COVID-19 Boosters for ages 12-17

As of January 5, the CDC recommends that adolescents age 12 to 17 years old should receive a booster five months after their initial Pfizer-BioNTech vaccination series

COVID-19 Vaccines for ages 5-11

FCPH has started offering children (ages 5-11) appointments during our weekly clinics at the Mid-Ohio Food Collective in Grove City. Please note, for ages 5-11, appointments are required. View the calendar below to see dates and to make an appointment.

Get Vaccinated!

First and second dose clinics:

Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are available for ages 18 and up, Pfizer is available for anyone age 5 and up. FCPH is offering $100 gift cards for first doses (only) as supplies last.

Booster clinics:

Following the recent recommendation of the CDC, FCPH will have COVID-19 booster doses available (Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson). Everyone 18 years and older is eligible for a booster dose. If you are 16-17 years old, you are eligible for a Pfizer booster dose.

There are many options for vaccination, including pediatric, outside of Franklin County Public Health. Visit the Get The Shot website to view and schedule with other providers.

Eligibility

First and second doses:

    • Everyone 18 years and older are eligible to receive Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
    • Those ages 12–17 and older are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine (first and second dose only).
    • FCPH is offering $100 gift cards for first dose (only) as supplies last.

Booster doses:

Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna Booster Dose:

    • The CDC announced that everyone 12 years and older is eligible for a booster dose.
    • If you are 12-17 years old, you are eligible for a Pfizer booster dose.
    • Those that are eligible to receive a booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, can received one at least 5 months after completing their primary series (the first 2 doses of COVID-19 vaccine).
    • These recommendations only apply to people who previously received the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine primary series.

Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Booster Dose:

    • Booster doses are recommended for everyone 18 and older at least 2 months after receiving their J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine.

Compromised Immune System Third-Doses:

The CDC recommended the use of an additional dose for people with moderately to severely compromised immune systems after an initial two-dose vaccine series (Moderna or Pfizer). Individuals who fall in this category and need a third-dose of Moderna are encouraged to talk their healthcare provider to determine next steps.

Vaccine Clinic Information

Learn more about the vaccine clinic and what to expect.

Misplaced Your Covid-19 Vaccination Card?

Please contact the agency that provided your vaccination for your record.  If they’re unable to provide you with a copy, you may request a copy from The Ohio Department of Health, and this letter explains what you need to do to request the record. For individuals that received their vaccination through FCPH, please fill out this records release form.

Equitable and Vaccination Outreach 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.

Organizations/companies wanting to request a mobile COVID vaccination clinic Rite Aid has an online request form that can be accessed at riteaid.com/covid-19/community-clinics.

Equitable and Vaccination Outreach 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.