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Monkeypox Vaccine Clinic – Registration Open
Monkeypox Vaccine Update
Columbus Public Health will be holding a vaccine clinic on September 8 at Columbus Public Health (240 Parsons Ave.). Registration for this clinic will open Tuesday, September 6, at 9 a.m. You must have an appointment. Walk-ins will not be accepted.
To receive a vaccine, individuals must be a Franklin County resident 18 or older AND meet one of the following criteria:
- Men who have sex with men, transgender or gender non-conforming people.
- Anyone who exchanges sex for money, goods, or services.
Register for a vaccine, starting Tuesday at 9 a.m., here or call 614-645-1519.
All appointments are for the JYNNEOS vaccine, a two-dose series given 28 days apart. Second dose appointments will be scheduled at your first appointment.
If you have previously been diagnosed with monkeypox, you are not eligible to receive a vaccine.
Columbus Public Health is not offering a waitlist at this time.
Please continue to check Columbus Public Health’s website and social media for updates on monkeypox vaccine availability.
Frequently Asked Questions
Columbus Public Health is here to answer your monkeypox questions. If you have questions, call 614-645-1519 or email email@example.com. Visit our FAQ page on our website to find answers to frequently asked questions about monkeypox.
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