New data to show who’s receiving coronavirus vaccine in Ohio

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH/WJW) – With the COVID-19 vaccine arriving in Ohio, Gov. Mike DeWine said the state will begin tracking how many people have received the shot and sharing that data with the public.

During a coronavirus briefing Monday, Governor DeWine announced a COVID-19 vaccination dashboard will be launched over the next few days.

 “You’ll be able to see the number of vaccinated in Ohio,” DeWine said. “You’ll be able to sort the information by demographic data, and you’ll be able to sort it by county.”

The first vaccines in Ohio were administered Monday at OSU Wexner and the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

MetroHealth and the Cleveland Clinic will each receive 975 doses of the Pfizer vaccine Tuesday. The first inocculations are expected to beging shortly after their arrival.

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