Hancock Public Health is offering all COVID-19 vaccines (primary series and boosters) to walk-ins:
Monday-Friday 9-11:30am and 1-3:30pmThe FDA and CDC have authorized a second booster dose for those people who are at the highest risk for severe illness or death from COVID-19. This authorization gives people who are at increased risk the choice to add another layer of protection. People who may choose to receive a second booster dose, based on their individual benefits and risks, include:
People age 50 and older who received initial mRNA booster dose (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna) at least four months ago MAY RECEIVE a second booster dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine. A second booster dose may be most beneficial for people who are age 65 and older, or who are age 50-64 with certain underlying medical conditions.
People age 12 and older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised who received an initial mRNA booster dose (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna) at least four months ago MAY RECEIVE a second booster dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer, age 12+; Moderna, age 18+). This mean individuals age 12 years and older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised may receive as many as five doses- the recommended three-dose primary series for people who are immunocompromised, plus two booster doses.
In addition, adults who received a primary vaccine and booster dose of the Janssen COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months ago MAY RECEIVE a second booster dose using an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna).
Please fill out the appropriate form and bring with you to your scheduled appointment
You can also contact the following locations for COVID vaccine availability.
Kroger: www.kroger.com/ohiocovidvaccine or by calling 866-211-5320.
CVS: www.cvs.com/vaccine/intake/store/covid-screener/covid-qns or by calling 1-800-746-7287
Rite Aid : http://ritea.id/ohio
While we understand many are eager to receive the vaccine, patience will be necessary while demand for the vaccine remains higher than the available supply. In the meantime, we must continue using all the tools available to help prevent the spread of the virus until a substantial number of Ohioans can be vaccinated. While vaccination will protect you from getting ill from COVID-19, not enough is yet known about whether or not you can still carry and spread the virus to others. HPH continues to ask that you wash/ sanitize your hands frequently, continue to practice social distancing, and wear a mask when around others.