COVID-19 Vaccination

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Please note: A parent or guardian must be present when minors are getting vaccinated. Identification is helpful for the parent or guardian, but NOT required. Identification is not required for adolescents.

Interested in having the Health Department do an on-site pop-up vaccine clinic with your organization or at your community event? Fill out this form and we’ll follow up within one week. We are able to bring our mobile RV to your location or use your building to give vaccines.

Health Department mass vaccination sites

Ypsilanti (ages 12+)

@ EMU Convocation Center
(799 N. Hewitt Road)
Pfizer vaccine (12+ yrs)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/WCHDYpsiVax

Appointments preferred, but walk-up vaccines will be available during clinic hours.

Upcoming clinic hours:
Sat, 6/12 9:15am - 12:45pm
Wed, 6/16 9:15am - 12:45pm
(No clinic on Sat, 6/19)
Wed, 6/23 9:15am - 12:45pm
Sat, 6/26 9:15am - 11:00am
Wed, 6/30 9:15am - 11:00am (last day)

Chelsea

@ Pierce Lake Elementary

The Chelsea clinic is now closed.
 **If you got your first dose of Moderna on 5/25, come to the Health Department for your 2nd dose.


Health Department pop-up vaccine sites

Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 9-11:30am and 1-3:30pm

Washtenaw County Health Department
(555 Towner in Ypsilanti) 
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)
Walk in, no appointment needed.

At every vaccine clinic, we can provide phone-based interpretation for those who prefer a language other than English. At these ongoing Towner clinics, we will have specific days where in-person interpretation will be available! On Tuesdays we’ll have an Arabic interpreter and on Wednesdays and Thursdays we will have Spanish interpreters.

En cada clínica de vacunación, podemos proporcionar interpretación telefónica para aquellas personas que prefieran un idioma que no sea el inglés. Además, en las clínicas de vacunación en Towner, tendremos días específicos en los que habrá interpretación en persona. Los martes tendremos un intérprete de árabe. Miércoles y jueves tendremos intérpretes de español.

Thurs, 6/10 from 3-7pm

@ Huron High School
(2727 Fuller Rd in Ann Arbor)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/huronvax2

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

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Fri, 6/11 from 5-8pm

@ YpsiPride in Downtown Ypsilanti
(N. Washington St between W. Michigan Ave and Pearl St; between the Huron Parking Lot and Go! Ice Cream)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)

Walk in, no appointment needed.

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Sat, 6/12 from 10am-12pm

@ Whitmore Lake High School
(7430 Whitmore Lake Rd in Whitmore Lake)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)

Schedule at http://bit.ly/WLHSvax2

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

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Mon, 6/14 from 3-5pm

@ Lincoln Athletic Building
(7267 Willis Rd in Ypsilanti)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/lincolnvax2

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

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Tues, 6/15 from 3-5pm

@ Milan High School
(200 Big Red Dr in Milan)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)

Schedule at http://bit.ly/milanvax3

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

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Wed, 6/16 from 9:30-11:30am

@ Pierce Lake Elementary School
(275 N. Freer Rd in Chelsea)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)

Schedule at http://bit.ly/PLvax616

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

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Wed, 6/16 from 4-6pm

@ Downtown Ypsilanti
(N. Washington St between W. Michigan Ave and Pearl St)
Open to anyone 18+
Moderna or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)

Walk in, no appointment needed.

**If you get a 1st dose of Moderna at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Thurs, 6/17 from 4-5:30pm

@ Manchester Jr/Sr High School
(20500 Dutch Rd in Manchester)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)
Schedule at http://bit.ly/48158vax2

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

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Fri, 6/18 from 3-5pm

@ Saline High School
(1300 Campus Pkwy in Saline)
Open to anyone 12+
Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson (one dose, 18+)

Schedule at http://bit.ly/salinevax3

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

**If you get a 1st dose of Pfizer at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

Sat, 6/19 from 10am-2pm

@ Masjid Ibrahim
(315 S. Ford Blvd in Ypsilanti)
Open to anyone 18+
Moderna 

Walk in, no appointment needed.

**If you get a 1st dose of Moderna at this pop-up, your 2nd dose will take place at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)

w/ SE Michigan Pull Over Prevention


Additional Information

  • Everyone 12 years old or older is eligible to be vaccinated. Please note that those under 18 should sign up for a Pfizer vaccine. Anyone under 18 years old will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • 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, you may use the above links to schedule for a clinic providing the brand you need.
  • Please remember to eat about an hour before your appointment and stay hydrated with water or non-caffeinated beverages!
  • See Where to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine for additional vaccine opportunities.
  • See our Vaccine FAQ page for other common questions!

Printable COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

  • How to get your COVID-19 vaccine PDF / PNG [English]
    • Cómo obtener su vacuna contra el COVID-19 PDF / PNG [Spanish]
    • 怎样获得新冠病毒(COVID-19)疫苗接种 PDF / PNG [Simplified Chinese]
    • [Arabic] PDF / PNG كيف يمكنكم أن تلقّحوا أنفسكم بلقاح مضاد لـ كوفيد- 19

COVID-19 Prevention Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People

Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 means you can start doing some of the things you stopped doing because of the pandemic. You're considered fully vaccinated two weeks after your last dose in a vaccine series (for Pfizer or Moderna, that's 2 weeks after your second dose; for Johnson & Johnson, that's 2 weeks after your one dose).

See these pages from the CDC on what is safe to do once you're fully vaccinated:

NOTE: local and state public health orders still need to be observed for fully vaccinated people

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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.