The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that all children 6 months or older receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines are available by appointment to patients of the following primary care locations. Call the office directly to schedule.
Anderson Primary Care
Fairfield Primary Care Clinic
Hopple Street Neighborhood Health Center
Hughes STEM School-Based Health Center
Liberty Primary Care
Mason Primary Care
Pediatric Primary Care Center
Rockdale Academy School-Based Health Center
South Avondale School-Based Health Center
Springdale Primary Care
Teen Health Center
Teen Health Mobile Care Center
Community Vaccine Locations
You can also contact one of these resources to find other convenient locations near you:
Ohio Health Department
Northern Kentucky Health Department
Ripley Indiana Health Department
Decatur County Indiana Health Department
Dearborn County Indiana Health Department
The Health Collaborative
Bivalent Vaccine Now Available
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued emergency use authorizations for COVID-19 bivalent vaccines, which are effective against both the original strain of COVID-19 and the Omicron subvariant.
- Children ages 6 months through 4 years who are currently completing a Pfizer primary series will receive a Pfizer COVID-19 bivalent vaccine for their third dose of the primary series. Children in this age group who completed their 3-dose monovalent Pfizer COVID-19 primary series are not eligible for the bivalent vaccine at this time.
- Children ages 6 months through 5 years who previously completed a Moderna primary series are eligible to receive a Moderna bivalent booster two months after their final primary series dose. (Please note that Cincinnati Children’s does not currently administer the Moderna vaccine.)
If you have questions about when to get your vaccine or booster, read about vaccine eligibility from the CDC or reach out to your primary care provider.
Get Your COVID and Flu Vaccines at the Same Visit
Simultaneous administration of age-appropriate vaccines is recommended by the CDC, so patients 6 months and older can get their flu vaccine at the same time they get their COVID vaccine. Call your primary care provider's office to schedule them together.