The Wayne County Health Department (WCHD) wants everyone who wants
a COVID-19 vaccination to get one.
However, until larger allotments of vaccine
are available, scheduling will continue to be difficult.
This link will sign you up to receive information
when you will be able to receive your vaccination.
You will be scheduled with WCHD or one of the local hospitals.
You may also register at area pharmacies providing vaccine:
www.discount-drugmart.com or call 330-264-8404
www.marcs.com or call 330-234-5600
If you are a K-12 School Personnel, please contact your school administration
for information on your school's vaccination plan.
Vaccination for those in Phase 1a will be completed in
conjunction with Phase 1b as vaccine is available.
Please be patient and we will get you on the schedule as soon as we are able.
The Wayne County Health Department, Wooster, Ohio is seeking volunteers to assist with multiple needs within our COVID-19 response. If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the registration form below. Thank you for your response!
If you are an organization or agency in Phase 1a and have not yet registered, please complete the spreadsheet with the information for those in your organization that would like to receive the vaccine. Send the completed spreadsheet to email@example.com. A member of our nursing staff will contact you to let you know when those registered can receive the vaccine.
The Wayne County Health Department is working to help keep you and the community safe from the threat of
COVID-19. Please use the following documents to help answer your questions.
- Positive COVID-19 Results
- How to Notify Your Contacts
- If you are a Contact to Someone that has Tested Positive for COVID-19
- Quarantine Options for Those with No Symptoms
- Testing Sites
A local information web page from the Wayne County Health Department and the Wayne County Emergency Management Agency has been created. To access, https://www.wcjic.org/
The number of potential cases and the results of testing are updated every weekday
Ohio Department of Health offers the following suggestions for preventive cleaning against COVID-19 if everyday supplies, such as cleaning wipes or cleaning sprays run out.