Coronavirus: Ohio to receive nearly 20,000 additional vaccines this week
Gov. Mike DeWine and his wife, Fran, along with Springfield Regional Medical Center President Adam Groshans, right, greet a UPS driver as he delivers the first COVID-19 vaccine at the hospital Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2020. BILL LACKEY/STAFF
The state will also start the second phase of federal Pharmacy Long-Term Care Partnership program, allowing vaccinations to be administered in assisted living centers and other long-term care facilities, such as residential care facilities and facilities for those with developmental disabilities. Vaccinations will continue at retirement communities as well.
As of Tuesday, 8,453 people have received their first of two doses of the vaccine in Ohio, according to ODH.