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NEWS CATEGORY: COVID-19

Uptick of COVID-19 Cases in Bexley Mirror Statewide Trends

Bexley's COVID statistics have been low for several months, but a recent uptick mirrors statewide numbers that suggest community spread is on the ...

Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People

Currently authorized vaccines in the United States are highly effective at protecting vaccinated people against symptomatic and severe COVID-19. Additionally, a growing body ...

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Bexley on Saturday, May 22nd

In partnership with Bexley Urgent Care, Capital University, and the Ohio Department of Health, we are offering a second COVID-19 vaccine clinic on May ...

Franklin County Moves to Level 4 (Purple) on the Public Health Advisory System

Governor DeWine announced today that Franklin County has moved to level purple (advisory level 4) within the Ohio Public Health Advisory System. ...

COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Clinics in Ohio

The State of Ohio is sponsoring 18 mass vaccination clinics to ensure all Ohioans have access to COVID-19 vaccine as it becomes ...

COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Resources

Ohio’s new Vaccine Management Solution (VMS) is a streamlined tool to help Ohioans determine vaccine eligibility, find provider locations, and receive updates. Check your eligibility ...

Review CDC Guidance Before Considering Spring Break Travel

Starting March 10, 2021, the Ohio Department of Health (ODH), will no longer issue a travel advisory for those entering Ohio after ...

Reminder: Bexley City Hall Closed for In-Person Visitors

Bexley City Hall is currently closed to in-person visitors due to COVID-19. Residents and guests are encouraged to conduct business via phone ...

Franklin County Public Health Announces New Contact Tracing Resource

Contact tracing is a key strategy to contain the spread of any communicable disease. Up until now, Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) ...

Contact Tracing During a Surge

If You've Tested Positive for COVID-19, Here's How You Can Help Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases, health departments have been ...
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