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Testing Information

Michiganders can find regularly updated free COVID-19 testing sites by using the state’s finder tool.

Wayne County Public Health is hosting drive-through COVID-19 testing on weekdays and select weekends. Visit their website for the latest testing locations.

Vaccine Information

Washtenaw County Health Department Vaccine Information

1.     Complete an appointment request online: http://bit.ly/wchdvaxsignup or call if you need to request an appointment over the phone (734-544-6700). Please reserve phone lines for those who cannot use online resources. All vaccinations are by appointment only.

2.     If you are currently eligible, your survey will be accepted & you will be “in line” to receive a link (or call) to schedule an appointment. You will see
        a confirmation screen & receive an email if your survey is accepted. Check your junk or spam folder if you don’t see your confirmation email. 
        DO NOT share your registration link.

It may be weeks before you receive a scheduling link.
Washtenaw does not have enough vaccine to schedule everyone eligible.

*Note to school employees: If you are employed in Washtenaw County, your school or district will provide appointment information when available. You do not need to complete an individual survey. Additionally, school employees 50 years and older are prioritized first because of the large number of employees and the greater risk of severe illness. All school employees will be vaccinated as soon as possible.

Wayne County Health Department Vaccine Information

Seniors will get vaccine shots from their hospital systems. Your system may notify you directly on how to schedule for your shot.

Hospital Systems in Wayne County

Seniors who do not belong to a hospital system can pre-schedule with Meijer. Only online appointments accepted. No "walk ups". Register at https://clinic.meijer.com.

For more Michigan vaccination information, visit Michigan’s COVID-19 vaccine information page.


Vaccines at Local Community Health Centers

President Biden has empowered local pharmacies like Meijer and Rite Aid have launched webpages to provide the most up-to-date information on their vaccination plans, including options for eligible Michiganders to pre-register and schedule appointments for COVID vaccines.

Michigan continues to prioritize vaccines for those 65 and older, front-line workers, some state and federal workers, jail and prison staff, Pre-K through 12th-grade teachers, and childcare providers.

To pre-register with a Meijer Pharmacy, visit their online pre-registration form or text “COVID” to 75049 or call your local Meijer Pharmacy. Visit Meijer Pharmacy’s COVID vaccination webpage for more information.

To check your eligibility and schedule a COVID vaccine appointment with Rite Aid, visit their COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduler.

 

 

Veterans

VA health care facilities have been working to vaccinate health care personnel and vulnerable veterans receiving care. Local VA facilities will be conducting outreach to eligible veterans and caregivers, including the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center.

More information can be found by visiting https://www.detroit.va.gov/. Veterans can sign up to receive email updates from the VA as they implement their COVID-19 vaccination plan.

 
Vaccination Events

March 3 & 9, 2021: COVID VACCINATION for Belleville Area Seniors

Where:
Taylor campus of Wayne County Community College
21000 Northline Rd, Taylor, MI 48180

When:
March 3 & March 9, 2021

Who:
Belleville, Huron Township, Sumpter Township and Van Buren Township senior population, age 65 and older.
YOU MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED **NO WALK-INS**  

REGISTER HERE

*Due to the limited supply of vaccines, appointments will be made in order of registration. Citizens will be called to confirm their appointment.


March 4, 2021: COVID Vaccinations for Dearborn Senior Buildings

Where:
Townsend Towers
Kenny Plaza
Sisson Manor
Hubbard Manor West
Hubbard Manor East

When:
Thursday, March 4th from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Who:
100 vaccines per senior building.
Residents must contact the housing office in their building.


March 8, 2021: COVID VACCINATIONS for Ypsilanti Seniors

Where:
Christian Tabernacle Baptist Church
983 East Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti

When:
Monday, March 8th. Starts at 10:00 a.m.

Who:
Vaccines shots for 65 and over.
First 200 Seniors registered who live in the 48197/48198 zip codes.

FOR MORE INFO CALL:
Pastor Larry Davis Cell: 734-972-4820
Call so your Name and Phone number can be placed on the list.

 
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