The Cincinnati Museum Center houses a vaccination clinic

Guests like Steve Marcum were once again able to stroll under the historic rotunda of the Cincinnati Museum Center. As they meandered through the exhibits, Mr Marcum and wife Amy were also able to get their COVID-19 vaccine. “I just want things to go back to normal – not having those things on my face all day and just coming back to ‘making reality and doing things again,” said Marcum. William Norman stopped by Price Hill for a shot “It’s a good thing to come in and get it, especially down here where you just come in and get it and be out the door,” Norman told visitors like the Marcums, who said they just came to get the shot. “We wanted Johnson and Johnson to shoot over the 2-shot,” the couple said. According to Doctor Odell Owens, mobile vaccination clinics are critical to achieving herd immunity. “Go where the people are. That we have to do, “Owens said.” Today is a great example. People can come to the museum center to have a great time. But before they have a great time they can get on that line and get a quick vaccination . “Go uverneur Mike DeWine and President Joe Biden have set aggressive July 4th vaccination goals. About 166 million Americans have received at least one dose for Disease Control reported that more than 292 million doses of the vaccine have been given. Nationwide incentives such as the million dollar lottery and scholarships have encouraged many to get vaccinated.

Guests like Steve Marcum were once again able to stroll under the historic rotunda of the Cincinnati Museum Center. As they meandered through the exhibits, Mr Marcum and wife Amy were also able to get their COVID-19 vaccine.

“I just want things to go back to normal – not wearing those things on your face all day and just going back to reality and doing things again,” said Marcum.

William Norman came over from Price Hill for an injection.

“It’s a good thing to come in and get it, especially down here where you just come in, get it and be at the door,” said Norman.

Tri-Health housed the vaccine clinic in the museum and vaccinated a steady stream of museum goers like the Marcums, who said they came solely to get the syringe.

“We wanted Johnson and Johnson to be shot over the 2-shot,” said the couple. “We decided we might as well come in and do it.”

According to doctor Odell Owens, mobile vaccination clinics are critical to achieving herd immunity.

“Go where the people are. We have to do that, ”said Owens. “Today is a great example. People can come to the museum center to have a great time. But before they have a great time, they can join that line and get a quick vaccine. “

Governor Mike DeWine and President Joe Biden have set aggressive July 4th vaccination goals. About 166 million Americans have received at least one dose.

The Center for Disease Control reports that more than 292 million doses of the vaccine have been given.

Nationwide incentives such as the million dollar lottery and scholarships have encouraged many to get vaccinated.

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