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Fighting Covid-19 in the Cincinnati Region

Your resource for COVID-19 vaccination and testing information.

Public Health Vaccination Sites

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Available Vaccines


Boosters are recommended for most people, and updated COVID-19 boosters can provide broader protection against newer variants.  For more information on recommended vaccines, including boosters, please visit CDC.gov.

Adults ages 18 years and older

  • Pfizer (Monovalent or Bivalent)
  • Moderna (Monovalent or Bivalent)
  • Novavax
  • Jansen (J&J)

Children and teens ages 12-17 years

  • Moderna (Monovalent and Bivalent)
  • Pfizer (Monovalent and Bivalent)
  • Novavax

Children ages 5-11 years old

  • Moderna (Monovalent and Bivalent)
  • Pfizer (Monovalent and Bivalent)

Children 6 months to 5 years

  • Moderna (Monovalent & Bivalent)
  • Pfizer (Monovalent & Bivalent)
    • Pfizer for 4 and under is a 3-dose series. Bivalent vaccines are only available to children who still need their 3rd dose of their primary series. If your child has already completed their 3-dose primary series of Pfizer, they are not eligible for a bivalent “booster” vaccine until they turn 5.

Frequently Asked Questions

Side effects are a normal sign that your body is building protection. In clinical trials, most children and adults had minimal side effects from the vaccine. To learn more, visit CDC.gov

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective for both children and adults. COVID-19 vaccines have been used under the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history, which includes studies in children.  The vaccine can help keep your child from spreading the virus to others, and can also help keep your child from getting seriously sick if they do get COVID-19.

No, your child can’t get COVID-19 from any COVID-19 vaccine.

Yes. If you are pregnant, speak with your healthcare provider to help you decide when to get vaccinated.

Children and adults who are fully vaccinated are at lower risk of getting COVID-19. However, if you are fully vaccinated and do get infected, you will most likely have mild or no symptoms at all.

The COVID-19 vaccine is free to all individuals regardless of insurance, immigration, or financial status.

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Available Vaccines


Boosters are recommended for most people, and updated COVID-19 boosters can provide broader protection against newer variants.  For more information on recommended vaccines, including boosters, please visit CDC.gov.

Adults ages 18 years and older

  • Pfizer (Monovalent or Bivalent)
  • Moderna (Monovalent or Bivalent)
  • Novavax
  • Jansen (J&J)

Children and teens ages 12-17 years

  • Moderna (Monovalent and Bivalent)
  • Pfizer (Monovalent and Bivalent)
  • Novavax

Children ages 5-11 years old

  • Moderna (Monovalent and Bivalent)
  • Pfizer (Monovalent and Bivalent)

Children 6 months to 5 years

  • Moderna (Monovalent & Bivalent)
  • Pfizer (Monovalent & Bivalent)
    • Pfizer for 4 and under is a 3-dose series. Bivalent vaccines are only available to children who still need their 3rd dose of their primary series. If your child has already completed their 3-dose primary series of Pfizer, they are not eligible for a bivalent “booster” vaccine until they turn 5.

Frequently Asked Questions

Side effects are a normal sign that your body is building protection. In clinical trials, most children and adults had minimal side effects from the vaccine. To learn more, visit CDC.gov

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective for both children and adults. COVID-19 vaccines have been used under the most intensive safety monitoring in U.S. history, which includes studies in children.  The vaccine can help keep your child from spreading the virus to others, and can also help keep your child from getting seriously sick if they do get COVID-19.

No, your child can’t get COVID-19 from any COVID-19 vaccine.

Yes. If you are pregnant, speak with your healthcare provider to help you decide when to get vaccinated.

Children and adults who are fully vaccinated are at lower risk of getting COVID-19. However, if you are fully vaccinated and do get infected, you will most likely have mild or no symptoms at all.

The COVID-19 vaccine is free to all individuals regardless of insurance, immigration, or financial status.

The following is a list of sites that provide COVID-19 testing, including free or low-cost testing.

These sites are not hosted by Hamilton County Public Health – please contact the organization with questions. Fees, out of pocket costs, and insurance requirements vary by location and provider.

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Find Test Kits

Test kits are available at the following locations while supplies last
(see websites for details):

Butler County Health Department, 301 S 3rd St, Hamilton, OH 45011 Butler County
Health Department

Center for Closing the Health Gap, 3120 Burnet Avenue Suite 201, Cincinnati, OH 45229
Cincinnati Health Department

Clermont County Public Libraries – select branches
Check Availability

Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Libraries
Check Availability: when available, are free until supplies run out at the Library’s drive-thru locations: AndersonCovedaleDelhiDowntown Main Library, Forest Park, GroesbeckHarrison, North Central, Reading, and Symmes.

Hamilton County Public Health COVID-19 vaccination locations (no vaccination required to pick-up tests)

HealthSource of Ohio Locations:
Batavia Pharmacy, 2055 Hospital Drive Suite #130 Batavia, Ohio 45103
Mt Orab Pharmacy, 150 Health Partner Circle Mt Orab, Ohio 45154
Seaman Pharmacy, 218 Stern Drive Seaman, Ohio 45679

Warren County Health District, 416 S. East Street, Lebanon, OH 45036 (513-695-1228)
Warren County Health District