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Last Updated 7-27-21


COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENTS

School Guidance

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COVID-19 vaccine

Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?

First dose information

  • You must have an appointment please click on the green button at the top of the page.
  • You must bring your confirmation code to the clinic.
  • We offer Moderna and Pfizer vaccines at our clinics.
  • We currently are not offering Johnson & Johnson at our standard clinics. Due to limited availability, this is being used for homebound individuals.
  • You will receive a vaccine card upon receiving your first dose. Please bring this to your second dose clinic.

Second dose information

  • You must have the same manufacturer of vaccine for your second dose that you did for your first.
  • Dose #2 clinics are generally at the same place where you received your first dose unless otherwise noted.
  • We will schedule your second dose upon administering your first dose.
  • Bring the vaccine card with you that you received at your first dose.
  • You should get your second dose from the location that gave you your first dose.

Delta Variant

The Top 5 things to know about COVID-19 and Delta Variant

  1. Getting vaccinated prevents severe illness, hospitalization, and death; it also helps reduce the spread of the virus in communities
    • Unvaccinated individuals should get vaccinated and continue masking until they are fully vaccinated.
    • With the Delta variant, this is more urgent than ever. The highest spread of cases and severe outcomes are happening in places with low vaccination rates.
  2. Data shows the Delta Variant is different than past versions of the virus: it is much more contagious
    • Some vaccinated people can get Delta in a breakthrough infection and may be contagious.
    • Even so, vaccinated individuals represent a very small amount of transmission occurring around the country.
    • Virtually all hospitalizations and deaths continue to be among the unvaccinated.
  3. In areas with substantial and high transmission, CDC recommends that everyone (including fully vaccinated individuals) wear a mask in public indoor settings to help prevent the spread of Delta and protect others
  4. CDC recommends that community leaders encourage vaccination and masking to prevent further outbreaks in areas of substantial and high transmission
  5. CDC recommends universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K- 12 schools, regardless of vaccination status
    • Children should return to full-time in-person learning in the fall with layered prevention strategies in place.

For More Information on the Delta Variant Click Here

When can you get the vaccine?

Determine your vaccine phase below or view updates from Ohio's Vaccine Program.

Register and schedule an appointment here

  • At this time we do not have the ability for persons to select the manufacturer of the vaccine they receive.
  • This will vary due to the allocation from the state.
  • Currently, Greene County Public Health is giving Moderna and Pfizer at the clinics.
  • Johnson & Johnson is coming in very small amounts to us and it is being used for homebound individuals.

    COVID-19 testing

    • Find COVID-19 testing locations near you.
    • Antigen (rapid) test results should be confirmed with a PCR test. If you have received a positive antigen test, consider these next steps:
      • Schedule a PCR test to confirm your results.
      • While waiting for your PCR test and test results, stay home and isolate yourself from household members.
      • Continue to wear a mask, wash your hands, and keep 6 feet away from people.

    Current Ohio Department of Health orders.

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    Lost/Replacement Vaccine Card

    • Your vaccine card is proof that you have had your vaccination please be sure that you keep it in a safe place.
    • Should you lose your card or it becomes damaged a replacement can be obtained by emailing medicalrecords@gcph.info
    • You should receive a response within 24 to 48 hours of your request
    • Be advised it may take longer due to the number of requests coming into the agency.