OHIO (WDTN) – Ohio is expanding its vaccine rollout Monday to allow vaccine providers to help local businesses and workers get the doses.
The state is allowing vaccine providers to dedicate up to 25 percent of their supply to their own employees, or to partner with other businesses and employers.
Governor DeWine said there can also be workplace vaccination clinics.
The governor said the state is working with all vaccine providers to determine which ones are willing to partner with companies and other entities to conduct job site vaccinations.
At the beginning of April, several providers started opening up vaccine clinics at office buildings, union halls and factories. DeWine had told those providers to stop scheduling clinics that weren’t open to the public so state officials could make sure there were enough doses for everyone.