CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Hundreds of people showed for COVID-19 vaccines at the Hamilton County Public Health’s walk-up clinic Thursday.
“We’re working to make vaccine easily available to all,” Hamilton County Health Commissioner Greg Kesterman said in a news release. “Offering a no-appointment clinic should capture some of the folks who have waited to schedule their vaccine.”
Vaccines were available while supplies for last. If the allocation for the day is distributed before the clinic hours end, anyone waiting will be scheduled for an appointment within the next week.
“This is a great opportunity to get that immunity before summer begins,” Kesterman said. “We’re anxious to get vaccines to as many as we can.”
People who still desire a scheduled appointment can use the ArmorVax app.
For those without internet access or who need assistance scheduling, call 211.
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