This page was last updated on May 27, 2021.
Free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics
Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital is offering Free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics, May 17 – July 15, at the following locations:
Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital
Mercy Hall Auditorium
1320 Mercy Drive NW, Canton, OH 44708
Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital Urgent and Outpatient Care, Jackson
7337 Caritas Circle NW, Massillon, OH 44646
Appointments are encouraged. Participants will be screened for eligibility at the time they schedule. Pfizer vaccines have been approved for those ages 12 and up. Moderna is currently approved for ages 18 and up.
Mercy Hospital will follow Ohio Department of Health vaccine eligibility criteria.
Please call 330.489.1300, option 5, to schedule.
COVID-19 Vaccination Registration Form
Please CLICK HERE to download the COVID-19 Vaccination Registration Form. This form must be completely filled out and brought with you to your COVID-19 vaccine appointment time.
COVID-19 is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) are aggressively responding to the outbreak of novel coronavirus / COVID-19. Along with other Ohio hospitals, Mercy Medical Center is following all CDC and ODH recommendations and will continue to provide updated information as it becomes available.
If you have questions regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19, please call the ODH Hotline at 1-833-4ASKODH (1-833-427-5634).
Latest Updates About Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital Updates Visitor Guidelines
Effective February 2nd, Mercy Hospital is using Cleveland Clinic’s statewide visitation levels.
We are currently at level orange. Visitation is currently 7am – 9pm, seven days a week.
To learn more about visitation guidelines, please visit clevelandclinic.org/visitation
Learn more about affected services at Mercy.
Symptoms of COVID-19 Can Affect Anyone
According to the CDC, the symptoms of COVID-19 can vary from mild to severe in anyone. Those who seem to be at higher risk include older adults and people who have severe underlying medical conditions, such as heart disease, lung disease, or diabetes.
Learn more about COVID-19 symptoms and other frequently asked questions on our COVID-19 FAQs page.
How to Get a COVID-19 Test in Ohio
There are several different types of COVID-19 tests. Each has its pros and cons. Read the ODH’s information about COVID-19 test types.
COVID-19 testing sites are located throughout Ohio, pop-up sites, community health centers, and retail places (i.e., CVS Pharmacy). These sites can be found in every county in Ohio, including Stark County, Carroll County, Wayne County, Holmes County, and Tuscarawas County. The best resource for finding a COVID-19 testing site near you is to search the ODH COVID-19 Testing Centers Database.
Updates on COVID-19 Vaccine in Ohio
Ohio is in the process of administering doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. The phased distribution plan is intended to protect those at greatest risk of COVID-19 and follows recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM). The ODH provides updates and extensive information on its website.
Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine in our FAQs section.
What to Expect With Novel Coronavirus and COVID-19
Coronavirus is not new. It’s a term that refers to a group of viruses known to cause respiratory illness.
What we are dealing with currently is a “novel coronavirus,” meaning it’s a type of coronavirus that was previously unknown to the health care community. This novel coronavirus causes an illness the World Health Organization named coronavirus disease of 2019, or COVID-19.
Every infected person spreads the novel coronavirus to at least two to three people. A person can be infectious for five or six days before developing symptoms of illness.
Get the latest COVID-19 statistics for Ohio from the ODH’s COVID-19 Dashboard.
What if I think I’m sick with COVID-19?
Read our COVID-19 self-assessment guidelines and learn more about what to do if you think you’re sick.