(WJW) — The coronavirus vaccine will become available to more Ohioans over the next month. As the state prepares, several Northeast Ohio counties are announcing plans for those who fit the criteria.
Last week, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said on Jan. 19, vaccinations will be available to those 80 and older. The governor said they anticipate receiving vaccines from the manufacturer on Jan. 18 with distribution starting the next day. Vaccinations will be open to those 75 and older on Jan. 25 and those 65 and older on Feb. 8.