08/11/2022 The CDC has released updated guidance for COVID-19 quarantine and isolation.

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06/18/2022 The CDC now recommends that children age six months through five years receive a COVID -19covid booster shot graphic vaccine. To read the full media release, click here.  The CDC also recommends at least one booster for those five years of age and older.


On Tuesday, May 17, 2022, the FDA amended the emergency use authorization (EUA) for the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, authorizing the use of a single booster dose for administration to individuals 5 through 11 years of age at least five months after completion of a primary series with the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine.  

On Wednesday, March 30, 2022, the Biden Administration launched Covid.gov, a new website that will help people find out where to get vaccines, test kits, testing locations, treatments and high quality masks. It also provides people with an easy way to find the level of COVID-19 in their community.


How to schedule COVID 19 Booster GraphicHamilton County Public Health is now providing COVID-19 booster doses for ages 12-17. Please note boosters will only be given to those who received their 2nd dose at least 5 months ago. Minors must have parent or legal guardian present at time of vaccination. Clinics are no appointment needed, no cost, & no insurance required, just remember to bring your vaccination card with you! For more information about locations and times, visit HCPH.org/COVID19

You can also got to https://gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov/


Ohio Department of Health Quarantine Guidance 12/30/2021

Rapid COVID-19 Testing | COVID-19 (ohio.gov)

FAQ: COVID-19 vaccines for children 5-11

11/02/2021 Ohio Department of Health News Release vaccines for youth

Replacement COVID-19 Vaccine Card Form

COVID_19 Booster Shot FAQ

08/23/2021 FDA Approves First Covid-19 Vaccine 

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics and Booster Dose Information from Hamilton County Public Health


For Sheriff’s assistance, call (513) 825-2280

To speak with Fire Department Personnel, call (513) 792-8565

Sycamore Township Administration Building, call (513) 791-8447

COVID-19 Vaccines for Homebound Individuals

Residents of Sycamore Township who have mobility challenges or are homebound and unable to leave home to receive a COVID-19 vaccine may register at Homebound Registration Survey (cchmc.org)

Once registered, the Sycamore Township FIRE/EMS Department will contact you as vaccines become available to provide the vaccination at your residence.

Relief Grants

Hamilton County Commissioners launched the COVID-19 Economic Recovery and Relief Task Force in January to meet the needs of those economically affected by COVID-19. If you or your business has been negatively impacted by the pandemic, please go to 513 Relief – Access The Support You Need , email 513Relief@hamilton-co.org call (513) 946-4400.  Rent and utility assistance is available for those who qualify.

Helpful Links:

Rent and Utility Assistance Application

513 Relief Bus

Other Relief Resources

Duke Energy COVID-19 Updates/Customer Assistance

Duke Energy has provided a link to dukeenergyupdates.com for customers needing assistance during COVID-19 and now allows for extended payment arrangements to be set up online for residential customers facing economic hardship. Customers simply select an option that best suits their needs and enter their Duke Energy account number or telephone number to begin the process. Customers with more complex needs can speak with a customer care representative at 800-544-6900 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Below are links to local, State and National health organizations for additional information about this virus:

Hamilton County Public Health

Hamilton County EMA/Homeland Security:


State of Ohio Department of Health:

Call 1-833-427-5634 with COVID-19 Questions


What to Know About COVID-19 Variants

Ohio Public Health Advisory System Website

Responsible Restart Ohio

Ohio Channel YouTube Channel

Center for Disease Control (CDC) :


Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Map


The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (MHAS) announced the launch of a new mental health COVID CareLine for Ohioans.

Trained staff will be available to provide emotional assistance to anyone struggling with mental health concerns due to the ongoing stress of the pandemic.

The number to call is 1-800-720-9616. All calls will be confidential.

Guide to Telehealth Services and Seeing a Virtual Nurse

Get Covid-19 Alerts:

Hamilton County Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency has added an option for the public to sign up to receive alerts about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) through the Alert Hamilton County System.