Updated 06/27/22

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Upcoming Events & News
Children over the age of 6 months old can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine through Columbus Public Health.

Columbus Public Health is following CDC, FDA and Ohio Department of Health guidelines and is now offering COVID-19 Moderna, Pfizer, and J&J booster shots to people who are eligible at Columbus Public Health and our community COVID-19 vaccine clinics with no appointment needed. Booster shots for J&J are available for those 18 and up who have had at least 2 months from the first dose. Booster shots for Moderna & Pfizer are available for those 18 and up who have had at least 6 months from the second dose.

Columbus Public Health is offering walk-in COVID-19 vaccines will be available at their office (240 Parsons Ave.) from 9AM-4PM, Monday through Friday. Vaccines are open to those 5 and up. 

The CDC, FDA and Ohio Department of Health, and Columbus Public Health encourage vaccination against COVID-19 to protect individuals from serious illness and death. Columbus Public Health is offering free COVID-19 Moderna, Pfizer, and J&J vaccines and booster shots to people who are eligible at Columbus Public Health and community COVID-19 vaccine clinics. No appointment is necessary.

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Vaccines

Following CDC, FDA, and OH Dept of Health guidelines, free booster shots for J&J are available for those 18 and up who received their first dose at least 2 months ago. Moderna and Pfizer booster shots are available for those 18 and up who received their second dose at least 6 months ago.

 

Columbus Public Health is offering walk-in COVID-19 vaccines at their office (240 Parsons Ave.) from 9AM-4PM, Monday through Friday for all individuals aged 12 and up. Follow the links for more information. Additional vaccine information can be found through the Ohio Department of Health.

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Testing

Free COVID-19 testing is widely available through health department offices, clinics, and pharmacies. To find a free COVID-19 testing site, click here or call Columbus Public Health at (614) 645-1519.

Free at-home rapid test kits are available at all Columbus Metropolitan Library branches. Call your nearest branch to check for availability as supplies are limited. Click here for more information.

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Staying Safe

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offer guidance on how to protect yourself from getting sick with COVID-19. Wash your hands often for 20 seconds with soap and warm water. Avoid large gatherings and poorly ventilated spaces. Maintain a safe distance from people who are sick. The most effective strategy for preventing severe illness is to get vaccinated as soon as possible.

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More Information & Resources

The City of Columbus COVID-19 Portal contains information regarding resources and to help you through these difficult times. Click the link above for more information.