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Schedule COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments here
Please note: We have Moderna vaccine for our clinics which has an emergency use authorization for anyone 18 years and older. We are unable to vaccinate anyone under 18 at this time.
If you have received a COVID-19 vaccine from any of our clinics, we would love to hear your feedback! Please click the link below and tell us how you would rate your experience!
Clinic Satisfaction Survey
Moderna COVID Fact Sheet
Pfizer COVID Fact Sheet
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Center
What to do if an Employee Tests Positive for COVID 19
Due to the volume of cases we are currently experiencing, the OCHD will no longer be providing Isolation/Quarantine letters for employment purposes. Laboratory results and/or physician documentation should be used at this time.
Information About Quarantine
Office Hours: Monday through Friday - 7:45 am to 4:30 pm
2020 Annual Report
Ottawa County General Health District
The primary mission for the Ottawa County Health Department is:
Working to protect, promote, and improve the health of citizens and our environment.
The Ottawa County Health Department will remain open to the public with all clinics and services running as regularly scheduled. If your needs can be handled over the phone or by mail instead of in person, we encourage you to utilize that option.
We will continue to work hard for our community members and we are available via phone if you should have any questions, and you may call us at 419-734-6800.
More information regarding COVID-19 and testing can be found on the links below. Stay healthy and stay safe!
Facial Covering Order 11/13/2020
Gathering Order 11/15/2020
Flu Shots Are Now Available
Program to Replace Sewage Systems - Click Here for More Information
Food Related Recall / Warning Announcements
2020 Ottawa County Community Health Assessment
Food Safety Classes
Records Request Information
Notice of Privacy Practices