(Cleveland) - Ohio Governor Mike DeWine held a news conference Sunday evening at the Urban League of Greater Cleveland to give the details on the mass COVID-19 vaccination site at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center will be carried out.
The mass vaccination site will be open for eight weeks, 12 hours a day, seven days a week. The governor says the first three weeks will be a time when people will receive the first dose of Pfizer vaccine. In weeks four through six, those same people will return to receive their second dose of Pfizer. In weeks seven and eight, they'll give out the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
DeWine says the plan is to give out up to 210,000 doses of vaccine, which he says will help with his goal of vaccinating every Ohioan who wants it. The clinic starts Wednesday, March 17. DeWine says the goal is to ramp up to 6,000 doses per day by Monday, March 22.
You must register for the clinic, and you can do so by clicking on this link.
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