Dayton Children’s Connor Child Health Pavilion becomes public COVID-19 vaccination site
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Beginning Wednesday, March 24, Dayton Children’s Connor Child Health Pavilion will become a public COVID-19 vaccination site as identified by the state. Any member of the community who qualifies for a COVID vaccine through the guidelines outlined by the state will be able to get a vaccine at Dayton Children’s.
“We are honored to be able to continue to support the community in the vaccination efforts,” says Adam Mezoff, MD, chief medical officer at Dayton Children’s. “The COVID-19 vaccine is an important step in the right direction of ending this pandemic. We welcome with open arms anyone who would like to receive their vaccine to do so at Dayton Children’s.”
All qualified citizens interested in receiving a vaccine can schedule one using Ohio’s vaccine management solution and choose Dayton Children’s Connor Child Health Pavilion as their preferred location.
Who is qualified? Beginning March 29, all citizens over the age of 16 will be qualified to receive a vaccine in the state of Ohio.
“We especially welcome our younger population of teenagers and young adults to Dayton Children’s to receive their vaccine,” says Dr. Mezoff. “We encourage this group to lead the way among their peers and join the many Americans who have already been vaccinated.”
Location: Vaccines will be distributed at The Connor Child Health Pavilion located at 1010 Valley Street. Days and times may vary. Please check https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/ for current hours.
How to schedule: Visit https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/
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