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DeWine: If Vaccine Provider Has Open Daily Slots, 16+ Can Fill In

COLUMBUS, Ohio (News talk 1480 WHBC) – Anyone 16 and older can get in line for a coronavirus vaccine shot starting next week, but Governor Mike DeWine said Monday that with any daily leftover vaccines or unfilled appointments, those 16-plus can get the shot now.

The governor says a few of the 1300 vaccine providers have been unable to fill every slot.

Most of those have been in rural areas.

16- and 17-year-olds are receiving only the Pfizer vaccine.

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