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CLEVEAND (WJW) — Continuing his tour of the state this weekend, Gov. Mike DeWine came to Cleveland Sunday afternoon to discuss the registration process for the Wolstein Center’s mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

Speaking from the Urban League of Greater Cleveland on Prospect Avenue, DeWine said the goal of these mass vaccine sites is to make sure that every single eligible Ohioan who wants a vaccine would be able to get one.

The Wolstein Center site is set to open to the public on Wednesday, but a soft opening is taking place Tuesday, with 1,500 people getting vaccinated on that day.

Courtesy: Ohio Department of Health

He said Monday morning people could start signing up for new appointments for the week of March 24 through March 30. DeWine also said people may be able to slip into vaccine slots for this week, if they are available.

People can sign up online or also by calling 1-833-427-5634.

Breaking it down, DeWine said the plan is to ramp up vaccinations so that by next Monday, the site is inoculating 6,000 people.

He said that for the first three weeks, people will receive Pfizer vaccines. Week 4, 5, 6 will be dedicated to getting second doses for the same people. Then for the final weeks of the site, one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccines will be offered.

In the end, 210,000 people will be able to be vaccinated over the 8-week event, DeWine said.

“We want to get [these vaccinations] out into people’s arms as quickly as we can,” DeWine said. “This virus is still very much out there.”

DeWine and Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish also spoke about plans to offer mobile vaccination clinics in the weeks to come.

Yesterday, the city released parking restrictions and travel options for those looking to attend the vaccine site. Budish also said that free transportation is available for those who need it.

DeWine was previously in Cleveland earlier in the month, when he unveiled plans for mass vaccine sites across the state.