COVID-19 Vaccination

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Health Department mass vaccination sites

Ypsilanti (age 16+)

@ EMU Convocation Center
(799 N. Hewitt Road)
Pfizer vaccine
Schedule at http://bit.ly/WCHDYpsiVax

*Appointments preferred, but a limited number of walk-up vaccines will be available during clinic hours (Wed-Sat from 9:30am-3pm)

Chelsea (age 18+)

@ Pierce Lake Elementary
(275 N. Freer)
Moderna vaccine
*Johnson & Johnson available on request and while supplies last (one-dose)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/WCHDChelseaVax

*Appointments preferred, but a limited number of walk-up vaccines will be available during clinic hours (Tuesdays from 9:30am-3pm)


Health Department pop-up vaccine sites

Fri, 5/7 from 2-6pm

@ Saline High School
(1300 Campus Pkwy)
Open to anyone 16+
Pfizer
*Johnson & Johnson available on request and while supplies last (one-dose, 18+)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/salinevax

*Appointments preferred, but a limited number of walk-up vaccines will be available during clinic hours

Sat, 5/8 from 12-2pm

@ Beautiful Gate International Church 
(1225 S. Congress in Ypsilanti) 
Open to anyone 18+  
Moderna or Johnson & Johnson one-dose 

Walk in, no appointment needed

Mon, 5/10 from 7:30-9am (walk-ins will also be available 9-11:30am & 1-3:30pm)

@ Washtenaw County Health Dept
(555 Towner in Ypsilanti)
Open to anyone 16+
Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson (one-dose, 18+)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/Towner510

*Appointments preferred, but a limited number of walk-up vaccines will be available

Tues, 5/11 from 3-6pm

@ Pierce Lake Elementary
(275 N. Freer in Chelsea)
Open to anyone 16+
Pfizer 
*Johnson & Johnson available on request and while supplies last (one-dose, 18+)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/plvax

*Appointments preferred, but a limited number of walk-up vaccines will be available during clinic hours

Fri, 5/21 from 9-11:30am

@ Washtenaw County Health Dept
(555 Towner in Ypsilanti)
Open to anyone 16+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)
Arabic interpreters will be on site
Schedule at http://bit.ly/Towner521

*Appointments preferred, but a limited number of walk-up vaccines will be available during clinic hours


Sat, 5/22 from 10am-2pm

@ Masjid Ibrahim 
(315 S Ford Blvd, Ypsilanti)
Open to anyone 18+
Johnson & Johnson (one dose) or Moderna vaccine 
In partnership with Pull Over Prevention and the Mutual Aid Network of Ypsilanti

Walk-in. No appointment needed. No cost to individuals / free. 


Additional Information:

  • Vaccine for 12-15 years: Authorization for this age group is expected soon but not in place yet. Please wait to schedule. 
  • Printable flyers of upcoming clinics in English and Spanish
  • The above links will allow you to schedule yourself for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. 
  • If you need help, call us at 734-544-6700. This number can be used for scheduling, rescheduling, or cancelling appointments.
  • If you have already gotten your 1st dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, you should get your 2nd dose from the same provider.
    • If that is not possible and you need a 2nd dose of Pfizer, you may use the above links to schedule a 2nd dose with the Health Department at one of our Pfizer clinics. 
    • If that is not possible and you need a 2nd dose of Moderna, you may use the above links to schedule a 2nd dose with the Health Department at one of our Moderna clinics.
  • Please remember to eat about an hour before your appointment and stay hydrated with water or non-caffeinated beverages!
  • Everyone 16+ in Michigan is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine. 
  • Anyone under 18 years old will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian when getting vaccinated.
  • See Where to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine for additional vaccine opportunities.
  • If you're interested in being a host site for a pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinic, please fill out this survey: http://bit.ly/WashtenawPopUp
  • See our Vaccine FAQ page for other common questions! 

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A COVID-19 vaccine will be critical in slowing the spread and helping communities recover from the pandemic. Stopping a pandemic will take ALL our tools: handwashing, masks, social distancing, and vaccines. Taken together, these tools offer the best chance of getting our communities, schools, and work sites back to normal sooner. Please remember we will need to continue using prevention strategies as a vaccine becomes available and for some time after.

Resources & Further Information

See these state resources for more details:

Additional information:

Information for health care providers can be found here.

This page is frequently updated as new information becomes available.