If you have questions or concerns about COVID-19, call the Ohio Department of Health hotline seven days a week from 9am to 8pm at 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634).
Pop up Vaccine Clincs - January 19 & 20, 2022
Columbus Public Health is hosting a two-day pop-up community vaccination clinic at the Celeste Center, 717 E 17th Ave at the Ohio State Fairgrounds, on January 19 and 20, 2022 from 9am to 6pm each day.
Vaccine and Booster Update
Boosters available to all people 12+
COVID-19 vaccine booster doses are now available to anyone 12 years of age or older. Columbus Public Health offers a number of vaccine clinic times and locations. Find one that works for you and your family here: columbus.gov/c19vax.
Vaccine Now Available for Children 5-11
The CDC is recommending everyone ages 5 and older get a COVID-19 vaccine to help protect against COVID-19. Children ages 5 years and older are able to get an age-appropriate dose of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
|Current Situation Updates 1/11/2022|
|Vaccine Information 1/11/2022|
|Community COVID-19 Survey 5/18/2021|
|Mask Requirements and Advisories 9/15/2021|
|City Facilities and Services 9/15/2021|
|What to do if you are sick 4/29/2020|
|Prevention Tips 9/15/2021|
|Event and Community updates 11/1/2021|
|Financial and Community Resources 12/20/2021|
|Worthington Business Support 2/19/2021|
|Worthington's Community Heroes 4/30/2020|
The Worthington Community Center is out of COVID-19 test kits.
There are no more COVID-19 test kits available at the Worthington Community Center. We are working with our partners at Columbus Public Health to get more, but do not have any information about when they might be available. We will update the community on our website and social media pages if we get a new supply.
People may be able to purchase test kids from your pharmacy or get tested at a pharmacy location.
The City of Worthington is closely monitoring the situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and taking steps to slow the spread in coordination with our health service provider, Columbus Public Health (CPH). CPH protects the health and safety of all Worthington residents, through a long-standing contract agreement that names CPH as our public health service provider. All other Franklin County suburbs are represented by Franklin County Public Health. The City will continue to follow the guidance and recommendations of CPH, in partnership with the Ohio Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The health and safety of our residents, businesses, and visitors is of the utmost importance.