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 in its fourth week offering coronavirus vaccines to everyone age 16 and up. The state is in Phase 2D of its distribution plan, and it will move into Phases 3 and 4 when the vaccine supply is “widely available.”
Only Pfizer’s two-shot vaccine has been approved for 16- and 17-year-olds. Moderna’s two-shot vaccine and Johnson & Johnson’s one-shot vaccine can only be used on adults. Use of the J&J vaccine, however, is paused as U.S. officials investigate reports of rare blood clotting in six women who got the vaccine.
As of Tuesday, more than 4.4 million people have gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, 38% of the population. 3.1 million are fully vaccinated, 27% of the population.
Use the interactive map below to explore the vaccine distribution plans of all 22 county health departments in NBC4’s coverage area, as well as vaccination sites. The map reflects where counties are in their plans on Tuesday, April 20.
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