Michigan has started listing local health departments accepting appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations.
On January 11, Michigan moved into the next phase of vaccinations, which includes teachers, first responders, childcare providers and residents 65 years of age and older.
Eligible essential workers, teachers and childcare workers will be notified by their employers about vaccine clinic dates and locations, Gov. Whitmer said. Eligible residents should not go to any of the clinics without an appointment.
All counties can begin vaccinating residents over the age of 65. The state has started listing local health departments who are ready to take appointments.
Here’s the list departments scheduling appointments as of Jan. 19:
*Note: Just because they are listed below, does not mean appointments are available*
- Calhoun County - Calhoun County residents age 65+ can call 269-441-0912 to schedule an appointment. We ask that callers leave a message, and they can expect a call back within 36 hours.
- Chippewa County - (906-635-3572)
- Delta & Menominee Counties - Accepting appointments for those aged 65 years and above. Please call 906-217- 8206 or 906-217-8207 to schedule. No walk-ins are permitted.
- HD Northwest MI - Those without internet access or seniors can call 231-715-5557
- Kalamazoo County - 269-373-5200 Option 1
- Macomb County - 586-463-8777
- Oakland County - 800-848-5533
- Sanilac County - 810-207-0962
- St. Clair County - 810-966-4163 (Appointments are full)
- Washtenaw County - 734-544-6700
- Wayne County (Seniors should contact their health providers to schedule a time to receive the COVID-19 vaccine)
Important info: Q&A: Answering Michigan COVID-19 vaccination questions
The following counties are currently scheduling for appointments only for Phase 1A. There are no appointments available for Phase 1B.
- District Health Department #2
- District Health Department #4
- Genesee County
- Huron County
- Lapeer County
- Shiawassee County
- Tuscola County
Links to COVID-19 vaccine info by health systems in Michigan:
Michigan health officials will be adding more to this list in the days ahead. Be sure to check back. We’ll keep the list updated.
More info from MDHHS:
AGE 65 AND OLDER
Michigan local health departments will schedule vaccinations. You can figure out the name of the local health department for your county using this map.
Don’t see your local department? If your local health department is ready to schedule vaccinations, a link is provided below. If there is no link for your local health department, you can check back tomorrow, as this page will be updated regularly. (State list here)
Eligible frontline essential workers will be notified by their employers about vaccine clinic dates and locations. These workers include school and child care staff, frontline responders, and corrections staff.
The State of Michigan and its partners will be providing information to eligible employers about which types of workers are eligible for vaccination and how these workers can be vaccinated. Employers can check back on this website next week for more information on next steps.
Please do not call local health departments for information. They are moving as quickly as possible to make vaccine available. They will not have more information than is on this website.
There is limited vaccine in Michigan, so appointments may not yet be available. Please do not go to a clinic for vaccination without an appointment. You can always check this website for the latest information.
MDHHS will move to vaccinate other categories of Michiganders as more vaccine becomes available.