* As of 3/22/21

  • Everyone is now eligible for the vaccination if they are 16 years old and older
  • No specific health conditions are needed to qualify 
  • Mass vaccination clinic open at Cleveland State University
  • 200,000+ vaccinations have been distributed at the Wolstein Center thus far

Find Cleveland vaccine locations and other information regarding the virus here

Cleveland has been lucky to be named host of a mass-vaccination clinic sponsored by FEMA at the Cleveland State University Wolstein Center. An additional 6,000 vaccines per day will be available to the masses in Northeast Ohio on top of the currently allocated injections for the state. For more information on this and the other locations to receive a vaccine in the Cleveland area, click the link above. 


Find Columbus vaccine locations and other information regarding the virus here

Columbus public health is offering a drive-up vaccine clinic among many other options to receive the vaccines for eligible populations. In the coming weeks, Columbus will also be home to a mass-vaccination site as well to increase the rate of Ohio vaccinations. If you are within the age / health / occupation guidelines of eligibility for the vaccine, and are a resident of the greater Columbus area, click the link above to find locations near you.  

Find Cincinnati vaccine locations and other information regarding the virus here

A long-term COVID-19 vaccination site will open at The Cintas Center at Xavier University in Cincinnati. The vaccine site is among 15 other state-sponsored mass-vaccination centers. All of the state-sponsored mass vaccine sites will operate until they are no longer needed, Gov. DeWine announced. If you are within eligibility and are interested inreceiving the vaccine, visit the link above for more information about the vaccination sites in Cincinnati.