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Covid-19 Vaccine Offered at Several Local Libraries July 13-16

WCHD will be at different sites around Warren County this upcoming week at several local libraries offering Covid-19 vaccine.                The vaccine clinics include:

 7/13/21 Mary L. Cook Library 11 AM-1PM

 381 Old Stage Road, Waynesville 45068

Waynesville VaxOnTheSpot

Covid Vaccine Flyer – Mary L Cook Library

7/14/21 Franklin Public Library 3pm-5pm

 44 East 4th Street, Franklin 45005

Franklin VaxOnTheSpot

Covid Vaccine Flyer – Franklin Public Library

7/15/21 Lebanon Public Library 3pm-5pm

101 S Broadway Street, Lebanon 45036

Lebanon VaxOnTheSpot

Covid Vaccine Flyer – Lebanon Public Library

7/16/21 Salem Township Public Library 11am-1pm

      535 West Pike Street, Morrow 45152

Morrow VaxOnTheSpot

Covid Vaccine Flyer – Salem Township Public Library

FREE $50 GIFT CARD for All Ohio Medicaid and MyCare members age 18 and older will receive a $50 gift card for being vaccinated

Bring your Medicaid Plan Member Id Card.   COVID-19 vaccines are free and available at no cost!

 If you have further questions about vaccine, COVID-19, please call 513-695-2428.

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Statement Following CDC ACIP Meeting from Nation’s Leading Doctors, Nurses and Public Health Leaders on Benefits of Vaccination

Following the CDC Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) meeting myocarditis and pericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination, the following statement was jointly released by doctors, nurses, and public health leaders regarding the benefits of vaccination.

“The facts are clear: this is an extremely rare side effect, and only an exceedingly small number of people will experience it after vaccination. Importantly, for the young people who do, most cases are mild, and individuals recover often on their own or with minimal treatment. In addition, we know that myocarditis and pericarditis are much more common if you get COVID-19, and the risks to the heart from COVID-19 infection can be more severe.

“The vaccines are safe and effective, and they prevent COVID-19 illness. They will help protect you and your family and keep your community safe. We strongly encourage everyone age 12 and older who are eligible to receive the vaccine under Emergency Use Authorization to get vaccinated, as the benefits of vaccination far outweigh any harm. Especially with the troubling Delta variant increasingly circulating, and more readily impacting younger people, the risks of being unvaccinated are far greater than any rare side effects from the vaccines. If you get COVID-19, you could get severely ill and be hospitalized or even die. Even if your infection is mild, you or your child could face long-term symptoms following COVID-19 infection such as neurological problems or diminished lung function.”

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