Appointments for the clinic scheduled on Monday, April 12th have all been filled. Please check back on Wednesday or later to view next week’s clinic schedule.

Scheduling

First Dose Scheduling:

Scheduling is now open!

To schedule through the online scheduling system (ArmorVax), click on the button below. ArmorVax will ask you to register. Go through the prompts and when you reach the provider page, search for Columbus, 43229. Read step-by-step instructions that walks through the scheduling system.

Please note: the vaccine that will be given is Moderna so a second dose will be needed. Moderna is only authorized for those over the age of 18 years old. For more information, visit our FAQs page.

The scheduling system (ArmorVax) will ask you to register. Once you do, you will receive a One-Time Password (OTP) via email to schedule. This may take a few minutes. Please check your SPAM and junk folders if you do not see the email.

Need to Schedule by Phone? To schedule through the hotline call 614-525-5225 on Thursday, April 15th between 1:00-4:00 p.m. for appointments on April 22nd and 23rd.

First Dose Scheduling:
We will be releasing appointments Thursday April 8th at 1 pm for the week of April 12th.

*This page is updated weekly with new clinic dates and times.

Second Dose Scheduling:
Moderna vaccines include two doses, at least 28 days apart. If you received Moderna from FCPH, you will receive an email when it is time to schedule your second dose. This email will contain a scheduling link and will be sent one week before the due date. If you scheduled via phone without an email, you can expect our staff to call and schedule you the week before. If you need to reschedule your second dose or have any questions, email c19vaccine@franklincountyohio.gov.

Vaccine Provider Locations

FCPH recommends using the below centralized scheduling tool, hosted by Ohio Department of Health. This website identifies nearby providers, including pharmacies and hospitals, that are distributing vaccinations.

Additionally, this map shows vaccine providers throughout Ohio.

Eligibility

Beginning Monday, March 29, 2021, Ohioans age 16 and older* are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine under Phase 2D of Ohio’s vaccination program.

*Individuals age 16-17 are only eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, the only COVID-19 vaccine authorized for use for those under the age of 18, with parental or legal guardian consent.

  • Phase 1
  • Phase 2
  • Phase 3 – 4


Ohio's Vaccine Program graphicIndividuals who qualify for vaccination in Tier 1A are now eligible to schedule at any first dose clinic where appointments are available.  Tier 1A individuals must bring a work ID or paystub with them to the vaccination clinic.

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.


Ohio's Vaccine ProgramPhase 1B will specifically include those below who choose to be vaccinated:

Ohioans, age 65 and up, Ohioans born with or who have early childhood conditions that are carried into adulthood which put them at a higher risk for adverse outcomes due to COVID-19, Sickle cell anemia, Down syndrome, Cystic fibrosis, Muscular dystrophy, Cerebral palsy, Spina bifida, People born with severe heart defects, requiring regular specialized medical care, People with severe type 1 diabetes, who have been hospitalized for this in the past year, Phenylketonuria (PKU), Tay-Sachs, and other rare, inherited metabolic disorders, Epilepsy with continuing seizures; hydrocephaly; microcephaly, and other severe neurological disorders, Turner syndrome, fragile X syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, and other severe genetic disorders, severe asthma and who have been hospitalized for this in the past year, Alpha and beta thalassemia and Solid organ transplant candidates and recipients.

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.


Governor Mike DeWine has announced the individuals who are included in Phase 1C includes Ohioans with certain occupations and with certain medical conditions not addressed in previous phases, which will go into effect on March 4, 2021.

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.


Governor Mike DeWine has announced the individuals who are included in Tier 1D of Ohio’s vaccination plan, which will begin on March 11, 2021. This tier will open vaccinations for Ohioans with certain medical conditions not addressed in previous phases, including type 2 diabetes and end-stage renal disease

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.


Vaccinations for Phase 1E will begin on Friday, March 19, 2021. This phase includes:

  • •  Individuals who have the specified medical conditions listed below that may increase their risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19.
  • •  These individuals are not already eligible through Ohio’s age-based approach to vaccine eligibility.
  • •  Eligible individuals can receive a vaccine from the participating vaccination provider of their choice. Individuals may be asked to confirm that they are eligible to receive the vaccine based on a qualifying medical condition during the registration or screening process (they will not be required to provide proof of medical eligibility).

 

MEDICAL CONDITIONS

Individuals with at least one of the following medical conditions:

    • •  Cancer
    • •  Chronic kidney disease (CKD)
    • •  Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
    • •  Heart disease
    • •  Obesity

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.

Governor Mike DeWine has announced the individuals who are included in the first part of Phase 2 of Ohio’s vaccination plan, which will begin on March 4, 2021. Phase 2 will begin with Ohioans ages 60 and older.

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.


Governor Mike DeWine has announced the individuals who are included in Phase 2B will open vaccinations based on age for Ohioans ages 50 and older which will begin on March 11, 2021.

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.


On Friday, March 19, 2021, Phase 2C expands age-based eligibility to approximately 818,000 Ohioans age 40 and older.

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.


Beginning Monday, March 29, 2021, Ohioans age 16 and older* will become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine under Phase 2D of Ohio’s vaccination program.

*Individuals ages 16-17 will be eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, the only COVID-19 vaccine authorized for use for those under the age of 18, with parental or legal guardian consent.

Read more specific details on ODH’s website.

Once the vaccine is widely available, Ohio will continue to strategically vaccinate Ohioans if they choose.

During these phases, vaccines will begin to be available to all Ohioans.

More details will be available here soon.

Vaccine Clinic Information

Learn more about the vaccine clinic and what to expect during your appointment.

Equitable Vaccine Distribution

Franklin County Public Health has set a purposeful agenda to infuse equity in all COVID-19 planning, operations and outreach. Read more about our equitable COVID-19 vaccination strategy. Additionally, we are pleased to offer a request form for those involved in communities (such as senior housing) that would benefit from a specific number of equity doses set aside. To learn more and to request equity doses, click on the below button:

Vaccine FAQs

You have questions, we have answers. Visit our FAQ page to learn about the COVID-19 vaccines, how to get the vaccine, safety, efficacy and equitable allocation and distribution.