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MetroHealth launches mass COVID vaccination site in Old Brooklyn

The location has the capacity to vaccinate up to 1,000 people per day on Fridays and Saturdays.
Credit: WKYC

CLEVELAND — There’s a new mass COVID vaccination site option in Cleveland courtesy of a collaboration with MetroHealth and MCPc, a data security and sustainability company.

MCPc has announced their Old Brooklyn Asset Disposition Center at 4371 Pearl Road will be used for MetroHealth as a mass vaccination clinic on Fridays and Saturdays starting March 19.

“Vaccinations will be provided for those who are eligible based on appointment availability with the capacity to provide up to 1,000 vaccinations per day,” officials said.

Appointments can be made HERE.

It comes just a few days after the city of Cleveland became home to the state's first mass COVID-19 vaccination site at the Wolstein Center, which has a goal of administering 6,000 shots per day.

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“MCPc converted the former RTA garage into a state-of-the-art Technology Recycling Center in 2019 with a commitment to 0% landfill,” officials explained. “The building is utilized for asset disposition, technology recycling and technology refurbishing services. The services delivered in this building address major tech problems organizations struggle to manage including e-waste, data destruction on retired assets and maximizing the useful life of their computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.”


Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published on March 18, 2021.

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