Where to Register
The State of Ohio has identified vaccine site locations. Please click Ohio Department of Health logo below to find the most current list of locations and how to register.
Please click links below to find additional information from each provider about vaccine registration. Please visit https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/ for a full list of vaccine locations.
Cincinnati Children’s Liberty Campus is now offering appointments for the Pfizer vaccine for Ohioans 12-17 years of age. Walk-ups are accepted Mondays and Thursdays from 4:30PM to 7:30PM. Or, appointments can be scheduled here.
Learn About Approved Vaccines
- Status – Authorized for emergency use
- Dosing – Two doses, three weeks apart
- Efficacy – 95% effective at preventing serious illness
- Potential Side Effects – Injection-site pain, fatigue, headaches, chills
- Detailed Information
COVID-19 Vaccines: Trust the Facts
COVID-19 vaccines are currently available in the U.S. were rigorously tested and are more than 94% effective.
The vaccines do not contain a live virus, meaning they can’t give you COVID-19 or cause a positive COVID-19 viral test.
A typical vaccine study has about 5,000 participants – the Moderna COVID-19 trial had more than 30,000 participants, and the Pfizer-BioNTech study had more than 43,000.
There is no evidence that COVID-19 vaccines cause infertility or increase the risk of miscarriage.
The most common side effects, much like other vaccines, are fatigue, headache, soreness or redness at the injection site, and muscle or joint pain.
It isn’t possible for mRNA to alter or modify a person’s genetic makeup.
Vaccines do not contain microchips, nanochips, RFID trackers, or devices that would track or control your body in any way.
Studies conducted across the globe continue to show that there is no connection between autism and vaccines.
Important Resources & Links
Information provided by the Ohio Department of Health and the Butler County General Health District.
Information Updated: 6/11/21