Greene County Public Health COVID vaccine clinics fill up, registration closed

Emergency paramedic Mandy Fleck draws up a syringe of Corona vaccine from Biontech/Pfizer in Emsleben, Germany, Thursday, March 10, 2021. (Matthias Bein/dpa via AP)
Emergency paramedic Mandy Fleck draws up a syringe of Corona vaccine from Biontech/Pfizer in Emsleben, Germany, Thursday, March 10, 2021. (Matthias Bein/dpa via AP)

Credit: Matthias Bein

Credit: Matthias Bein

Greene County Public Health closed registration for coronavirus clinics for the rest of March after all appointments filled up.

The agency has clinics scheduled for today, Friday and Wednesday.

ExploreCoronavirus vaccine providers get OK to fill open slots immediately with ages 16+, DeWine says

Registration will reopen for April clinics next week.

Public Health announced Tuesday that people ages 16 and older were able to sign up for vaccines after the agency received approval from the state to expand eligibility.

ExploreSpring break travel discouraged. If you do go, here’s some ways to reduce the risk

Gov. Mike DeWine said earlier this week that vaccine providers who have vaccine appointments available can open them to people 16 and older to avoid wasting vaccines.

For more information about Greene County Public Health COVID vaccine clinics, email covid19@gcph.info or visit https://www.gcph.info/wellness-services/commicable-disease/covid-19?gtm_cardu=urgentcard.

In Other News