COLUMBUS — Following the recommendation from the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization (ACIP) Friday night that the use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine resume in the U.S., Governor Mike DeWine has released the following statement:
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We know the most important thing we can do to defeat this pandemic, to get our economy moving again, and to get people back to their lives, is to get everyone vaccinated, as soon as possible.
COLUMBUS — Ohio's health officials have advised all vaccine providers to temporarily pause using the Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) vaccine.
ASHLAND — Ashland Public Transit (APT) was recently allocated funds from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) through its Rides to Com…
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The Ashland County Health Department opened its vaccine clinic to anyone age 16 or older on Thursday -- approximately a week and a half before the state intends to expand to this level of eligibility.
The Ashland County Health Department has opened today's COVID-19 vaccine clinic to anyone age 16 or older.
Ohio residents age 50 and older are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Thursday, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Monday afternoon.
COLUMBUS – Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced Friday that 15 long-term mass vaccination clinics will open throughout Ohio to significantly ex…