Ohio State tests out COVID vaccine clinic at Schottenstein Center
Surrounded by scarlet-and-gray and Block Os, hundreds of health care workers received the first dose of their coronavirus vaccine Friday at Ohio State University's Schottenstein Center in a pilot run for a public rollout next week. Wexner Medical Center will use the 770,000-square-foot arena to finish giving shots to its own employees while administering the first vaccines to Ohioans age 80 and older beginning Tuesday. While just 400 employees were vaccinated Friday at the Schottenstein Center, Ohio State expects to administer first doses to 1,700 on Tuesday, the first day of the public Phase 1B rollout. Thousands of seniors have already scheduled appointments
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