COVID-19 Vaccine Information

For Preble County

How to sign up in Preble County:

  1. Visit  

    1. If vaccine is available and you meet an eligible group, there will be dates/times you can select and sign up. 

    2. If vaccine is NOT available there will NOT BE dates/time to sign up for.​​ 

    3. Check this website and Facebook (@preblecohealth) for announcements on availability.  

  2. Check with other providers in our county including Camden Village PharmacyCVS and Walgreens. We expect more providers in the near future.  

  3. If you are unable to register on and call into our office's vaccine line, please SLOWLY state your NAME, AGE, and PHONE NUMBER with AREA CODE.

    1. Once you have left this information you are placed on our call list for registering for your vaccination.  We will call you when vaccine becomes available.

  4. Please DO NOT make multiple calls if you have already left your NAME, AGE, and PHONE NUMBER as you are already placed on the list.  Every additional time you call your name is re-entered on our list, which is pushing your spot the end of the list.   

  5. Vaccine supply is still very limited.  While you may be eligible to be vaccined according to the State of Ohio's rollout plan, there is not enough vaccine available for all who fit into those categories.  

  6. Please be patient!  Despite current vaccine shortages we will get to everyone in Preble County who wishes to be vaccinated.  

Current Phase: 1E and 2C


Governor DeWine announced today (3-1-2021) that Ohio is expected to receive more than 448,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine this week. Of that total, more than 96,000 doses of the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be delivered to around 200 new independent pharmacy providers as well as chain pharmacies, hospitals, and health departments.

Ohio now offers more than 1,200 provider locations. Ohioans can find vaccine provider locations at Those who do not have access to the internet or are having trouble managing the online scheduling systems should call their local health department, the 211 helpline center, or the Area Agencies on Aging at 1-866-243-5678. 


In response to this significant increase in the amount of vaccine coming into Ohio, Governor DeWine today outlined the individuals who are included in Phase 1C and Phase 2 of Ohio's vaccination plan which will go into effect on March 4.

Phase 1C includes approximately 246,000 eligible Ohioans with certain occupations and with certain medical conditions not addressed in previous phases.

Phase 1C: Medical Groups

  • Type 1 diabetes

  • Pregnant women

  • Bone marrow transplant recipients

  • ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)


Phase 1C: Occupations


  • Childcare Services - Approximately 40,400 Ohioans:

    • Administrators, lead and assistant teachers, and substitutes who are enrolled in Ohio’s Professional Registry who are currently working in open childcare and pre-kindergarten programs.

    • Licensing specialists employed by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services or county job and family services agencies.

      • This phase does not include parent volunteers, board members, or owners/administrators that do not provide in-classroom supports. 

  • Funeral Services - Approximately 3,600 Ohioans: Embalmers/morticians, funeral home directors, crematory operators, and apprentices.

  • Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers - Approximately 76,000 Ohioans: Examples of law enforcement occupations included in Phase 1C are police officers; sheriff’s deputies; Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers; other state or federal enforcement officers such as Ohio Department of Natural Resource enforcement staff, pharmacy board investigators, BCI agents, state fire marshal investigators, federal transportation security officers, and other federal law enforcement officers who do not have access to vaccination from federal sources.

Phase 2 and beyond

Because the risk of more severe reactions and outcomes of COVID-19 increase with age, Phase 2 will open vaccinations based on age, beginning with Ohioans ages 60 and older. This group includes approximately 695,000 eligible Ohioans.

Extended eligibility criteria is the result of a significant increase in the amount of vaccine coming into Ohio.


Phase 1E

Vaccinations for Phase 1E will begin on Friday, March 19, 2021. This phase includes:

  • Individuals who have the specified medical conditions listed below that may increase their risk of severe illness and death from COVID-19.

  • These individuals are not already eligible through Ohio’s age-based approach to vaccine eligibility.

  • Eligible individuals can receive a vaccine from the participating vaccination provider of their choice. Individuals may be asked to confirm that they are eligible to receive the vaccine based on a qualifying medical condition during the registration or screening process (they will not be required to provide proof of medical eligibility).



Individuals with at least one of the following medical conditions:

  • Cancer.

  • Chronic kidney disease (CKD).

  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

  • Heart disease.

  • Obesity.


Phase 2C

Phase 2C expands age-based eligibility to approximately 818,000 Ohioans between ages 40-49.



  • Individuals age 40 and older.

  • Individuals age 50 and older previously eligible under Phase 1B, Phase 2A or Phase 2B who have not yet received the vaccine remain eligible under Phase 2C.


Phase 2D

Ohioans age 16 and older will become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine under Phase 2D of Ohio’s vaccination program beginning Monday, March 29, 2021.

Individuals ages 16-17 will be eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine, the only COVID-19 vaccine authorized for use for those under the age of 18, with parental or legal guardian consent.

Resources for COVID-19 Vaccine

For more information of on the COVID-19 vaccination please check out these sources for information on the vaccine.  

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