The appointments will open up on Monday, March 15.

CLEVELAND During an unprecedented Sunday night press conference held in Cleveland, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that thousands of appointments will soon become available for the mass vaccination site at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center. 
We want to ensure that every Ohioan who wants to be vaccinated – no matter where they live – has the opportunity to get the vaccine, and our community partners are crucial in our efforts to make that happen, said Gov. DeWine. More than 1.3 million Ohioans have been fully vaccinated so far, and every day were getting closer to emerging from this pandemic.
The appointments- which will be made available to eligible Ohioans at, will open for registration on Monday, March 15, and will be valid between the dates of March 24-30. 
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The Governor also announced that because many residents in the state rely on community partners to receive healthcare, officials have decided to set aside a portion of the vaccines available through partners, and will used to immunize underserved members of the community. 
There will also be a release of unbooked and canceled appointments beginning on Monday, which will be available 48 hours before each clinic date. 
I encourage every eligible individual to take advantage of the new appointments at the Wolstein Center Mass Vaccination Clinic,” said Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson. “Our local, state, and federal partners are working hard to maximize vaccine distribution in a fair and equitable way to those who need it most. These types of mass vaccination sites in our community, along with other preventative measures such as wearing a mask and social distancing will help us slow the spread of COVID-19.
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On Sunday, Governor DeWine announced that the Wolstein Center clinic would have the ability to vaccinate up to 6,000 people per day, and during its eight-week-run, will immunize as many as 210,000 Ohioans.
Participants who receive their vaccine from the Wolstein Center site will receive either the Pfizer or the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, depending on the date of their appointment. 
Those who may not have access to the internet but would like to book an appointment can do so by calling (833) 427-5634.
Editor’s note: the video in the player below is from a story published on March 6, 2021.