COVID-19 VACCINE NEWS

Weekly Vaccine Update
February 22, 2021

The Fairfield Department of Health is continuing to work on age 74+ at this time. We still have limited access to the COVID-19 vaccine. We will continue to have weekly updates to what age group we are currently working with. We appreciate your patience as we work through the coming weeks to months to vaccinate.

Watch this space and FDH Facebook for additional updates.
Weekly Vaccine Update
February 17, 2021

The Fairfield Department of Health is continuing to work on age 77+ at this time. We still have limited access to the COVID-19 vaccine. We will continue to have weekly updates to what age group we are currently working with. We appreciate your patience as we work through the coming weeks to months to vaccinate.

Watch this space and FDH Facebook for additional updates.
The Fairfield Department of Health is canceling tomorrow's February 16th COVID-19 vaccine clinic due to weather conditions. We will be calling to reschedule the appointments that were made for tomorrows COVID vaccine clinic.

Weekly Vaccine Update
February 9, 2021

The Fairfield Department of Health is continuing to work on age 79+ at this time. We still have limited access to the COVID-19 vaccine. We will continue to have weekly updates to what age group we are currently working with. We appreciate your patience as we work through the coming weeks to months to vaccinate. Please continue to our website and Facebook page for current and future updates.

In the event of a level 2 snow/ weather emergency, all scheduled vaccinations will be halted until noon. The situation will be reevaluated at that time and if vaccinations need to be rescheduled someone from the health department will reach out to you.

If you have not registered and would like to, please visit sign-up page. This registration only gets people on the list with Fairfield Department of Health for the COVID-19 vaccine.

It is expected that other providers will have limited doses of vaccine for Phase 1B.  The Ohio Department of Health has all the information available on their website.

DO NOT SHOW UP WITHOUT AN APPOINTMENT TO RECEIVE THE VACCINE OR YOU WILL BE TURNED AWAY!
Fairfield County Public Health Alert-Level 3 (RED)
COVID-19 ALERT
MASK WEARING ORDER
FAIRFIELD COUNTY IS CURRENTLY UNDER A LEVEL 3
PUBLIC EMERGENCY
Summary Alert Indicators
The indicators that moved our county to Level 3 (Red) status are listed below:
- New cases per capita (340.2 cases per 100,000 residents)
- Sustained increase in new cases (33.9 average cases on 10/29 to 42.9 p 11/02)
- Proportion of cases not in a congregate setting
- Sustained increase in hospital admissions (0.9 average admissions on 10/17 to 2.4 on 10/22)
The order indicates that face coverings must be worn:
- In any indoor location that is not a residence
- Outdoors if an individual cannot consistently maintain 6ft. distance from individuals who are not members of their household.
- While waiting for, riding, driving or operating public transportation, a taxi, a private car service, or a riding sharing vehicle.
FOR COMPLAINTS IN REGARD TO THE DIRECTOR’S "STAY AT HOME ORDER"
please submit the following complaint form


The Fairfield Department of Health would like to share the Fairfield Medical Center's link for information on COVID-19 updates.
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Fairfield County Department of Health
Isolation/Quarantine Instructions
COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ's

Remember When

Safe. Effective. Rigorously tested. The COVID-19 vaccine is beginning to roll out for older Ohioans and while it will take time before it is available for everyone, it’s the best way to protect our health and help Ohio on the road to recovery. #InThisTogetherOhio


All orders from: Public Health and Governor DeWine
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