COVID-19 Vaccine Data as of 5/10/21

First Doses Received To Date: 17,950
First Doses Given To Date: 13,418
1st Doses Given Last Week: 220
2nd Doses Given Last Week: 1,027

*Above data represents vaccine received and given by MCHD only. For countywide data visit:

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine continues to remain much higher than supply. The Health Department is continuing to schedule appointments as soon as vaccine supply is confirmed each week.

How Can I Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine in Medina County?

*Available appointments are posted in ArmorVax on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday mornings. 

In addition to the Health Department, there are other locations in the county with vaccine available. Registration is separate from the Health Department and may vary from location to location. View other providers here: Medina County Vaccine Providers

Clinic Appointment Reminders: 

  • If you’ve made an appointment for either your first or second dose and need to cancel, please call the Health Department at 330-723-9688 or email us at right away. Unlike other vaccines, the COVID-19 vaccine has a shelf life of just a few hours once opened. An entire vial must be used once the first dose is given. Letting us know you are unable to make your appointment will help us quickly schedule someone else to take your spot.
  • If you have any questions about your upcoming appointment, vaccine type, need directions to the location, or anything else, please call the Health Department at 330-723-9688 or email us at Please DO NOT call the community location where the appointment is being held. Community partners who are allowing their building to be used for clinics are not able to assist with any of those types of calls.
  • When scheduling your first dose, we ask you plan ahead three weeks after your first dose Pfizer or four weeks after your first dose Moderna to ensure you will be available for your second appointment. We ask you do not schedule your first appointment knowing you will be traveling out of town or unable to make your second appointment.
  • Medina County Health Department community clinics are placed in ArmorVax on Wednesday, Thursday, and/or Friday mornings before noon. If someone cancels an appointment, that slot will appear in the app and be available for scheduling. Those types of single appointments appear as soon as the cancelation is made, which could be anytime.

For information on eligibility or the state-sponsored mass vaccination clinics, visit: 

The Ohio Department of Health

Get the Shot ODH Scheduling Tool