The vaccine to combat the pandemic is here. Learn how to get it at Ohio State.

Vaccines are one of medicine's most valuable tools, and we're working hard to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine as quickly as possible.

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COVID-19 vaccination sites at Ohio State

COVID-19 vaccination sites at Ohio State

Ohio State proudly operates two vaccine administration sites. Our Schottenstein Center mass vaccination site is centrally located to offer convenient access to anyone in Columbus and those traveling from anywhere in Ohio. Our Vaccination Station East was opened to provide a convenient vaccination site for our neighboring community to Ohio State East Hospital, although our patients and neighbors in these communities may choose to be vaccinated at the Schottenstein Center if preferred. Appointments are required at both locations. Learn more about how to schedule.

Free transportation resources

We're happy to connect you with community resources offering free rides to those who have scheduled a vaccination. Please contact the resources below for more information.

Franklin County Office on Aging

For people who are at least 65 years old, Franklin County Office on Aging will provide free cab transportation within Franklin County to and from your vaccine appointment. To arrange transportation, please call 614-525-6200. Please call at least 24 hours before your scheduled vaccination appointment. 

Columbus Stand Up!

Columbus Stand Up! provides free transportation within Franklin County to and from your vaccine appointment. Call or text 614-259-7391, or fill out this online form to arrange transportation.