Fayette County Public Health

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COVID-19 vaccinations are now open for Phase 1b for Fayette County, OHIO:
Click here to pre-register for a vaccine at Fayette County Public Health.
Click here for a complete list of vaccination providers.

Once your appointment is made, if you need transportation, Community Action Transportation can assist you in getting to your appointment (740-335-9628).


** Due to COVID-19, all FCPH services are currently being offered by appointment only. Call 740-335-5910 to make an appointment.**


COVID-19 information, updates, and
question/complaint form can be found here.


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World War II veteran Robert (Bob) Estle, 96, of Washington Court House received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from Director of Nursing Tonda Bradley, RN, today. Shown with Bob and Tonda is his friend and FCPH clerk, Heidi Phipps. Dusty Bainter of Fayette County EMS received his second dose of vaccine. EMS personnel were included in Phase 1a of Ohios vaccination distribution program.Image attachment

World War II veteran Robert (Bob) Estle, 96, of Washington Court House received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from Director of Nursing Tonda Bradley, RN, today. Shown with Bob and Tonda is his friend and FCPH clerk, Heidi Phipps. Dusty Bainter of Fayette County EMS received his second dose of vaccine. EMS personnel were included in Phase 1a of Ohio's vaccination distribution program. ... See MoreSee Less

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I brought Uncle Bob yesterday and had a lot of questions and concerns. The lady that administered his shot did great at being patient with me and answered everything I asked. One question that I had was "what if you don't get the 2nd round of vaccines within the 28 day time frame?" I am confused about the answer I was given. She stated that it wouldn't matter if he didn't get the 2nd shot right at the 28 day mark. With all the research I've seen, it seems like it does need to be given 28 days later. Can you clarify this please?

January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month.

Folic acid is important because it can help prevent some major birth defects of the baby’s brain and spine. If you plan to or could become pregnant, you should consume 400 micrograms (mcg) of folic acid every day to ensure your baby’s proper development and growth.

You can get folic acid from:

✅A varied diet.

✅Taking a vitamin that has folic acid in it.

✅Eating fortified foods.

✅Getting a combination of the two: taking a vitamin that has folic acid in it and eating fortified foods.

If you would like to learn more about how to have a healthy pregnancy, contact Fayette County Help Me Grow to learn how the program can help! The Help Me Grow Home Visiting program provides expectant or new parents with the information, support and encouragement they need through a voluntary, high-quality home visiting service. You can also call the office at 740-335-5111.
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COVID-19 case, hospitalizations, and deaths by age (as of 1/25/2021).

COVID-19 case, hospitalizations, and deaths by age (as of 1/25/2021). ... See MoreSee Less

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Do you guys call us for 2nd vaccine or do we need to call to make appt when its time?

I'm registered for 75and up have no email do you call with time and date

Stop the spread of COVID-19. If you are tested because you have symptoms or because you have been exposed to someone who is positive for COVID-19, stay home while you wait for your test results.

Stop the spread of COVID-19. If you are tested because you have symptoms or because you have been exposed to someone who is positive for COVID-19, stay home while you wait for your test results. ... See MoreSee Less

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At my last oncology appointment in Clinton County, I was asked if I was awaiting COVID-19 test results. First time I've been asked that one. Good idea, though.

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