getting vaccinated for COVID-19. Those with qualifying
conditions who are not under the care of FCBDD will be eligible for the vaccine
beginning February 15.
Health Commissioner Dr. Mysheika Roberts Answers your
CDC - COVID-19
CDC - Understanding How COVID-19 Vaccines Work
ODH - COVID-19 Vaccination Program
CDC - Ensuring the Safety of COVID-19 Vaccines in the
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