COVID-19 Vaccine Data as of 10/26/21

Total Doses Given Last Week: 328

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

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The Health Department continues to hold community clinics at various locations throughout the county. Citizens are encouraged to download the ArmorVax app on their smart device or create an account at to find available appointments. Detailed instructions for using the scheduling system can be found here: COVID-19 vaccine appointments can be scheduled through this system. Walk-in appointments welcome at all public community clinics.

Where Can I Get a Vaccine in Medina County? 

In addition to community clinics through the Health Department, the vaccine is widely available at other locations throughout Medina County. Click here for a list of locations. Registration is separate from the Health Department and may vary from location to location.

How Can I Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine with the Health Department?
Walk-ins welcome at all clinics! Pre-registration through ArmorVax is recommended to expedite the check-in process.

Do I Need A Booster Shot?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have authorized a COVID-19 booster dose for certain fully vaccinated people to maximize ongoing protection against COVID 19. Click here to see who’s eligible.

Appointments are available at all Medina County Health Department Community clinics beginning October 25: Community members are encouraged to bring their COVID-19 vaccine card and some form of identification to their appointment.

Vaccination Resources for Children and Teens

Preparing for your COVID-19 Vaccination

CDC Resources

Ohio Department of Health Resources