Where can you get a COVID vaccine? Nearly 1,700 locations providing shots in Ohio

Max Filby
The Columbus Dispatch
A patient receives their COVID-19 vaccination at Sullivant Gardens Community Center in July.

More than 6 million Ohioans have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine but that means millions more are still eligible.

Below is a statewide database and map from the Ohio Department of Health where COVID-19 vaccines are available. A total of 1,699 locations offer the shots throughout the state, according to the database.

So far, anyone age 12 and older is eligible for Pfizer's two-dose vaccine, while everyone 18 and up can get either Moderna's two-dose regimen or Johnson & Johnson's single-dose shot.

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Ohioans who are immunocompromised are eligible for an additional COVID-19 shot now to improve their body's defense against the virus.

Booster shots for the general public are expected to be approved by late September and federal health officials plan to recommend everyone get a booster eight months after completing their initial COVID vaccinations.

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