A New Way To Get Your Shots

The rollout of an online vaccine appointment scheduling tool is still two to three weeks away…as the state recruits providers, such as pharmacies, hospitals, health clinics and others to participate. Once the tool is live, Ohioans can enter their zip code and find appointments within 20 miles. The state is also working with groups, such as the Area Agencies on Aging…to help those who don’t have Internet access, schedule coronavirus vaccines. As of Tuesday, more than 1.3 million Ohioans, or about 11% of the population, has received at least the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
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State officials confirm the number of fully remote schools has dropped to about 15%…that’s down from 47%, at the beginning of January. As we reported…Governor, DeWine has made it clear…he expects schools to return most students to in-person classes by March 1st…as part of a commitment school districts made…in exchange for getting prioritized vaccines.

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