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  • Frank Cimino hasn’t seen his grandchildren in about a year. The Parma resident got his first COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, and he said the first thing he’s doing after he gets his second shot is giving his grandkids a big hug and a kiss. “I miss my grandbabies something fierce,” he said. “One more shot and I can spend time with my grandkids, I can spend time with my children. It’s a relief.” Family was on many minds as people exited the Wolstein Center, Cleveland’s mass vaccination site, after receiving the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine on Wednesday.
  • Gov. Mike DeWine has announced the coronavirus vaccine will be available for anyone over the age of 16 by month's end.Speaking Tuesday at a new mass…
  • The mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland officially opens Wednesday, but certain groups have been offered shots there already. Some employees of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Cleveland office, as well as some members of Cleveland-area community organizations and churches, received their first doses at the site Monday.
  • More than 200,000 people are expected to receive COVID-19 vaccines at the mass vaccination clinic in Cleveland over the next 8 weeks, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced Sunday. The mass vaccination clinic at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center is a partnership between the state of Ohio and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and it will have the capacity to administer 6,000 COVID-19 vaccines a day.
  • More COVID-19 vaccine appointments are coming soon as registration for Ohio's first mass vaccination clinic in Cleveland opens Thursday, according to state officials. Those eligible can register for the clinic at the Wolstein Center on Cleveland State University's campus starting Thursday through the state's centralized scheduling tool.
  • Updated: 2:06 p.m., Friday, March 5, 2020 As many as 6,000 people could be vaccinated per day in Cleveland as part of a new mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic starting March 17, federal and state officials announced Friday. The clinic will be held for eight weeks at the Wolstein Center on Cleveland State University’s campus in downtown Cleveland, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced in a press release.