Vaccine clinic coming to Ann Arbor on June 3 for hospitality workers, families

Event will take place at Zingerman’s Greyline

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ANN ARBOR – Zingerman’s Greyline will be hosting a COVID vaccine clinic on June 3 for Ann Arbor-area hospitality, restaurant, retail workers and their families.

The event will take place from 3-6 p.m.

As part of Michigan’s new “shots in arms” incentive campaign, the first 400 individuals who receive a vaccine against COVID-19 at the clinic can get a free $25 Visa gift card.

The initiative was announced by Gov. Whitmer’s Protect Michigan Commission, the Small Business Association of Michigan and the Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association.

According to a release:

  • Walk-Ins are welcome, so no appointment is necessary.
  • Proof of health insurance is not required.
  • Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer doses are available.
  • Parental consent required for ages 18 and under (Pfizer only).

The event is part of a statewide campaign to vaccinate hospitality workers and their families in areas with a high concentration of hotels, restaurants and bars and heavy foot traffic.

Zingerman’s Greline is at 100 N. Ashley St.