Corona Virus Information

January 15, 2021 - Hamilton County Vaccine Information

Hamilton County, the City of Cincinnati, the Health Collaborative and Kroger have launched a single “one-stop shop” website for vaccine information in Hamilton County:   Individuals can view testing locations, regional trends and locate providers within the County that have received COVID-19 vaccine doses. This website will direct individuals to the various providers; however providers may have different systems for making appointments and individuals will have to work directly with the provider. Statewide, the number of doses available remains extremely limited. Individuals that do not have access to a computer can call 211 for additional information.

January 14, 2021

The State of Ohio has announced the next tier of individuals eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.  Please visit the State's COVID-19 VACCINE PROGRAM website for further details.

January 8, 2021 - Vaccine Distribution

Governor DeWine has announced the start of Phase 1b of the COVID-19 vaccination plan.  The State of Ohio is using a tiered approach for the distribution on the vaccine.  Please visit the Hamilton County Public Health WEBSITE to sign up to be notified when your tier is eligible to receive the vaccine.  More details on distribution locations will be made available in the near future.




November 19, 2020 - Hamilton County Stay at Home Advisory

Hamilton County has issued a stay at home advisory. Residents are advised to stay at home except to go to work, school or for essential services (food, medical attention).  The full advisory can be read HERE.

November 17, 2020 - Statewide Orders Issued

Governor Mike DeWine has announced a statewide curfew to take effect on November 19, 2020.  The curfew will be between the hours of 10:00PM and 5:00 AM.  The curfew is in effect for 21 days, through December 10, 2020.  In addition, revised orders on Mass Gatherings and Facial Coverings have been issued.  You can read the full text of the orders by following the links below.

State of Ohio to Limit Mass Gathering Order

State of Ohio Revised Mask Order

State of Ohio Curfew Order

July 23, 2020 - 
Statewide Mask Order and Travel Advisory

Governor Mike DeWine has issued a statewide mask order, effective July 23, 2020 at 6:00pm.  All residents, over the age of 10 years old, in the State of Ohio must wear facial coverings in public at all times in the following circumstances:

  • At an indoor location that is not a residence
  • Outdoors, but unable to maintain six-foot social distance from people who are not household members
  • Waiting for, riding, driving or operating public transport, such a taxi, car service, or private car used for ride-sharing

Exclusion include:

  • Those with a medical condition or a disability or those communicating with someone with a disability
  • Those who are actively exercising or playing sports
  • Officiants at religious services
  • Those actively involved in public safety
  • Those who are actively eating or drinking

Schools should follow the guidance previously issued pertaining to masks.

Additionally, Governor DeWine has issued a Travel Advisory for all individuals coming into Ohio from states reporting a positive COVID-19 testing rate of 15% or higher.  Those traveling from any of the identified states should self-quarantine for 14 days.  The self-quarantine applies to those who live in Ohio and to people traveling into Ohio from any of these states.  The Travel advisory applies to both personal and business travel.  The list of impacted states will be updated weekly on the State of Ohio COVID-19 Website.

For further details on the mask order and travel advisory, please read Governor DeWine's Full Statement dated July 22, 2020.

 July 8, 2020 - Mask Requirement in Hamilton County

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has announced masks must be worn in public spaces in Hamilton County effective at 6 PM on July 8th, 2020. This order will remain in effect until Hamilton County is no longer in the “Red” category of the Public Health Advisory Alert System.

  • Masks must be worn in the following circumstances:
  • Indoors, in spaces that are not residences
  • Outdoors, where maintaining 6 feet distance from others is challenging
  • While waiting for, driving, or riding public transportation and ride share services.

This order does not apply to children under the age of 10, or anyone who cannot safely wear a mask.

For further information, visit the Hamilton County EMA website.

City Operations and Announcements: 

  • Madeira Tax Office - Staff is available to assist taxpayer by appointment, telephone, 513-272-4212 or email
  • City Parks, and the facilities contained within, are open under the Responsible Restart Ohio Guidelines.
  • City Offices are open to the public under the Responsible Restart Ohio Guidelines.  
  • Public meetings will continue to be held in virtual format so as not to exceed a gathering of more than 10 people.  Notice will be provided via the City's social media sites when this policy changes.
  • All events and activities at the Madeira Senior Center have been cancelled until further notice. 
Additional Resources and Information:

  • Hamilton County COVID-19 TESTING SITES
  • Hamilton County Public Health WEBSITE
  • State of Ohio COVID-19 WEBSITE
  • The Ohio Department of Health COVID-19 call center is is open 9:00AM to 8:00PM daily. 1-833-4-ASK-ODH
  • Center for Disease Control WEBSITE
  • Stay Informed: Get COVID-19 Alerts from Hamilton County.  Sign up to get alerts and tips from Hamilton County officials regarding COVID-19.  Alerts are available via text message, e-mail, and voice call through the Alert Hamilton County system.  To sign up for COVID-19 alerts, please visit the Alert Hamilton County (Alert HC) website: If you already have an Alert HC/Smart 911 account, log into your existing account and select “COVID-19 Alerts” at the bottom of the opt-in list.  If you have not yet signed up for Alert HC, create a Smart911 Safety Profile and select “COVID-19 Alerts” at the bottom of the opt-in alert list.
  • State of Ohio Unemployment Information
  • Ohio BMV License Agencies are open to the public.  Ohio licenses (including driver licenses, CDLs, identification cards, temporary instruction permits, vehicle registrations and vehicle temporary tags,) expiring during the declared State of Emergency shall remain valid until either 90 days after the declared emergency ends, or December 1, 2020, whichever comes sooner.  License agencies in your respective areas may be offering expanded hours to serve the public and license agency schedules will be posted to the Ohio BMV website. It should also be noted and emphasized that many transactions can be accomplished by visiting the BMV Website.
Helpful Tips:

  • Monitor local information about COVID-19.
  • Know the symptoms of COVID-19 and what to do if you become symptomatic.
  • Practice personal protective measures (e.g., hand washing and social distancing).
  • Avoid non-essential travel.
  • Stay home as much as possible.
  • Avoid gatherings, other potential exposure situations, and social events with more than 10 people.
  • Clean and disinfect "high touch" areas daily.  These include counters, tabletops, doorknobs, light switches, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, desks, and tablets.
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