Washtenaw County Health Department starts new scheduling process for COVID-19 vaccine
YPSILANTI, Mich. – Eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine expanded statewide on Monday and the Washtenaw County Health Department has switched to a new scheduling method. For those who need it, the Health Department is also providing phone scheduling. Read: Michigan COVID vaccine eligibility expands Monday: What to knowAdThe Health Department reminds residents that other sites are offering the vaccine, including the new FEMA/State of Michigan Ford Field site and retail pharmacies. We also recognize there are still challenges,” Jimena Loveluck, health officer with Washtenaw County Health Department, said in a statement. AdPop-up vaccination clinics will continue throughout Washtenaw County to ensure an equitable distribution of the vaccine to communities hit hardest by the virus.
Michigan Medicine to open additional first-dose COVID-19 vaccine appointments Friday
Signs guide individuals to Michigan Medicine's COVID Vaccine Clinic at the Jack Roth Stadium Club at Michigan Stadium on Dec. 31, 2020. ANN ARBOR – Michigan Medicine announced in an email to patients on Friday morning that it will be opening new first-dose vaccine appointments for patients age 65 and older after 3 p.m. As soon as Friday, the health system expects to release an additional round of invitations for individuals to schedule their first-dose appointment. Michigan Medicine recently received 200 doses of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine. For more information, visit Michigan Medicine’s COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ page.