Coronavirus: Miami County closes vaccine registration for ages 75+ as clinic spots fill up

Registration for coronavirus vaccine clinics for Miami County residents ages 75 and older next week has closed after all appointments were filled.

Miami County Public Health announced that registration had closed less than 30 minutes after it opened.

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For information on other providers in the county, visit https://www.miamicountyhealth.net/vaccine-registration.

Miami County Public Health announced Wednesday that it will have a few hundred vaccine clinics next week from Tuesday through Friday at 510 W. Water St. in Troy.

Public Health will have less vaccines next week than it received this week. However, the total allotment for Miami County is scheduled to be more due to the number of doses other providers in the county are scheduled to receive.

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Public Health asks residents to remember that vaccine supplies are limited and that appointments will be made based off how many vaccines are available. The county is working to get the vaccine distributed as quickly as possible.

Residents should continue to wear face masks, practice social distancing and frequently wash their hands.