Sen. Brown tours COVID-19 testing site at CAS
Sen. Brown talks with members of the Ohio National Guard who’ve joined health care workers across the state on the front lines in the battle against COVID-19.
Get your COVID-19 vaccine as early as today. Individuals ages 5* and older are eligible to get vaccinated.*The Ohio Department of Health requires a parent or guardian to accompany minors (patients who are under 18 years old) to their vaccine appointment.
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Schedule over the phone Monday–Friday 8 a.m.– 5 p.m.
The CDC and FDA have approved the Pfizer vaccine for children age 5 and older. All pediatric vaccinations are by appointment only. Ohio State, Nationwide Children's Hospital, as well as many local retail pharmacies, offer the pediatric vaccines for patients age 5 and older.
Pediatric patients can schedule now for a vaccine appointments (beginning the week of Nov. 8) through MyChart. Parents/guardians need to have a personal MyChart account and request proxy access to be able to schedule their child.