Cleveland Clinic opens new community vaccination site in Ohio City


CLEVELAND – * Editor’s Note: The video in the player above is from a previous report.

The Cleveland Clinic, as one of the state’s leading health systems, is doing its part to ensure that as many people as possible are vaccinated as part of the ongoing pandemic.

On Thursday, the hospital system announced that it will be opening a new vaccination site at the Lutheran Hospital in Ohio City. From Tuesday May 4, vaccinations will only be available on Tuesdays by appointment only.

One of the primary goals of the Cleveland Clinic’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution process is to ensure that those most at risk of infection and death from the virus – including black, Hispanic and underserved communities – have access to the vaccine, ”the hospital said in a statement. Press release.

Under the direction of the Ohio Department of Health, the vaccine is available to anyone over 16 years of age. Cleveland Clinic patients can make an appointment using MyChart and outpatients can make an appointment by calling the vaccine hotline at 216-448-4117.

The Pfizer vaccine is administered at all Cleveland Clinic vaccination centers. For more information on scheduling an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine, visit our website.

* Editor’s Note: The video in the player above is from a previous report.


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