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The Union County Health Department offers vaccination clinics each week in accordance with the state of Ohio’s current eligibility requirements. The clinics are by appointment only. An appointment scheduler opens up late in the week for next week’s clinics. We do not keep a pre-registered list of persons interested in vaccination.

COVID-19 vaccination clinics provided by the Union County Health Department are a drive thru service at the Union County Fairgrounds. Once you have your appointment, you come to the Union County Fairgrounds at your date and time. The drive thru process takes about 30 minutes including the recommended 15 min post vaccination waiting period.

Find Out When Vaccine is Available for You

The initial COVID-19 vaccine supply is very limited. It will take time before the vaccine is available widely within the U.S. The U.S. is continuing to work to provide COVID-19 vaccination to any person who would like it.
The Union County Health Department is not currently keeping a list of individuals within the community at large who would like to be vaccinated. We just don’t know enough yet about the vaccine supply we will be receiving and a timeline. As vaccine becomes more available, we will continue to notify residents about who we can vaccinate and how on this website, through email updates to those who have signed up to receive updates, and local media outlets. To make sure you don’t miss any updates in local vaccine availability, please sign up for our email updates by clicking on the blue “Join Email List” button to the right.

COVID-19 Vaccination in Union County, Ohio

Who Is Eligible for Vaccination?

Eligibility is set by the State of Ohio. In compliance with the state’s tiered eligibility, the Union County Health Department is currently vaccinating individuals:

Age Eligible Groups

  • Persons age 40 and older.

Medical Condition Eligible Groups

  • Pregnant women
  • Persons with type I diabetes
  • Persons with type II diabetes
  • Persons with end-stage renal disease
  • Persons with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease
  • Bone marrow transplant recipients
  • Persons with cancer
  • Persons with chronic kidney disease
  • Persons with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Persons with heart disease
  • Persons with obesity
  • Persons born with or who have early childhood conditions that are carried into adulthood. This includes:
    • Sickle cell anemia.
    • Down syndrome.
    • Cystic fibrosis.
    • Muscular dystrophy.
    • Cerebral palsy.
    • Spina bifida.
    • People born with severe heart defects, requiring regular specialized medical care.
    • Phenylketonuria (PKU), Tay-Sachs, and other rare, inherited metabolic disorders.
    • Epilepsy with continuing seizures; hydrocephaly; microcephaly, and other severe neurological disorders.
    • Turner syndrome, fragile X syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, and other severe genetic disorders.
    • People with severe asthma, who have been hospitalized for this in the past year.
    • Alpha and beta thalassemia
    • Solid organ transplant candidates and recipients.

Eligible Occupations

  • Law enforcement and corrections officers
  • Firefighters
  • Childcare Services: Staff working in a childcare center or pre-kindergarten program who have regular, on-going direct contact with students. Person must be licensed through the state of Ohio.
  • Funeral Services: Licensed staff and active apprentices


Ohio Upcoming Vaccination Eligibility Timeline:

  • March 29 – Persons age 16 and older (minimum age allowed by current vaccine manufacturers)


How to Make Your COVID-19 Vaccination Appointment in Union County, Ohio?

  • Union County Health Department: The Union County Health Department receives a limited amount of vaccine each week. We open up an online appointment scheduler at once a week based on next week’s vaccine allocation. This scheduler typically opens late in the week for clinics that are held the next week. We are not “pre-registering” individuals for future clinics. Vaccine arrives weekly and quantities are unknown so we can only book appointments one week at a time. You must be in one of Ohio’s eligible groups in order to book your appointment. If you do not have computer access to book an appointment, you can call the Union County Health Department at (937) 642-2053 or Union County Senior Services on the day the scheduler opens up (937) 644-1010 to get assistance. You can also call the Marysville Public Library, Northern Union County Public Library, or check with your local church – many of which are helping people to register. If you are age 60 or older and need transportation assistance to get to your vaccination appointment, please let the Union County Health Department know or call Union County Senior Services once you have an appointment at (937) 644-1010 select option 5.
  • Kroger Pharmacy (W. 5th St, Marysville): Kroger pharmacy in Marysville is offering COVID-19 vaccinations for age eligible persons in accordance with the state of Ohio. All COVID-19 vaccinations require an appointment. Appointments can be made at or by calling Kroger’s COVID-19 vaccine helpline at 866-211-5320.
  • Walgreens Pharmacy (Coleman’s Crossing, Marysville): Walgreens pharmacy at Coleman’s Crossing in Marysville is now offering COVID-19 vaccination for age eligible persons in accordance with the state of Ohio. Vaccination is by appointments. Appointments can be made through the Walgreens pharmacy patient portal:


Vaccination in Union County, Ohio – Here’s What We Know

  • Vaccine supply remains very limited.
    • It will take many weeks to vaccinate every person who wants to be vaccinated
    • We anticipate receiving as few as 300 doses and as many as 1,000 doses a week for the next several weeks.
  • Stay tuned to these email updates. Information will be coming out each week about who is eligible, when you can make your appointment, and how to sign up for the coming week’s vaccine clinic(s).
    • Vaccine planning and logistics are on very condensed timeframes.
    • Vaccine shipments arrive weekly on either Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. We do not know the exact date the vaccine will arrive for that week’s use.
    • We do not know the estimated quantity of vaccine to expect for the next week until Tuesday or Wednesday of the current week.
  • Our goal is to administer every dose we receive within the week we receive it.
    • Please be patient and know that we will keep pushing information out to our residents as we have it.
    • We will keep adding vaccination opportunities as much as we can based upon vaccine supply.
  • We will be using a drive thru clinic style that will be by appointment. Appointments will be made online with opportunities to make an appointment by phone for residents without a computer.
    • Appointments are being used to help with traffic flow and to help us meet data reporting requirements.
    • Proof of age will need to be shown at the clinic (ID, birth certificate, etc).
    • Drive thru format is something we are comfortable with and helps us maintain social distancing.