To register for an appointment, please use our new app by clicking here.  For instructions on how to set up an account and an appointment, click here.  If you prefer to schedule through Marion Public Health staff, please email appointments@marionpublichealth.org or call 740-387-6520.

New groups open beginning March 19, 2021.  Those eligible include:

  1. People ages 40 and older
  2. People who have a qualifying congenital/early-onset medical condition (for a list of qualifying conditions, click here)
  3. Occupations: healthcare workers, EMS, K-12 staff, law enforcement, corrections, child care, funeral, firefighters
  4. Pregnant women, type 1 and type 2 diabetics, people with ALS, people who have had a bone marrow transplant, and those with end-stage renal disease
  5. People with cancer, COPD, obesity, Chronic Kidney Disease, heart disease

Beginning March 29, 2021, vaccination for COVID19 will open up to all people over the age of 16.  Please note that those ages 16 and 17 can only receive Pfizer vaccine–that is the only vaccine approved for this age group.

Other COVID19 vaccine providers may have vaccines available.   Visit Get the Shot Ohio to find locations throughout Ohio or register through one of these community resources:

visit Walmart.com  or call 740-389-4573

visit Kroger.com or call 866-211-5320 

visit Meijer.com or call 740-389-5402

visit OhioHealth or call 614-533-6999

COVID Vaccine Myths and Facts 

Curious about COVID-19 vaccines, their safety, and efficacy? Educate yourself by reading what is a myth, and what is a fact, about COVID-19 vaccines.

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Preparing for COVID Vaccination

These resources below, created by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, can help people prepare for their vaccination.

CDC Resources

Information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website to help educate patients on the COVID-19 vaccine, its benefits, vaccine safety, who gets vaccinated first, and other information important to patients.