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CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Public Library (CPL) is helping Ohioans get their coronavirus vaccine.

The library system has acquired hundreds of vaccination appointment registration codes, according to a CPL press release. The one-time use codes allow citizens to reserve appointments at the Wolstein Center mass vaccination site.

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Most CPL locations will start issuing codes to eligible individuals on Monday.

Library officials encourage Ohioans to contact their neighborhood CPL branch directly to receive a vaccine appointment code.

Additionally, people can also pick up an all-day RTA pass at most CPL branches. The passes, which are aimed to help citizens get to their vaccine appointment, are good for a free ride to the Wolstein Center and other vaccination sites throughout Cuyahoga County.