Welcome to the Mid-Ohio Valley Health Department website. Our vision is to provide quality public health services to the communities in Calhoun, Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Wirt and Wood counties with dignity, respect and compassion.
Per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) the Moderna vaccine may be administered to anyone that has received initial two doses of Moderna or Pfizer after six months or Johnson and Johnson after two months. MOVHD will be giving the Moderna boost for:
- Individuals that received two doses of Moderna at least six months from clinic date
- Individuals that received one dose of Johnson & Johnson at least two months ago
- Individuals that received two doses of Pfizer but want a boost of Moderna and are six months from second dose (this is only if have not had a boost dose of Pfizer)
Schedule your appointment at novelHealth Appointment Calendar
For Clinics that are scheduled at the Old Suddenlink Building see map below for location (980 Altman Ave.)
Gov. Justice announces face covering requirement to end
On Friday, May 14, 2021, Gov. Justice signed an Executive Order
to immediately modify West Virginia’s face covering requirement to follow the updated CDC guidance
for fully vaccinated West Virginians.
The Statewide Indoor Face Covering Requirement no longer applies to anyone who is fully vaccinated.
The Statewide Indoor Face Covering Requirement is still in effect for all West Virginians who are not yet fully vaccinated, and will remain in effect for these individuals until June 20, 2021.
This only applies to those who have been fully vaccinated; meaning that at least two weeks have elapsed since the administration of a second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or that at least two weeks have elapsed since the administration of a first dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Requiring proof of vaccination as a condition of entry into a State building or facility is not permitted.
Face coverings must still be worn where required by federal law. Additionally, any private business or school system can still require individuals to wear a face covering.
According to the CDC, currently authorized vaccines in the United States are highly effective at protecting vaccinated people against symptomatic and severe COVID-19. Additionally, a growing body of evidence suggests that fully vaccinated people are less likely to have asymptomatic infection or transmit COVID-19 to others.
Governor Justice strongly encourages all State employees to get vaccinated. Vaccinations are now available to all West Virginians age 12 and older and are available in all 55 counties through community vaccination clinics, community health centers, pharmacies, schools, workplaces, and other locations. For more information about COVID-19 vaccinations or to find a vaccine near you, visit vaccinate.wv.gov or call the WV Vaccine Info Line at 1-833-734-0965.
FREE COVID-19 TESTING
Free COVID-19 testing opportunities for all West Virginians are provided by the Governor’s Office, the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, the West Virginia National Guard, the Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs, local health departments, and many community partners.