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Vaccine Resources

Hamilton County Public Health Vaccine Sites

No appointments needed. No cost. No insurance required.
Please remember to check our website before arriving to a clinic.
Clinics are subject to change or close.
Questions? Call us at 513-999-2312 M-F 8am-4pm.

October 3rd through October 7th

 

MONDAY 10/3

Wesley Ave. Vaccine Clinic
Hamilton County Public Health
4623 Wesley Ave. Ste. G
Cincinnati, OH 45212
10am – 5pm

TUESDAY 10/4

Powel Crosley YMCA
9601 Winton Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45231
8am – 3pm

Wesley Ave. Vaccine Clinic
Hamilton County Public Health
4623 Wesley Ave. Ste. G
Cincinnati, OH 45212
10am – 5pm

THURSDAY 10/6

Wesley Ave. Vaccine Clinic
Hamilton County Public Health
4623 Wesley Ave. Ste. G
Cincinnati, OH 45212
10am – 5pm

Trinity Lutheran Church
1553 Kinney Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45231
12pm-3pm

FRIDAY 10/7

Wesley Ave. Vaccine Clinic
Hamilton County Public Health
4623 Wesley Ave. Ste. G
Cincinnati, OH 45212
10am – 5pm

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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

Primary Series: 2 doses, 3–8 weeks after 1st dose

3rd dose/updated Booster: At least 2 months after 2nd dose or last booster, and can only be Pfizer-BioNTech

Up to Date: Immediately after getting after getting the most recent booster recommended for you


People Who Are Immunocompromised

Primary Series: 3 doses.

Separate: Dose 1 and 2 by at least 3 weeks. Dose 2 and 3 by at least 4 weeks.

Boosters: 2 doses.

Booster dose 1: at least 3 months after the previous dose.

Booster dose 2: at least 4 months after booster dose 1.

Primary Series: 2 doses, 3–8 weeks after 1st dose

3rd dose/updated Booster: At least 2 months after 2nd dose or last booster, and can be Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna

Up to Date: Immediately after getting the most recent booster recommended for you


People Who Are Immunocompromised

Primary Series: 3 doses.

Separate: Dose 1 and 2 by at least 3 weeks. Dose 2 and 3 by at least 4 weeks.

Boosters: 2 doses.

Booster dose 1: at least 3 months after the previous dose.
Booster dose 2: at least 4 months after booster dose 1.

Primary Series: 1 dose

Updated Booster: At least 2 months after first dose or last booster, and can be Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna

Up to Date: Immediately after getting all boosters recommended for you


People Who Are Immunocompromised

Primary Series: 2 doses.

Separate: Dose 1 and 2 by at least 28 days.

Boosters: 2 doses.

Booster dose 1: at least 2 months after the previous dose.
Booster dose 2: at least 4 months after booster dose 1 (mRNA vaccine only).

People ages 18 through 49 years who received a J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine for both their primary dose and booster can choose to get a 2nd booster of either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 4 months after their 1st booster. The 2nd booster is not required to be considered up to date for people ages 18 through 49 years who got a J&J/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine for both their primary dose and 1st booster.

Primary Series: 2 doses

  • 2nd dose 3–8 weeks after 1st dose

3rd dose/updated Booster: At least 2 months after 2nd dose or last booster, and can be Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna

Up to Date: Immediately after getting after getting the most recent booster recommended for you

Children and teens ages 12-17 years

Primary Series: 2 doses

  • 2nd dose 3–8 weeks after 1st dose

3rd dose/updated Booster: At least 2 months after 2nd dose or last booster, and can only be Pfizer-BioNTech

Up to Date: Immediately after getting after getting the most recent booster recommended for you


People Who Are Immunocompromised

Primary Series: 3 doses.

Separate: Dose 1 and 2 by at least 3 weeks. Dose 2 and 3 by at least 4 weeks.

Boosters: 2 doses.

Booster dose 1: at least 3 months after the previous dose.
Booster dose 2: at least 4 months after booster dose 1.

Primary Series: 2 doses

  • 2nd dose 4–8 weeks after 1st dose

3rd dose/updated Booster: At least 2 months after 2nd dose or last booster, and can only be Pfizer-BioNTech

Up to Date: Immediately after getting after getting the most recent booster recommended for you

Primary Series: 2 doses

  • 2nd dose 3–8 weeks after 1st dose

3rd dose/updated Booster: At least 2 months after 2nd dose or last booster, and can only be Pfizer-BioNTech

Up to Date: Immediately after getting after getting the most recent booster recommended for you

Children ages 5-11 years old

Primary Series: 2 doses

  • 2nd dose 3-8 weeks after 1st dose

3rd dose/booster: at least 5 months after 2nd dose

Up to Date: Immediately after 3rd dose


People Who Are Immunocompromised

Primary Series: 3 doses.

Separate: Dose 1 and 2 by at least 3 weeks. Dose 2 and 3 by at least 4 weeks.

Boosters: 2 doses.

Booster dose 1: at least 3 months after the previous dose.
Booster dose 2: N/A

Primary Series: 2 doses

  • 2nd dose 4-8 weeks after 1st dose

Up to Date: 2 weeks after 2nd dose, since a booster is not currently recommended for children or teens in this age group who have received the Moderna primary series

Children under 5

Primary Series: 3 doses

  • 2nd dose is given 3-8 weeks after 1st dose
  • 3rd dose at least 8 weeks after 2nd dose

Up to Date: 2 weeks after 3rd dose since a booster is not recommended for this age group at this time.

Primary Series: 2 doses

  • 2nd dose 4-8 weeks after 1st dose

Up to Date: 2 weeks after 2nd dose, since a booster is not currently recommended for children or teens in this age group who have received the Moderna primary series

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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