Health and Community Services Department

COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

Current eligibility in Michigan includes: all people over the age of 12. Read all steps below before scrolling to the bottom of the page to schedule your vaccine appointment.

For general questions about COVID-19, click here.
For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine, click here.

Step 1: Make an appointment

  • Available vaccine appointments are listed at the bottom of the page. Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are approved for use with individuals over the age of 18. The Pfizer vaccine is the only product approved for individuals 12 years or older.
  • Once you make your appointment online, you will get a confirmation email. If you do not see this confirmation email, please make sure you are registered by contacting the COVID-19 Call Center at 269-373-5200.
  • Individuals without Internet access may call the COVID-19 Call Center at 269-373-5200, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to make an appointment.

Step 2: Come prepared for your appointment

  • Print and complete your Registration Form ahead of time, if you are able. This will save time at the vaccination clinic. If you are not able to, you can complete onsite. Minors scheduling appointments will need a parent/guardian at the clinic to provide consent before receiving the vaccination OR the minor may attend on their own if they have a completed Registration Form with the signature and phone number of the parent/guardian listed.
  • Wear a mask and clothes that allow your arm to be easily accessible.
  • Prior to your appointment, read educational documents regarding safety and the vaccine prior to your appointment:

Step 3: What to do after your appointment

  • If you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine:
    • Congratulations! You are fully vaccinated with one dose! Use the Vaccination Calculator to determine when you are fully vaccinated and able to enjoy greater freedoms to engage in pre-pandemic activities after receiving your vaccine.
  • If you received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine:
    • You will schedule your 2nd Dose after you get your 1st Dose at the vaccination clinic. Please do not leave the clinic without your 2nd Dose scheduled. Be sure to write down the date, time, and location. Prior to your 2nd dose appointment, print and complete your Registration Form, if you are able. This will save time at the vaccination clinic. If you are not able to, you can complete onsite.
    • Those who have missed, canceled or need to reschedule their 2nd dose appointment may do so by selecting a new appointment time below. Your 2nd dose must be the same product as your 1st dose. Do not schedule your 2nd dose earlier than 21 days if you received Pfizer or 28 days if you received Moderna. If you cannot remember which vaccine product you received or the date of your 1st dose, then you can call the COVID-19 Call Center at 269-373-5200 for assistance.
    • After your 2nd dose appointment, congratulations! You have completed the vaccination series.
    • Use the Vaccination Calculator to determine when you are able to enjoy greater freedoms to engage in pre-pandemic activities after receiving your vaccine.

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