Reporter’s note: This article – including the interactive map within it – is revised at least every Tuesday with the latest information.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Ohio is well into Phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccinations, with most counties vaccinating people 65 years or older and people with severe developmental and medical disorders.
This week will see first shots given to the last remaining school staff. In Central Ohio, those are school employees in Crawford, Fairfield, Knox, Madison, Marion, Perry and Ross counties.
As of Tuesday, 1,474,872 people in Ohio have received at least the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, more than 12% of the population. 707,396, just over 6%, are fully vaccinated.
Use the interactive map below to explore the vaccine distribution plans of all 22 counties in NBC4’s coverage area, as well as vaccination locations listed by the Ohio Department of Health:
Map not showing? Click links below for county health departments’ vaccine plans: