The City of Oberlin’s highest priority is the health and safety of our employees and the Oberlin community.  With the COVID-19 situation continually developing, please be assured that the City of Oberlin is actively taking measures to prevent the potential spread and impact of COVID-19, and is dedicated to providing the community with updated information as it arises.  Please view the tabs below for a range of information related to the COVID-19 situation.

♦ ♦ ♦ We also encourage you to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for current news and updates.

FREE Transportation to COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic
***No COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Necessary***

Wednesday, April 14, 2021
2:00pm – 5:30pm
Clinic Location: New Russia Twp. Hall
Vaccine Provided: Moderna

Shuttle Pick-Up Locations:

John Frederick Oberlin (JFO) Tower Parking Lot
College Park Manor Apartments – Front Loop
Concord Manor

Shuttles will be on a loop and will stop at each location approximately every 15-20 minutes.

All riders must wear a mask, keep 6 feet apart and stay home if sick.

Transportation services to the Lorain County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic are made possible by Lorain County Mobility Management Program, in partnership with United Way of Greater Lorain County, Kendal at Oberlin and through funding from the Nord Family Foundation.

For more information, contact Sharon Pearson, Lorain County Mobility Manager at United Way of Greater Lorain County:

Ohio COVID-19 Vaccination Program

All Ohioans age 16+ are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations.  Lorain County Public Health has launched online registration for COVID-19 vaccine appointments.  Vaccine clinics are currently scheduled at various locations around Lorain County.

♦ ♦ ♦ Click HERE to schedule an appointment ♦ ♦ ♦

Or visit for other vaccine providers.

If you’d prefer to schedule an appointment over the phone, dial 211 and ask for an appointment.

Resources to Help Senior Citizens Register for COVID-19 Vaccines:

Click on the video icon below for Q&A on the COVID-19 Vaccine from Lorain County Public Health

Ohio Public Health Advisory System

♦ ♦ ♦ Lorain County is currently at a Level 3 Public Emergency ♦ ♦ ♦
Masks/face coverings are required when in public.
Very exposure and spread – Limit activities as much as possible

The Public Health Advisory Alert System is a color-coded system designed to supplement existing statewide orders through a data-driven framework to assess the degree of the virus’ spread and to engage and empower individuals, businesses, communities, local governments, and others in their response and actions.  The system consists of four levels that provide Ohioans with guidance as to the severity of the problem in the counties in which they live.  The levels are determined by seven data indicators that identify the risk level for each county and a corresponding color code to represent that risk level.