CLEVELAND — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced that Cleveland State’s Wolstein Center will accept walk-in COVID-19 vaccination appointments for another two weeks.
The Pfizer two-dose coronavirus vaccine will be administered at the Wolstein Center through May 31. Anyone age 12 or older can receive the vaccine. The site will be open for walk-ins from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Appointments can also be booked online at gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov or by calling 833-4-ASK-ODH.
DeWine’s office has said that the Wolstein Center will remain open as long as demand merits keeping the area’s mass vaccination clinic open. The state has been shifting to more localized vaccine clinics.
Following DeWine’s announcement last week that the state would hold a $1 million drawing for those who have gotten a COVID-19 vaccine, the state saw a small bump in vaccinations. According to Department of Health statistics, 21,574 people received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the most so far in May.
As of Monday, 47.55% of Cuyahoga County residents have gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, which is five percentage points higher than the rest of the state.