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Reminder: Pop-up COVID-19 testing sites are still available. Two are scheduled today (1/23) at the Columbus Academy: 4300 Cherry Bottom Rd, Gahanna and at St. Charles Preparatory School: 2010 E. Broad St, Bexley. Visit ow.ly/YV7f50Dg7AH to see more testing site locations. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

Franklin County Public Health
Stylish and vaccinated! 👒We got to meet Ms. Mildred earlier this week at our phase 1B vaccination site.She said common sense was the reason she got her shot and that she looks forward to traveling and going back to church when it’s safe.And her sense of style? Her daughter said she was born with it. #covidvaccine #getvaccinated #vax2normal ... See MoreSee Less
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Franklin County Public Health and Columbus Public Health have extended the Stay at Home Advisory through February 6th.For more info, go to covid-19.myfcph.org/stay-at-home-advisory-extended-until-february-6-2021-january-22-2021/Columbus Public Health and Franklin County Public Health have extended the Stay at Home Advisory until February 6, 2021. The Stay at Home Advisory coincides with Governor Mike DeWine’s extension of the statewide curfew announced yesterday.Residents are advised to continue to stay at home to the greatest extent possible, and to only leave home to go to work or school or for essential needs such as medical care, groceries, medicine and food pick up. ... See MoreSee Less
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Great news! Online scheduling for Tier 1B is open right now!If you or a friend/relative are 75 years and older, you can schedule by visiting bit.ly/vax2normal.We can’t wait to see you at our clinic! ... See MoreSee Less
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UPDATE: Scheduling is now closed and we will announce when scheduling will resume for individuals age 75 years and older. ---------------------------------------------------------Scheduling for 1B is now open!If you or a friend/relative are 75 years and older, you can schedule by visiting bit.ly/vax2normal or calling (614) 525-5225. ... See MoreSee Less
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Recovery takes a community, and Franklin County is offering FREE NARCAN® to its residents to help with the journey. You can get NARCAN®, an opioid overdose reversal drug, sent directly to your home by requesting it at FranklinCountyRecovers.com.#recoverforlife #franklincountyrecovers ... See MoreSee Less
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TOMORROW 1/21 we will begin taking appointments to vaccinate individuals 75+ as part of Phase 1B. These vaccinations will take place next week on Monday 1/25 and Tuesday 1/26. We have approximately 1,200 doses.Appointments can be scheduled starting tomorrow - Thursday, January 21 at 1 p.m. Those who are 75 years and up can schedule their appointment two ways: ✅online at bit.ly/vax2normal [link will be live at 1] or ✅by calling our appointment hotline at 614-525-5225. The hotline will be open from 1 pm – 4 pm on Thursday, January 21.Individuals with congenital and early onset health conditions will be notified by Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities [we are not doing these appointments at this time].Good news is there are many locations available to receive the vaccine. Visit coronavirus.ohio.gov to see the full list of providers. ... See MoreSee Less
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FREE TRANSPORTATION TO VACCINATION SITES FOR PHASE 1BFranklin County Office on Aging will provide free transportation to older adults age 80 years of age or older in Phase 1B who have scheduled a COVID-19 vaccine appointment this week. To arrange transportation, call (614) 525-6200, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. You must have a vaccine appointment scheduled before calling. ... See MoreSee Less
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#Radon can enter your home through cracks and holes in the foundation. Prolonged exposure to radon levels above 4 picocuries per liter of air significantly increases the risk of lung cancer, even for nonsmokers. The only way to know if you have high levels of radon in your home is to get your home tested. www.epa.gov/radon/find-radon-test-kit-or-measurement-and-mitigation-professional ... See MoreSee Less
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UPDATE: The COVID-19 vaccine clinic is no longer taking appointments as all time slots have been filled. Please keep in mind more clinics will be scheduled as vaccine becomes available, and providers, such as pharmacies and healthcare providers, also have a limited amount of vaccine. Please periodically check covid-19.myfcph.org/vaccine/ for updates on upcoming clinics.Scheduling for 1B is now open!If you or a friend/relative are 80 years and older, you can schedule by visiting bit.ly/vax2normal or calling (614) 525-5225.Our scheduling website and call center are experiencing high volumes. Here are some steps you can take and some things to remember:1. There are other providers scheduling appointments around the county. You can find them at: vaccine.coronavirus.ohio.gov/?fbclid=IwAR28WDPqawoic8D6IOVlAp-lTDZuVPJGfDs5Hpmd0uoxzJWmWOhni_1L3VA2. Scheduling will last until 4 p.m. today.3. We will have more clinics for 1B as we get more vaccine.This is amazing for our community that so many people are eager to get vaccinated. We only wish that we could get more vaccine. We will continue working as hard as we can for you while we experience this surge in scheduling! ... See MoreSee Less
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Curious how to schedule an appointment with us for vaccinations next week? Those who are over the age of 80 can begin receiving the vaccination next week. Our supply is limited, so please remain patient as we roll through the phases.Always check our website for regular updates: covid-19.myfcph.org/vaccine/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Columbus Public Health (CPH) and Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) will both receive limited doses of COVID-19 vaccine to start vaccinating our seniors 80 years of age and older next week. CPH will only have 600 doses and FCPH only 500 doses to distribute the week of January 18. FCPH’s scheduling is happening tomorrow from 12-4 p.m. During this timeframe, members of group 1B can schedule by calling (614) 525-5225 or by visiting bit.ly/vax2normal.We encourage family, friends and neighbors of those 80 years and older to help them find the best location to meet their needs and assist them with getting scheduled. CPH and FCPH encourage eligible residents to check and see if their primary care provider, hospital system, or pharmacy have vaccine and sign up that way if that is a more convenient option. The Ohio Department of Health will maintain a list all providers who received vaccine on their website at coronavirus.ohio.gov/. ... See MoreSee Less
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Take a listen for an estimated timeline for Phase 1B. We know it is tough, but please stay patient (and kind) as we navigate this journey together.When it’s your turn to sign up that will be made available and we will provide timely and regular updates. We would encourage you to help those individuals in your life who qualify and may be confused about the sign up process. For daily updates visit our website covid-19.myfcph.org. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Franklin County Public Health
Want a sneak peak of vaccine distribution? 👀Here’s some shots...Remember, we distribute vaccine by appointment only to Tier 1A currently. But we can’t wait to see more of you when we can! #covidvacccine #stayhealthy #staysafe ... See MoreSee Less
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We made NARCAN®, the opioid overdose reversal drug, available to all Franklin County residents for free. Visit FranklinCountyRecovers.com to order one and help our community recover from opioid addiction.#recoverforlife #franklincountyrecovers ... See MoreSee Less
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A new year means new hope as we continue to vaccinate and protect our community.covid-19.myfcph.org/franklin-county-public-health-fcph-covid-19-weekly-status-statement-jan-08-2021/ ... See MoreSee Less
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❗️REMINDER! Hold onto this card for when you return for your second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. It will help us run our operation more smoothly and efficiently. Put it somewhere in your house you’ll remember. Remember to Spread Love, Not COVID! 💜 ... See MoreSee Less
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Curious about all of the organizations currently vaccinating those in Phase 1A? We will continue to release additional information as we progress through other phases. Check out our website frequently covid-19.myfcph.org ... See MoreSee Less
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#Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that is commonly found in rocks and soil, and it enters homes through cracks and other holes in the foundation. Prolonged exposure can cause serious health problems like #lungcancer. www.cdc.gov/nceh/features/protect-home-radon/ #NRAM CDC ... See MoreSee Less
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We are getting a lot of questions about when it will be your turn to get vaccinated. Watch this video to find out where we are starting in our community. This is in line with the the Ohio COVID-19 Vaccination Program.Check our website frequently as we progress through future phases covid-19.myfcph.org/vaccine/ ... See MoreSee Less
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While there is new hope with the vaccine - the time is always right to Spread Love and positivity in our community. Hear from Marlon about what he’s doing in our community. #maskup #spreadlovenotcovidBe sure to checkout spreadlovenotcovid.com to join the team! ... See MoreSee Less
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BREAKING: The Stay-At-Home Advisory has been extended through January 23rd.For more info, go to: covid-19.myfcph.org/stay-at-home-advisory-extended-until-january-23-2021-december-31-2020/Columbus Public Health and Franklin County Public Health have extended the Stay at Home Advisory until January 23, 2021. The Stay at Home Advisory coincides with Governor Mike DeWine’s extension of the statewide 10 p.m. curfew which was expanded due to continuing high case numbers and community spread. Residents are advised to continue to stay at home to the greatest extent possible, and to only leave home to go to work or school or for essential needs such as medical care, groceries, medicine and food pick up. ... See MoreSee Less
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Our agency started vaccinating this week! Assistant Fire Chief Adams has some sound advice. We all need to practice patience and remain vigilant. Keeping in line with the states strategy we are starting by vaccinating those in Phase 1A. These include healthcare providers and personnel who are routinely involved with the care of COVID-19 patients. To see the full list visit our website covid-19.myfcph.org/vaccine/We understand how difficult this year has been and we are working hard to move as quickly and efficiently as we can. We are grateful you are a part of our community! 🤍 ... See MoreSee Less
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Hope is on the horizon with the COVID-19 vaccinations! We look forward to serving you in the year ahead. We will get through this together!Learn more by reading our weekly statement: covid-19.myfcph.org/franklin-county-public-health-fcph-covid-19-weekly-status-statement-december-... ... See MoreSee Less
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We are just beginning the COVID-19 vaccination process with Phase 1A. Check out our website for more information covid-19.myfcph.org/vaccine/We will be updating our website frequently as more phases begin to rollout in the future. We are moving as quickly as possible and appreciate your understanding and patience.Please keep protecting yourself and others by continuing to wear your mask, watch your distance and wash your hands. #spreadlovenotcovid ... See MoreSee Less
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Today was monumental for our agency as well as our community! First Responders are critical to the health and safety of our community.It was an honor to hold our first COVID-19 vaccination clinic for our fire and EMS personnel as part of Phase 1A.We are full of gratitude. Stay vigilant Franklin County - wear your mask, watch your distance and wash your hands! ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Franklin County Public Health
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Franklin County connects people with the right support, resources, and treatment for addiction to help them recover for life. Take the first step at FranklinCountyRecovers.com. #recoverforlife #franklincountyrecovers ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Franklin County Public Health
‘Tis the season for joy, kindness and above all else: love 💗 Celebrate the holiday season with your loved ones by sharing a recipe and cooking virtually! To learn more about spreading love, visit: spreadlovenotcovid.com #spreadlovenotcovid #happyholidays ... See MoreSee Less
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The vaccine is in the building!Our awesome team of nurses brought in our first shipment of the Moderna vaccine this afternoon. They'll be among our first set of people vaccinated this weekend followed by our county's first responders.Remember, vaccinating our county will take time. Be sure to keep wearing a mask, washing your hands and watching your distance to keep yourself and others safe as we go through this journey together! ... See MoreSee Less
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How do we shorten this pandemic?By practicing the two Vs: Vaccination and Vigilance.Learn more by reading our weekly statement: covid-19.myfcph.org/franklin-county-public-health-fcph-covid-19-weekly-status-statement-december-... ... See MoreSee Less
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Franklin County helps people heal from addiction and recover for life. You don’t need to start your recovery journey alone. Get support at FranklinCountyRecovers.com. #recoverforlife #franklincountyrecovers ... See MoreSee Less
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Free, pop-up COVID-19 testing sites are scheduled in Grove City today (Dec. 22) from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Grove City Church of the Nazarene, 4770 Hoover Road, and tomorrow from 9 a.m. to noon at the Grove City Recreation Center, 4665 Hoover Road.No appointment is needed. A health care provider’s referral is not needed; however, quantities may be limited. Can't make it to these testing sites? Go to covid-19.myfcph.org/testing/ to view other locations. ... See MoreSee Less
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If you are feeling stressed, anxious or would just like to speak with someone, the line is open. Call 614-276-2273 to have a conversation with someone who understands. You are never alone.ADAMH Board of Franklin CountyFranklin County Board of Commissioners ... See MoreSee Less
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Your family may not like that you're not coming home for the holidays...So save face by sending your face! Act now! Special offer! Words!But wait! There's more! Sending your face means you won't be a super spreader!Call today: www.spreadlovenotcovid.com/ #spreadlovenotcovid ... See MoreSee Less
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Celebrating small will give us the greatest gift of all...A wonderfully happy new year!covid-19.myfcph.org/franklin-county-public-health-fcph-covid-19-weekly-status-statement-december-... ... See MoreSee Less
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You're never truly alone, even on the holidays.If you’re feeling stressed or need help call (614) 276-CARE (2273). #SpreadLoveNotCOVID #keeptheholidayssafe ... See MoreSee Less
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The Stay-At-Home Advisory for Columbus and Franklin County residents has been extended until January 2, 2021 due to high case numbers and community spread and coincides with the Governor’s 10 p.m. curfew. covid-19.myfcph.org/advisoryextended-december-17.../ ... See MoreSee Less
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We would like to thank the Franklin County Board of Commissioners for their investment in racial equity and inclusion. While this has been a challenging year for all - we are grateful for their partnership and aligned vision on creating a healthy, thriving and equitable community for all of our residents.At their final meeting of the year, the commissioners passed a responsible, sustainable, and forward-looking budget for 2021. Their first meeting of next year will be on January 5th. Learn more below.commissioners.franklincountyohio.gov/news/2020/commissioners-pass-2021-budget,-anticipating-ongoi ... See MoreSee Less
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2020: Different celebrations. Same terrifying questions from your family.This year, scream "Yikes!" on mute to keep you and your loved ones safe. #SpreadLoveNotCOVID ... See MoreSee Less
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Addiction is a disease, not a choice. Franklin County connects people with resources and support for every step of their recovery journey. Start yours today at FranklinCountyRecovers.com. #recoverforlife #franklincountyrecovers ... See MoreSee Less
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The holidays are different this year, but those awkward conversations are here to stay. Celebrate this season with love. Celebrate safely. #spreadlovenotcovid.For more info, go to: www.spreadlovenotcovid.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
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“We are in the timeframe now that probably for the next 60 to 90 days we're going to have more deaths per day than we had at 9/11 or we had at Pearl Harbor.” – Robert Redfield, CDC DirectorYou can find the weekly statement here:covid-19.myfcph.org/fcph-covid-19-status-statement-december-11-2020/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Which mask do you want to wear?Choose the mask that helps you Spread Love, Not COVID.Learn more at www.spreadlovenotcovid.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The National African American Male Wellness Agency, (AAWellness) along with community partners, will distribute free Making A Safer Community (M.A.S.C.) - UP! kits, which includes masks, hand sanitizer, temperature strips and more. The event will take place today (12/9) and tomorrow from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Grove City. www.aawalk.org/m-a-s-c-campaign ... See MoreSee Less
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We all have a personal responsibility to slow the spread. If you test positive for COVID-19 tell your close contacts they may have been exposed. You are helping to protect everyone by letting your close contacts know. You can contact them by using tellyourcontacts.org.*For COVID-19, a close contact is anyone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for a total of 15 minutes or more. An infected person can spread COVID-19 starting 48 hours (or 2 days) before the person has any symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19.Learn more at covid-19.myfcph.org. ... See MoreSee Less
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What new hobbies or skills have you learned this year? Let's Spread Love, Not COVID in our community by wearing our mask, watching our distance and washing our hands. Together we can slow the spread! Join the cause at spreadlovenotcovid.com!#spreadlovenotcovid ... See MoreSee Less
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