Cleveland's Mayor Receives First Vaccination

(Cleveland) - Mayor Frank Jackson took off his shirt on Saturday, and received his first vaccination for COVID-19.

The event was confirmed on the City Hall Facebook page. It said the vaccine as administered to the mayor by Crystal Banks, a Cleveland Department of Public Health nurse. It was done at a clinic at the Zelmar George Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Center.

At the present time, any Ohioan over 70 years of age can be vaccinated. The mayor is 74.

(Photo from City of Cleveland - City Hall Facebook page)

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