COVID-19 Vaccination

Anyone 16+ who lives or works in Washtenaw County is eligible to schedule an appointment with us. 

Use this link to check for an appointment: 

*Please remember that eligibility for vaccination does not mean an appointment will be immediately available.*
 New appointments will be added on Fridays around 10pm and on Mondays around 9am. Additional appointments may be added throughout the week.
  • If there is an appointment available, you will schedule yourself online for an appointment. Second doses, if needed, are scheduled at your first appointment.

  • If there are no appointments available, you will need to check back later for an appointment using the same online link. You are not added to a list and we will not be contacting you about scheduling an appointment.

  • We are only vaccinating people who live or work in Washtenaw County.

  • We are unable to accommodate 2nd doses for those who were vaccinated by other providers. If you have already gotten your 1st dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, you will need to get your 2nd dose from the same provider. Please do not try to schedule an appointment with us for your 2nd dose if we did not give you your 1st dose.

    • We may be able to provide these 2nd doses in extraordinary circumstances only. Please contact us directly ([email protected]) for these requests.
  • Please do not call or email us looking for an appointment if you are able to check for appointments online. Our phone lines are needed for those 60+ and for people who cannot use online resources.

  • Anyone under 18 years old will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian when getting vaccinated.

Anyone 60 or older who has not been vaccinated or anyone eligible who cannot use online resources to schedule an appointment: please call 734-544-6700 and leave a message. If you are under 60 or if you are able to use online resources, please do not call.
See Where to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine for other vaccination options.

If you are interested in being a host site for a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic, please fill out this survey:

Updated 4/5 at 11:30 am

Everyone 16 years old or older is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Michigan. 

Vaccine supplies have been increasing but are still limited. A large number of people are now eligible and it will take time to get to everyone. It will take weeks or more to schedule everyone eligible, depending on supplies.

Things to know:

  • The Washtenaw County Health Department is only vaccinating people who live or work in Washtenaw County. If you don’t live or work in Washtenaw County, find your local health department’s vaccine website here.
  • If you live or work in Washtenaw County, are 60 years old or older, and have not been vaccinated yet: please contact us at [email protected] or 734-544-6700 (leave a message).
  • If you have been on the Health Department waiting list since March 19th or before: you should have been contacted to schedule an appointment. You do not need to use this new process to look for appointments. Please call 734-544-6700 and leave a message if you were on our list but have not heard from us.

Additional Information:

  • All vaccination is by appointment. Please do NOT show up at any vaccination site without an appointment. (NO doses are wasted. Do NOT show up to request an unused dose. We work from existing priority lists for any unused doses.)
  • Vaccine doses are allocated to local health systems and health providers at the state level. The Health Department does not control these supplies but is working with health partners to coordinate delivery of vaccination to those eligible.

Printable COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Resources:

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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.