Huron County Public Health (HCPH) is working to distribute safe, effective COVID-19 vaccines county-wide to those who choose to be vaccinated.

This page is intended to provide residents with information about the vaccine, our distribution plan, and details about when, where, and how COVID-19 vaccines will be available locally.




IMPORTANT UPDATE: At this time, eligible individuals in Phases 1B, 1C, and Phase 2 can schedule an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at HCPH by calling 419-668-1652 ext.241, 263, 244, or 257. HCPH asks for continued patience as we expect a surge in interest as a new age group of individuals becomes eligible and the new vaccine type comes online.

Huron County has been receiving a very limited quantity of vaccines from the Ohio Department of Health. We are glad there is such demand from our area to get the vaccine; however, we ask for your patience until a wider supply of vaccine is available. A chart containing information for all COVID-19 vaccine providers in Huron County currently receiving vaccine can be found HERE. A statewide vaccine provider search is also available HERE.

Availability for the groups included in Phase 1B listed below began on the following dates:

  • Week of January 19, 2021: Individuals aged 80+

  • Week of January 25, 2021: Individuals aged 75+; those with specific medical conditions* AND a developmental or intellectual disability.

  • Week of February 1, 2021: Individuals aged 70+ and K-12 personnel

  • Week of February 8, 2021: Individuals aged 65+

  • Week of February 15, 2021: Those with specific medical conditions*

*Medical conditions included in this Phase include: cerebral palsy; spina bifida; congenital heart disease; type 1 diabetes; inherited metabolic disorders; severe neurologic disorders including epilepsy; severe genetic disorders including Down Syndrome, Fragile X, Prader Willi Syndrome, Turner Syndrome; severe lung disease including cystic fibrosis and severe asthma; sickle cell anemia; and alpha- and beta-thalassemia.


Availability for the groups in Phase 1C and Phase 2 listed below are slated to begin on Thursday, March 4, 2021:

  • Phase 1C: Individuals with Type 1 Diabetes, individuals who are pregnant, bone marrow transplant recipients, individuals living with ALS/Lou Gehrig's Disease, individuals who hold specific occupations in childcare services*, funeral services*, and active-duty law enforcement & correction officers*.

  • Phase 2: Individuals aged 60+

*Childcare services include administrators, lead and assistant teachers, and substitutes enrolled in Ohio's Professional Registry who are currently working in open child-care and pre-Kindergarten programs as well as licensing specialists employed by the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services or county Job and Family Service agencies.

*Funeral services include embalmers/morticians, funeral home directors, crematory operators, and apprentices.

*Law Enforcement and Correction Officers include sworn law enforcement officers and peace officers who have first responder or direct supervisory responsibilities. These persons must be active duty (ie. Working a regular minimum of 20 hours per week). This does not include retired, "special", or reserve persons. Corrections staff including probation and parole staff, who provide direct services to an adult or juvenile inmate or a court-supervised individual. Individuals who have a valid firefighting certificate in the State of Ohio who are active members or employees of a recognized Ohio fire department. This does not include retirement, emeritus, or reserve individuals.


Map of COVID-19 Vaccines Administered by Huron County Public Health


HCPH will follow Ohio's Phased approach for COVID-19 vaccination set forth by Governor Mike DeWine. 

COVID-19 vaccine information

Have questions about COVID-19 vaccines or looking for vaccine information? Read more on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s Website.

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COVID-19 vaccination will help keep you from getting COVID-19 and is an important tool to help stop the pandemic.

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