Coronavirus: Registration for Montgomery County vaccine clinic fills up

Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County distributes first doses of the coronavirus vaccine produced by Moderna to emergency medical service personnel and other members of Ohio's Phase 1A priority group. Photo provided by Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County.
Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County distributes first doses of the coronavirus vaccine produced by Moderna to emergency medical service personnel and other members of Ohio's Phase 1A priority group. Photo provided by Public Health-Dayton & Montgomery County.

A coronavirus vaccine clinic hosted by Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County is now full after registration opened Friday morning.

The clinic is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 20 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Dayton Convention Center at 22 E Fifth St.

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Registration opened online and by calling 937-225-6217 at 8:30 a.m. Around 10:45 a.m. the clinic was full. Only 600 spots available due to limited vaccine supplies.

Parking will be available at the Dayton Transpiration Center.

Patients are required to show proof of age. They can be accompanied by someone younger than 80, but vaccinations will only be available to those eligible and who registered.

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Participants will be seated and socially distanced during the vaccination and recovery process.

Public Health does not have any other future clinics scheduled at this time.

For updates on vaccinations and clinics, visit www.phdmc.org or call the COVID-19 Public Health Hotline at 937-225-6217.

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