Jun 4, 2021

Community Clinics


In the Cincinnati region, providers listed on the Test & Protect Cincy website offer open public clinics. Vaccines are free to all individuals.

Children ages 12-15 are now eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, and individuals/families do not need to be patients at these providers to receive a vaccine. Parents/guardians must be present to provide consent.  Parents with questions are encouraged to reach out to their child’s pediatrician.

If you need transportation to a vaccine clinic, contact United Way of Greater Cincinnati 211 for ride assistance through Lyft. In addition, any seniors ages 60+ who need a ride to their appointment can request transport from Council on Aging at (855) 546-6352 or online here. 

Individuals of any age who need a ride to their appointment can contact the Cancer Justice Network at (513) 404-3882.  Please note that at least 2-3 days of notice is needed to arrange transport services through Council on Aging or Cancer Justice Network.

You can find vaccine providers in the Cincinnati region here, or click here to find providers across Ohio.
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