(WJW) –COVID-19 vaccination clinics are open throughout the state of Ohio.
In addition to the mass vaccination site atCleveland State University’s Wolstein Center, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said there are 11 stationary sites and four mobile clinics. They are all open to anyone in the state ages 16 and older.
- Knights of Columbus, Lima: 2,500 doses a week
- Lucas County Recreation Center, Maumee: 5,000 doses a week
- Dayton Convention Center, Dayton: 5,000 doses a week
- Celeste Center at Ohio State Fairgrounds, Columbus:
- Summit County Fairgrounds, Tallmadge: 5,000 doses a week
- Former Dillard’s Southern Park Mall, Youngstown: 2,500 doses a week
- Cintas Center, Cincinnati: 5,000 doses a week
- Wilmington Air Park, Wilmington: 5,000 doses a week
- Adena Health System Medical Education Center, Chillicothe: 2,500 doses a week
- Wayne Street Medical Campus, Marietta: 1,500 doses a week
- Colony Square Mall, Zanesville: 1,500 doses a week
Ohio University’s mobile clinic will travel to Lawrence, Meigs, Vinton, Washington, Morgan and Perry counties. Ohio Northern’s will go to Wyandot, Marion, Union, Logan, Crawford and Hardin counties.
See a list of those, below:
Here is additional information on other vaccine locations for eligible individuals:
CLEVELAND CLINIC: The COVID-19 vaccine will be available by appointment only at designated vaccination sites. The vaccine will not be available in our provider offices or walk-in clinics. Currently, the supply of vaccines available is very limited. Appointments may not be immediately available. We appreciate your patience as we work through the process of getting vaccines into our communities.
“We want to make sure you have every opportunity to receive the vaccine. Appointments may also be available at other hospitals, health departments and pharmacies. For more information, please visit the Ohio Department of Health website. We encourage you to get vaccinated wherever you’re able to.”
Patients can schedule their appointments through their MyChart account. If you are unable to access MyChart, call 216.444.2538 for help. Caregivers are available 24/7/365.
If you need help scheduling, or are not a Cleveland Clinic patient:
- Register using our Vaccine Registration Form, or call our vaccine hotline at 216.448.4117 and leave a message to sign up for our vaccine waitlist.
- A Cleveland Clinic representative will reach out to help you register and activate a MyChart account. You can then follow the instructions (see above) for MyChart patients.
METROHEALTH: MetroHealth is vaccinating patients in accordance with state and federal guidelines. Vaccinations are available by appointment only.
MetroHealth is using MyChart to schedule appointments for our patients.
- If you are an existing MetroHealth patient but have not set up a MyChart account, please see MyChart Signup.
- If you are an existing MetroHealth patient with an active MyChart account, please confirm your phone number and email address are current.
- To do this, log into MyChart and navigate to the Personal Information section.
- Click the Edit button to make any updates.
For information on how to schedule an appointment through MyChart, please see MyChart FAQs.
If you are eligible to receive the vaccine and there is enough supply, MetroHealth says you will be contacted through MyChart.
If you are an eligible patient and need help scheduling your appointment, please call 216-778-6100.
UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS: University Hospitals is working to obtain as many doses of available vaccine as possible, and says it is committed to providing vaccinations to employees and patients in accordance with guidance from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
The following pharmacies here in Northeast Ohio are offering the vaccine:
Here is how local county health departments are handling registration for the vaccine:
Those interested in volunteering at vaccination events can visit Ohio Responds website and select the “Register Now” button on the homepage.
In addition, the Cuyahoga County Board of Health announced a new partnership with United Way. People can call 2-1-1 to find out which providers in their area are offering the vaccine. That service is available during the week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Here are a list of other providers offering the vaccine in Geauga County.
It’s scheduled to be open several days a week, and scheduled to be operational for two months.
The goal is to inoculate 5,000 people a week.
SUMMIT COUNTY: The appointment phone line, 330-812-3795, will remain active until all appointments are filled.
The web link can be found here: https://scph1b.timetap.com
The Ohio Department of Health has an expansive provider list on its website as well.