Three New No-Cost COVID-19 Testing Sites

CINCINNATI, OH — As new COVID-19 cases are increasing again, Hamilton County Commissioners are announcing the launch of three new COVID-19 community testing sites. These new Test and Protect locations will provide COVID-19 testing for Hamilton County residents on a zero-out-of-pocket cost, walk-up basis. “COVID-19 is still with us, testing

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Shared by Hamilton County Public Health May 3, 2022

Where and When to Get COVID-19 Vaccination and Boosters in Hamilton County Ohio

Being up-to-date with all recommended COVID-19 vaccines is proving to be the safest and strongest protection against severe COVID-19 as evident by the following statistic. As of January 5th, 2022, 97% of COVID-19 hospitalizations are unvaccinated individuals. Hamilton County Public Health hosts several walk-in (no appointment needed) clinics throughout the

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Shared by Hamilton County Public Health January 11, 2022

COVID-19 Guidelines Change in Substantial Spread Areas

CDC: Hamilton County Seeing Substantial Spread COVID-19 Guidelines Change in Substantial Spread Areas Hamilton County, OH……All of Hamilton County, including the City of Cincinnati have been identified as an area of “substantial spread” of COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Substantial spread occurs when an area

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Shared by Hamilton County Public Health July 30, 2021

COVID-19 Phase 1A Vaccination Distribution

Ohio has started distributing safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines statewide to those who choose to be vaccinated. The COVID-19 vaccine development process included steps comparable with those used to develop previous vaccines, such as the flu or measles vaccine. As COVID-19 vaccines progressed through the thorough process to obtain emergency use

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Shared by Hamilton County Public Health December 18, 2020

COVID-19 Health Advisory Issued

COVID-19 Health Advisory Issued: November 19, 2020 Hamilton County is experiencing exponential growth in the number of COVID-19 cases. Positivity rate has climbed above 10 percent and hospital staff and physical facilities are becoming taxed beyond capacity. It is more important than ever to follow guidance from local, state, and

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Shared by Hamilton County Public Health November 19, 2020