Where you can get the COVID-19 vaccine

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Updated: Jan. 14, 2021 at 1:24 PM EST
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CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Many people have lots of questions now that the COVID-19 vaccine is available. The information varies from state to state, and is constantly changing, but here’s what we know right now:


All Ohioans age 12 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Ohio Department of Health has a central scheduling tool that can be used to schedule an appointment, receive updates and reminders.

Click the links below to see vaccine distribution information from local health departments in Ohio:

Your best bet to get an appointment may not be through your county board of health listed above.

The vaccine has also been sent to hundreds of pharmacies and clinics around the state. Each location is handling sign-ups and appointments differently.

Click here for more on Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccine program.


All Kentuckians over the age of 12 are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Click here for vaccine locations in Kentucky. If you don’t have access to the internet, you can call (855) 326-4654.

Public transit agencies across Kentucky are offering free or reduced-cost transportation to and from vaccine appointments. These services are already operating in over 90 counties. Visit or call 855.598.2246 to find transportation near you.

Click here for more information on Kentucky’s COVID-19 vaccination program.

Here are links to vaccine distribution information from local health departments in Kentucky:

Northern Kentucky Health Department (Boone, Campbell, Grant, Kenton counties)

Three Rivers Health District (Gallatin, Owen and Pendleton counties)

Bracken County Health Department

Buffalo Trace District Health Department (Mason and Robertson counties)


Anyone over the age of 12 is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Indiana.

To schedule an appointment, visit and select a location from one of more than 400 clinics around the state.

Vaccination clinics that are part of the federal vaccine program, including those at Meijer and Kroger, appear on the clinic map at but are scheduled through those retailers’ platforms, not through the state centralized system.

Hoosiers who do not have a computer or cell phone or those who need assistance scheduling an appointment can call 211 or contact one of Indiana’s Area Agencies on Aging or AARP.

Nearly 70 libraries around the state also are helping Hoosiers schedule their appointments.

For Indiana residents who are unable to leave their homes and are eligible for the vaccine, the state has a Homebound Hoosier program using the EMS network to administer vaccines in homes.

Residents of Dearborn, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland counties should call 812.432.6200 or 800.742.5001.

Residents of Franklin and Union counties should call 765.966.1795 or 800.589.1121.

Click here for more information on Indiana’s vaccine program.

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