AOA helps 300 older adults get vaccinated

As part of its continuing efforts to get the COVID-19 vaccine to as many older adults as possible, the Area Office on Aging co-sponsored a Vaccine Clinic in the Ohio Senior Community of Toledo on February 10. Working with the Ohio Department of Aging Regional Rapid Response Assistance Program, Black and White Transportation, the Ohio National Guard and the Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, the clinic helped more than 300 older residents of 13 different facilities begin the process of getting vaccinated. In recent days, the Area Office on Aging has seen a dramatic increase in calls about the vaccine. Individuals interested in scheduling an appointment to get vaccinated are encouraged to be patient when calling the Office at 419-382-0624, or to visit lucascountyhealth.com.

 

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