Leaders work to get vaccines to minority communities

A Hamilton County official is proposing to launch a COVID-19 vaccine mobile unit

  1,000 COVID-19 vaccines given at Cintas Center with thousands more to come

Free pop-up COVID-19 vaccine site this weekend in Hamilton County

  104-year-old Boone County woman receives COVID-19 vaccine

962 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

DeWine responds to Cranley’s request that governor open up vaccine rollout

  People over 60, law enforcement join Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccine eligibility list Thursday

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  Indiana expands eligible COVID-19 vaccine groups

Xavier’s Cintas Center to serve as vaccine distribution location

Hamilton Co. has received 300 doses of Johnson & Johnson vaccine, commissioner says

COVID-19 vaccinations: Indiana opens shots to new age group

Phase 1C of vaccinations begin on Monday, age will be a priority

Statewide mask mandate extended for 30 days by Gov. Beshear

Three southeast Indiana counties report zero new COVID-19 cases

Indiana’s seven-day positivity rate for all tests is 4%.

  Fans to return to GABP: Gov. DeWine announces attendance policy for Reds

Opening Day for the Reds is April 1 against the St. Louis Cardinals.

More than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

Indiana’s seven-day positivity rate for all tests is 4.1%.

  Indiana vaccine providers urged to follow eligibility guidelines

Hoosiers ages 60 and older are currently eligible for the vaccine.

Greater Cincinnati teachers to receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday

Hoosiers 60 and older now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

COVID vaccine timeline pushed back for children

Health Department: 6 infected after finishing full COVID-19 vaccination cycle

  Fan capacity for Reds, other teams this spring discussed by Gov. DeWine

1,445 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

  Step Closer to Normal: Mason City School staff vaccinated

More than 1,000 teachers and staff received their first of the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday.

  Vaccinating 3K a day ‘easily doable’ at NKY site in the future, Beshear says

Currently, the governor said around 600 vaccines are being administered per day.

  ‘Don’t declare victory too early:’ Ohio doctor stresses importance to prevent COVID spread

Ohio's COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue.

786 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

Indiana’s seven-day positivity rate for all tests is 4.5%.

  100-year-old woman receives vaccine at UC Health

“It’s important to get it,” she said. “So [we can] stay healthy.”

  Indiana COVID-19 vaccine shipments, appointments delayed by weather

Indiana’s seven-day positivity rate for all tests is 4.7%.

  COVID-19 case numbers, hospitalizations continue to decline in Hamilton Co.

According to the Ohio Department of Health, there are 71,245 cases and 913 deaths.

  Ohio COVID-19 vaccine shipments delayed due to snowy, icy weather

Vaccine shipments coming directly from Pfizer and Moderna to providers will be delayed by one to two days, according to the governor.

COVID-19 vaccine clinics reopen Tuesday after winter storm

Vaccination sites are working to reschedule canceled appointments

817 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

Indiana’s seven-day positivity rate for all tests is 5.3%.

St. Elizabeth Healthcare’s COVID-19 vaccine clinic closing early

The clinic will be closed for 24 hours.

1,275 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

The Indiana State Department of Health reported 1,275 new COVID-19 cases Saturday.

  Hundreds vaccinated during day one at the NKY mass vaccination site

The Northern Kentucky mass vaccine site will be open for a few more weeks.

1,445 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

Indiana residents ages 65 and older can now sign up and receive their COVID-19 vaccine.

  Organization helping senior citizens get vaccinated

A local organization is helping make sure senior citizens get to their vaccine appointments.

Thursday’s COVID-19 vaccine appointments at NKY Convention Center rescheduled

The decision to close the Kroger regional vaccine sites is because of the weather currently forecasted.

  Ohio still weeks away from making vaccine available to next group, Gov. DeWine says

Currently, Ohio residents ages 65 and older can get the vaccine.

Snow halts, delays COVID-19 vaccinations

Patients will be contacted to reschedule at a later date

People 65 years and older now eligible for coronavirus vaccine in Ohio

More than two million people in Ohio are now eligible to get a coronavirus vaccine.

  Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine still very effective, UC professor says

A Professor of Infectious Disease at the University of Cincinnati says that the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is still worth signing up for, despite its 66% effectiveness.

  NKY Convention Center transforming into mass vaccination site

Vaccinations will begin Feb. 11.

Butler Co. educators to receive COVID-19 vaccinations Friday

Staff will receive the second dose on Friday, Feb. 26.

Some noticing more side effects from second COVID vaccine dose as body learns to fight virus

Many who have received the first round of the coronavirus vaccine are now due to get their second shot.

‘Never should have happened:’ Local assisted-living residents passed over for vaccine

Some residents at Cottingham Retirement Community received the vaccine. Others did not.

Kentucky vaccine recipients must prove state residency, per new guideline

Recipients must be able to prove Kentucky residency or be directly involved in health care for Kentucky residents.

  Can immunized people return to normal life? An expert from UC Health weighs in

Yes, even if you’re fully vaccinated, you still have to take precautions.

  The good, bad, and ugly: COVID-19 vaccine rollout in the Tri-State

From the first vaccines in December to the current phase, here's a look at the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in the Tri-State.

  COVID-19 Vaccine: Answering your questions

FOX19 NOW is finding answers to your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine.

  Residents say there are racial disparities in vaccine distribution

Residents are saying they are experiencing this in their neighborhoods first hand.

  Some struggling to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments

Some people are encountering problems in finding available appointments.

  Kentucky sees first significant increase in weekly vaccine shipments

The state's overperforming vaccine rollout is paving the way for students to return to classrooms ahead of schedule.

New interactive site shows how many Ohioans have received both doses of COVID-19 vaccine

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) launched a new website showing how many Ohioans have completed the vaccination process against COVID-19.

Biden boosting vaccine allotments, financing for virus costs

Coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zients said some 6,500 pharmacies around the country will receive a total of 1 million doses of vaccine.

  People with prior COVID infection may only need one vaccine dose, study suggests

Researchers found the participants who had never been infected developed antibodies more slowly than those who had recovered from it.

  Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts ongoing as more people now eligible

More Ohioans are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

  Gov. DeWine, first lady receive 1st dose of coronavirus vaccines

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and first lady Fran received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday morning.

Study: Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine appears safe, effective

The study included more than 2,100 people over age 60 and the vaccine appeared to be about 92% effective in them.

  Clark County Health Department says some people ‘lying’ to obtain COVID-19 vaccine

The Clark County Health Department is urging people who are allegedly lying to jump ahead in line for a COVID vaccine to stop.

‘Supply, supply, supply:’ Kentucky close to maxing out weekly vaccine allocation

The state is getting vaccines out faster than the federal government can provide them.

Indiana enters next phase of COVID-19 vaccine plan

Indiana began phase 1B of its vaccine plan on Monday.

Over 1,500 CPS staff members received COVID-19 vaccine

Earlier this week, 800 staff members also got their shot.

‘Simple is beautiful’: One-shot vaccine proves effective

J&J said Friday that in the U.S. and seven other countries, the single-shot vaccine was 66% effective overall at preventing moderate to severe illness, and much more protective — 85% — against the most serious symptoms.

First CPS staff get COVD-19 vaccine ahead of return to in-person learning

CPS students pre-K through the third grade and specialized classrooms will start a blended learning model next week.

  Novavax COVID-19 vaccine works, but less so against variants

The preliminary findings may help Novavax win authorization for its vaccine in Britain.

  Cincinnati Public Schools staff to receive COVID-19 vaccine starting Thursday

Vaccinations for most of Ohio’s educators will begin next week

  Middletown School District teachers, staff receive COVID-19 vaccine

It's unknown if or when the school district will go back to full in-person learning.

US surging vaccine to states amid complaints of shortages

The Biden administration is giving states an approximately 17% boost in vaccine next week following complaints around the U.S. of shortages so severe that some vaccination sites had to cancel tens of thousands of appointments with people waiting for their first shot.

  Third possible COVID-19 vaccine could be ‘gamechanger’ in fight against virus

A single-dose COVID-19 vaccine is being studied by researchers in Norwood.

  First vaccine shots complete at Kentucky nursing homes, assisted-living communities

The facilities account for around 66 percent of all COVID deaths in Kentucky.

  Ohioans 75+, those with developmental and intellectual disabilities now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

Beginning Monday, DeWine says those over the age of 75 will be eligible to start receiving the vaccine.

  Hundreds of eligible Hamilton Co. residents receive first dose of COVID-19 vaccine

The Hamilton County Department of Public Health officials says they will make sure none of the doses are wasted.

Scam says you’re eligible for COVID-19 vaccine, but there’s a catch

As the COVID-19 vaccine rolls out, scammers have been quick to take advantage, the Better Business Bureau warns.

Ohio teacher unions accuse Gov. DeWine of holding vaccine ‘hostage’

‘Governor DeWine needs to stop playing games with the health and lives of our school communities.’

  Hamilton County moving main COVID-19 vaccine clinic to Board of Elections

According to the Ohio Department of Health, there are 61,931 cases and 441 deaths.

  Registration for COVID-19 vaccine causing some confusion in Hamilton County

Hamilton County set up a phone number to help seniors register for the vaccine.

  Cincinnati, Hamilton Co. officials announce new vaccine resource for residents

The new website will serve as a one-stop-shop about the vaccine.

  Hundreds of Ohioans with developmental disabilities receive COVID-19 vaccine

Those who got vaccinated Thursday will receive the second dose in four weeks.

COVID-19 vaccine: When you can get it, how to sign up, and where to get it

The information varies from state to state, and is constantly changing, but here’s what we know right now.