COVID-19 vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months old and up. They are safe, effective, and easy to get!
CDC has recommended everyone 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine this fall/winter. COVID-19 is always changing and protection from COVID-19 vaccines declines over time. This vaccine is a better match to protect against current variants.
Not sure if you're up-to-date? Check out this page from the CDC.
Get vaccinated at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)
Schedule an appointment by calling us at 734-544-6700!
Walk-ins for flu and COVID-19 vaccines are welcome during clinic hours all through the month of December! Stop by without an appointment Monday-Friday from 9:00-11:00am or 1:00-4:00pm to get vaccinated. Please note that you will likely have to wait to be seen if coming in without an appointment.
Note: the vaccine clinic is closed and cannot accept walk-ins during the following days/times - Thursday, 12/7 from 1:00-4:00pm and Thursday, 12/28 from 9:00-11:00am.
Who can get vaccinated at this clinic
- Clinic is open to everyone 6 months old and older.
- A parent or guardian should be present when minors are getting vaccinated. If a parent/guardian cannot be present, an adult must accompany the minor. Written permission and a number where the parent/guardian can be reached is required. Identification is not required for minors.
- You also not need to live or work in Washtenaw County to be vaccinated at our clinics. Everyone is welcome, including individuals who are not U.S. residents.
The cost for the COVID-19 vaccine has changed. Please contact us if you have any questions.
- If you have health insurance: COVID-19 vaccines should be covered by your insurance plan. At the Health Department, we accept Medicaid, Blue Care Network, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. We cannot bill other private insurance, but can accept out-of-pocket payments if we don't accept your insurance.
- If you do not have health insurance: please tell us when you schedule or come in for a vaccine. We won't deny services to people who are unable to pay.
What to know when coming in for a COVID-19 vaccine
- We don't have every type of COVID-19 vaccine. Please call ahead to ask about options if you would like a specific brand of vaccine.
- If possible, please bring your identification and vaccination card (if you have one). ID is not required, but is helpful for faster processing.
- Those getting their COVID-19 vaccine at this clinic can also request a flu vaccine at the same time.
At every vaccine clinic, we can provide phone-based interpretation for those who prefer a language other than English. En cada clínica de vacunación, podemos proporcionar interpretación telefónica para aquellas personas que prefieran un idioma que no sea el inglés.
Looking for information about vaccines other than the COVID-19 vaccine? Visit this page or call us at 734-544-6700 to make an appointment.
The Vaccinate Washtenaw program provides fare-free, accessible transportation to any vaccination appointments. This includes transportation to vaccination clinics or medical appointments where vaccines/boosters will be administered.
- This program is open to any person of any age in Washtenaw County. Ride must begin and end in Washtenaw.
- Rides are booked through the AARP Ride@50+ Program, powered by Feonix - Mobility Rising. It's a one phone call process to book the ride(s): just call 844-900-4892, and use code "Vaccinate Washtenaw."
- Fare-free transportation made possible by grant funding from the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation.
Can't easily leave your home to get your COVID-19 vaccine or booster? Disability Rights Michigan can help!
- Call 1-800-288-5923 and let the representative know that you would like a vaccine given in your home. If you are getting a COVID-19 vaccine, they can also bring flu vaccine at the same time.
- Services are free and confidential.
If you are homebound and neither of these above options work for you, please call 800-852-1232 for assistance from the state health department’s VNA (Visiting Nurses Association) Vaccine Assistance Project.