Covid-19 Testing and Vaccine info you can trust

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Hamilton County Commissioners created one of the most robust COVID-19 testing programs in the State of Ohio, if not the nation. Administering over 65,000 tests over the course of the pandemic, the Test and Protect website offers trusted, no-cost COVID-19 testing for everyone who works or lives in Hamilton County. You do not need health insurance and testing sites are conveniently scattered throughout the County nearly every day of the week. Visit the Test and Protect website for info on testing and vaccines!

No Cost Testing

Test and Protect Program (COVID-19 Testing)

Find free COVID-19 testing for all those who live or work in Hamilton County. Health insurance is not required to get a COVID-19 test, but those with health insurance should bring their card. There won’t be any copay or co-insurance. No one is asked about immigration status.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org/test-protect-cincy/

CALL(513) 946-7800

Free At-Home Tests

Need an at-home Covid-19 test? Visit https://www.covidtests.gov/ to have 4 rapid tests shipped to you for free within 7-12 days. Order ahead of time so you have them when you need them!

VISIThttps://www.covidtests.gov/

Other COVID-19 / Vaccine Information

Test and Protect Program (Vaccine Information)

The Test and Protect website provides a comprehensive list of Ohio’s priority groups, and their requirements. The site also includes a list of available vaccine providers, and allows you to register to receive notice when you are eligible to receive the vaccine.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org/covid19/

CALL(513) 946-7800

Hamilton County Public Health

Hamilton County Public Health has been helping to serve, educate, and protect the residents of Hamilton County since 1919. Here are a number of services and programs they offer for residents, businesses, and communities including access to COVID-19 vaccinations. Call their COVID line: (513) 999-2312 Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM! No appointment needed, no cost, and insurance required at several vaccine clinic locations.

VISIThttps://www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org/covid19/

CALL(513) 946-7800

Ohio Department of Health

Ohio entered Phase 1C of its COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan on March 4, 2021. This phase includes 1) individuals who have additional medical conditions that may increase their risk of severe illness and death from COVID19; 2) Ohioans whose occupations include child care, funeral services, law enforcement and correction services. A statewide search tool for locations with vaccines available to eligible populations is provided below, as well as a priority populations and vaccine distribution fact sheet.

VISIThttps://vaccine.coronavirus.ohio.gov/

“Testing is one of the main components of our work toward ending the COVID-19 pandemic. Testing and then isolating positive cases while performing extensive contact tracing is the roadmap to ending this pandemic.”

Greg Kesterman, Hamilton County Health Commissioner