Michigan COVID-19 vaccination rates: Where things stand as of July 27, 2021

54% of eligible residents are fully vaccinated

Michigan COVID-19 vaccine coverage map as of July 27, 2021.
Michigan COVID-19 vaccine coverage map as of July 27, 2021. (MDHHS)

More than 63% of Michigan residents 16 and older have at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, as of July 26, while just under 54% of residents 12 and older are fully vaccinated.

Michigan COVID-19 cases are rising again, with the 7-day case average more than tripling since July 1. Deaths remain near record lows, but the state has reported an uptick in hospitalizations over the last two weeks.

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MDHHS updated the COVID vaccination data dashboard on Tuesday. Here are the latest vaccination rates around Michigan.

COVID vaccination rate by Michigan county (as of July 27):

(All rates are for 1+ dose for residents 12 and older)

  • City of Detroit: 40.1% (54.8% for 40 and older group)
  • Wayne County (without Detroit): 65.4%
  • Macomb County: 57.5%
  • Oakland County: 68.7%
  • Washtenaw County: 68.9%
  • Livingston County: 60%
  • Monroe County: 45%
  • Lenawee County: 48.6%
  • Lapeer County: 47.6%
  • St. Clair County: 50.5%
  • Sanilac County: 44.5%
  • Genesee County: 51.5%
  • Ingham County: 58.9%
  • Jackson County: 54.4%
  • Saginaw County: 54.4%
  • Kent County: 63.6%
  • Kalamazoo: 62.4%
  • Grand Traverse County: 69.4%
  • Alpena County: 56.1%
  • Marquette County: 63.1%

Find more vaccine data from MDHHS here.

Michigan vaccination coverage as of July 27, 2021. (MDHHS)

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About the Author:

Ken Haddad is the digital special projects manager for WDIV / ClickOnDetroit.com. He also authors the Morning Report Newsletter and various other newsletters. He's been with WDIV since 2013.