COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio governor has again lowered the age limit for COVID-19 vaccinations to 50 years or older.
Governor Mike DeWine said the minimum age will drop from 60 to 60 starting Thursday as the state continues to show progress in fighting the deadly virus.
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That’s a week since the last age reductions.
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Meanwhile, the state’s long-awaited state vaccine website was up and running on Monday.
The website is designed to look for available vaccination appointments across the state from a single source and discourage people from searching or calling multiple providers to find appointments.
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