COVID-19 Update 3.1.21

3/1 --

Please...It's up to all of us to protect each other! Mask Up, Wash Up, Back Up (6 feet!) to avoid further spread of the virus! We're all in this together, Greene County!

SPECIAL NOTE: The Bureau of Infectious Diseases and the Bureau of Vital Statistics continue to reconcile death data. This process is ongoing as the teams complete a deep review of the data. This review will result in some fluctuations in death numbers moving forward.


GCPH Reminds Residents of Clinics at Russ Research Center in Beavercreek

2/22 -- Greene County Public Health (GCPH) officials would like to remind the public that the Russ Research Center is only providing space for COVID-19 vaccine clinics and is not responsible for the operation or management of any of the scheduled clinics. The Center has been receiving many phone calls at all hours of the day asking about clinics. Please do not call the Russ Research Center for information.

Updated Provider List for Greene County

2/12 -- This is the updated provider list through as of 2.18.21. 

GCPH Warns Residents of Scammers

2/11 -- Greene County Public Health officials have been alerted to the possibility of people fraudulently contacting residents by phone, text or email posing as public health officials and sharing information on the vaccine or other topics related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This information is to ensure that our residents get the official information from our agency and are not scammed.

GCPH Forms Partnership with Ohio University's Russ Research Center in Beavercreek

2/8 -- Greene County Public Health is proud to announce a partnership with Ohio University’s Russ Research Center in Beavercreek for COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

VACCINATION UPDATE: Vaccine Remains Limited, Patience is Key

2/3 -- Vaccine is continuing to come into Greene County, albeit very slowly and not enough, which is frustrating for everyone, including Greene County Public Health officials. Since vaccinations began in January, new age brackets have been added weekly by the state making it difficult to vaccinate everyone who wants the vaccine. Greene County Public Health is continuing to vaccinate those remaining who are part of Phase 1A, along with those listed in Phase 1B (see below). Next week, individuals ages 65 and older will be eligible.

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