Mass vaccination clinic at the Wolstein Center has been extended
CSU President Harlan Sands and Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced on April 27 that the COVID-19 mass vaccination clinic at Cleveland State's Wolstein Center will stay open beyond the month of April, the time it was originally scheduled to close. The clinic is now set to close on May 31, but if demand for the vaccine continues the clinic may be extended again, Mike DeWine’s office said.
Cleveland State’s Wolstein Center is known to many as the home of the Vikings basketball team, but for now, it is home to a mass vaccination clinic to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The clinic has administered more than 230,000 doses, both first and second shots, to residents of Ohio. That number is set to grow as walk-ins will now be accepted as part of the extension.
The clinic has been offering the Pfizer vaccine to those who made appointments, but the decision to accept walk-ins opens Wolstein's doors to a whole new population seeking the vaccine.
Walk-ins will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on a daily basis.