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    Everyone 6 Months and older should get the COVID-19 vaccine. To find a vaccine provider visit www.vaccines.gov.

    Public Health has COVID-19 vaccine available for adults and provides vaccination in our Public Health Clinic located in the Reibold Building in downtown Dayton.

Vaccination Information

Everyone 6 Months and older should get the COVID-19 vaccine. To find a vaccine provider visit www.vaccines.gov.

Public Health has COVID-19 vaccine available for adults and provides vaccination in our Public Health Clinic located in the Reibold Building in downtown Dayton.

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Public Health COVID-19 Vaccinations

Public Health Clinic

2023 - 2024 COVID-19 Vaccination Information
(Updated 5/10/24)

Public Health has the new 2023/2024 Pfizer version of the COVID-19 vaccine available in our Public Health Clinic, call 937-225-4550 to schedule an appointment. You may receive any version of the new COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of which version you may have previously received.

CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get the updated 2023 - 2024 COVID-19 vaccine to protect against the potentially serious outcomes of COVID-19 illness this fall and winter.

Everyone 6 Months and older should get the COVID-19 vaccine. To find a vaccine provider visit www.vaccines.gov.

Public Health has COVID-19 vaccine available for adults and provides vaccination in our Public Health Clinic located in the Reibold Building in downtown Dayton.

On February 28, 2024 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended that adults ages 65 years and older could receive an additional updated 2023-2024 COVID-19 vaccine dose. 

The recommendation acknowledges the increased risk of severe disease from COVID-19 in older adults, along with the currently available data on vaccine effectiveness.

Previous CDC recommendations ensured that people who are immunocompromised are already eligible for additional doses of the  COVID-19 vaccine.

Data continues to show the importance of vaccination to protect those most at risk for severe outcomes of COVID-19. An additional dose of the updated COVID-19 vaccine may restore protection that has waned since a fall vaccine dose, providing increased protection to adults ages 65 years and older.

Vaccination remains the best protection against COVID-19-related hospitalization and death. Vaccination also reduces your chance of suffering the effects of&Long COVID, which can develop during or following acute infection and last for an extended duration.  If you have not received a COVID-19 vaccine in the past 2 months, get an updated COVID-19 vaccine& to protect yourself this fall and winter.

The virus that causes COVID-19 is always changing, and protection from COVID-19 vaccines declines over time. Receiving an updated COVID-19 vaccine can restore protection and provide enhanced protection against the variants currently responsible for most infections and hospitalizations in the United States.  Last season, those who received a 2022-2023 COVID-19 vaccine saw greater protection &against illness and hospitalization than those who did not receive a 2022-2023 vaccine.  To date, hundreds of millions of people have safely received a COVID-19 vaccineunder the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history.

Most Americans can still get a COVID-19 vaccine for free. For people with health insurance, most plans will cover COVID-19 vaccine at no cost to you. People who don’t have health insurance or with health plans that do not cover the cost can get a free vaccine from their local health centers; state, local, tribal, or territorial health department; and pharmacies participating in the CDC’s&Bridge Access Program. Children eligible for the&Vaccines for Children&program also may receive the vaccine from a provider enrolled in that program.

COVID-19 Vaccine Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL)

Information on how to access and use the Disability Information and Access Line (DIAL).

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