Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccine Information & Resources

There are a lot of resources available to central Ohioans on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and vaccine rollout, and these resources provide information from the local, state, and national perspective.


Ohio's new centralized scheduling tool is available at
Find vaccine providers and learn more about Ohio's vaccine program at It is searchable by county and zip code to find local health departments, hospitals, federally-qualified health centers, and some retail pharmacies that are providing vaccinations.  


County and local health departments:

Franklin County Public Health is scheduling vaccination appointments for eligible Ohioans at

Columbus Public Health: Learn more about eligibility and registration at Schedule an appointment by calling 614-645-1519 or visiting

Delaware General Health District:

Fairfield Department of Health:

Fayette County Public Health:

Franklin County Public Health: People can schedule an appointment through the department’s website at or by phone at 614-525-5225.  

Licking County Health Department:

Madison County Public Health:

Pickaway County Public Health:

Union County Health Department:

Helpful Videos

Columbus Public Health Commissioner Dr. Mysheika Roberts answers some frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine (1-11-21):​COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Franklin County, video from Franklin County Public Health (1-5-21):
COVID-19 Phase 1A, video from Franklin County Public Health (1-7-21): 
COVID-19 Phase 1B, video from Franklin County Public Health (1-12-21):
Columbus Black Physicians Network has produced a video to communicate the safety and support for Ohioans of color to get the COVID vaccine titled Our Community vs. COVID 19:
Myths vs. Facts COVID-19 Vaccine:


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:

What to Expect After Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine article:

Understanding How COVID-19 Vaccines Work:

Benefits of Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine: