Cleveland Public Library to provide vaccine appointment access codes

CLEVELAND - Cleveland Public Library (CPL) is a one-stop shop for those in need of a COVID-19 vaccination appointment or COVID-19 testing.

The Library has acquired hundreds of vaccination appointment registration codes for the public. The one-time use codes allow people to reserve appointments at the Wolstein Center. Starting Monday, March 29, most Cleveland Public Library locations will provide the codes to those who meet state eligibility requirements. Please call your neighborhood Cleveland Public Library branch or stop by to receive a code to access a vaccine appointment.

Our COVID-19 resources also include:

  • FEMA ASSISTANCE: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) workers are available to register people for vaccination appointments in and around select neighborhood CPL branches. Please call the branch or follow the Cleveland Public Library on social media for the latest information.
  • FREE RIDES: Need a ride to your vaccination appointment? Pick up an all-day RTA pass at most Cleveland Public Library branches. The passes are good for a free ride to the Wolstein Center and other vaccination sites throughout Cuyahoga County.

For up-to-the-minute information on COVID-19 resources, vaccination appointment assistance, and more, visit or follow us on Twitter @Cleveland_PL.

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