Updated Isolation & Quarantine Guidance

For Immediate Release: 12-30-2021

The Ohio Department of Health aligns with the updated CDC Quarantine & Isolation Guidance. The CDC has updated and shortened the recommended time for COVID-19 isolation and quarantine. Learn more about what to do if you test positive or have close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. If you have questions, call the Health Department at 740-732-4958.

Ohio Department of Health Flow Chart

Ohio Department of Health Mask to Stay/Test to Play Option (K-12 Schools Quarantine Alternative)

CDC Media Statement

COVID-19 Vaccine Updated Booster guidance

For Immediate Release: 11-19-2021

Ohio Department of Health FAQ Vaccine Booster Dose Update

Ohio Department of Health Fact Sheet on COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses

Ohio Department of Health Booster Chart

We have openings available to receive your COVID-19 Vaccination Booster Dose. Use one of the options below to schedule now:

  • Noble County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Form (18 and Over) - click the link below to utilize this Form, a Google account is required. 

    Vaccine Registration Form (18 and Over) - Click Here

  • Call the Noble County Health Department directly at 740-732-4958 and we will schedule you an appointment over the phone.
COVID-19 Vaccines for children
5-11 years old

For Immediate Release: 11-3-2021

Ohio Department of Health Fact Sheet on COVID-19 Vaccine for Children 5-11 Years Old

Noble County Health Department Pediatric COVID Vaccine Information 

We have openings available to get your child vaccinated.

Call the Noble County Health Department directly at 740-732-4958 and we will schedule an appointment over the phone.

COVID-19 Vaccine Booster guidance

For Immediate Release: 10-26-2021

Ohio Department of Health Fact Sheet on COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Doses

Noble County Health Department COVID Booster Information

We have openings available to receive your COVID-19 Vaccination Booster Dose. Use one of the options below to schedule now:

  • Noble County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Form (18 and Over) - click the link below to utilize this Form, a Google account is required. 

    Vaccine Registration Form (18 and Over) - Click Here

  • Call the Noble County Health Department directly at 740-732-4958 and we will schedule you an appointment over the phone.
COVID-19 Vaccine appointments

For Immediate Release: 04-08-2021

We have openings available to receive your COVID-19 Vaccination. Use one of the options below to schedule now:

  • Noble County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Form (18 and Over) - click the link below to utilize this Form, a Google account is required. 

    Vaccine Registration Form (18 and Over) - Click Here

  • Call the Noble County Health Department directly at 740-732-4958 and we will schedule you an appointment over the phone.
After Hours Emergency Protocol


The Noble County Health Department has an after-hours emergency answering service system.  This system gives the caller a prompt in the case of a public health emergency to leave a message in a specified mailbox. Any message left in this voice mailbox will cause the system to contact the Nurse on call, who within the required time-frame shall call in to retrieve the message and follow up as required based on the situation protocol. All calls received after normal working hours that are determined to be a public health emergency will be relayed to the Health Commissioner or Medical Director.  The phone number of the answering service system is the same as the health department and is available 24 hours a day at 740-732-4958.

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