fulton county (Ohio) covid-19 vaccine  information & Guidance

videoFulton County (OHIO) partners are working together to provide current information and vaccination opportunities for all Fulton County residents.  Please check this page regularly for the most up-to-date information.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has adopted streamlined recommendations for dealing with common respiratory viral illnesses, including COVID-19. As a part of this guidance, CDC and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) continue to recommend core prevention strategies such as staying up to date on vaccinations, practicing good hygiene, taking steps for cleaner air, and staying home when sick.

Individuals can return to normal activities when symptoms have been getting better for 24 hours. Individuals who had a fever as a symptom can resume normal activities when the fever has been gone for at least 24 hours (without the use of fever-reducing medicines). Once people return to normal activities, they should take enhanced precautions for the next five days (including wearing a well-fitting mask when able, keeping a distance from others, and using available test methods to inform individual actions).




6 MONTHS and Older @ FCHD

☎️  Call 419.337.0915 to schedule your appointment

Some same day & evenings available

Additional Sites Offering Vaccine ~ Call For Details/Appointments

📍 Rite-Aid ~ Swanton (419.825.1161)

📍 Rite-Aid ~ Archbold (419.446.2335)

📍 Rite-Aid ~ Wauseon (419.337.5050)

📍 Kroger ~ Swanton (419.825.1475)

📍 WalMart ~ Wauseon (419.337.8122)

Double Check   All children 18 years and younger must have an adult (ex. parent/legal guardian/grandparent/aunt/uncle) present for COVID vaccine administration, with proper parent/legal guardian consent to administer vaccine received. 

Double Check   Vaccine Fact Sheets

Pfizer-BioNTech Fact Sheet ~ 6mo - 11yo

Moderna Fact Sheet ~ 6mo - 11yo

Moderna Spikevax Vaccine Fact Sheet ~ 12yo and older

COVID-19 County Check / Isolation & Exposure calculator