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You only have a little time left to grab your first Pfizer vaccine dose at the Wolstein Center

Posted at 4:13 PM, Mar 26, 2021
and last updated 2021-03-26 16:13:37-04

CLEVELAND — State health officials announced Friday that there isn't much time left to schedule your first dose of the Pfizer vaccine at the Wolstein Center before the facility switches over to only administering second doses next month.

According to the Ohio Department of Health, first doses of the vaccine will be distributed through April 5. Second doses of the vaccine will be distributed from April 6 to 26.

After that, a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine will be distributed from April 27 to May 10.

More than 54,000 people have been vaccinated at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, the ODH said. You can schedule appointments at the site by CLICK HERE.

Once you visit the website, type "2000 PROSPECT AVE E CLEVELAND OH 44115" into the search bar to bring up the facility and schedule an appointment. If the Wolstein Center isn't listed, you may have to refresh the site. It only appears when appointments are available.

The appointments are available for anyone age 16 and up.

RELATED: Anyone 16 and older can now schedule a vaccine on state COVID-19 vaccination portal

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