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COVID-19 vaccines are free, safe, effective, and easy to get!
COVID-19 vaccines are recommended for everyone 5 and up.
Appointments are now required for our 555 Towner clinic.
For ages 18+: Schedule an appointment at https://bit.ly/wchdsched
For ages 5-17: Schedule an appointment at https://bit.ly/kidvaxwchd
All appointments through December are posted. January appointments will be posted once available.
If you are unvaccinated and unable to schedule an appointment, please contact us so we can prioritize getting you fully vaccinated. Call us at 734-544-6700 or email us at [email protected].
You do 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.
Vaccines for Kids Ages 5-17 Years
COVID-19 vaccine is officially authorized for everyone age 5 and up!
- 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 helpful for the parent or guardian or adult, but not required. Identification is not required for minors.
- COVID vaccine is widely available. Check with your pediatrician or pharmacy. Plan to go where it is easiest for you and your family.
- You can use https://www.vaccines.gov/search/ to search specifically for providers vaccinating 5-11 year old's.
Boosters and Additional Doses for Adults Age 18+
Everyone 18+ should get a booster dose:
- If you originally received a Pfizer or Moderna vaccine: get a booster dose six months after your second dose.
- If you originally received a Johnson & Johnson vaccine: get a booster dose two months after your initial dose.
The Washtenaw County Health Department is offering Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson initial vaccinations and booster doses at our 555 Towner clinic in Ypsilanti. If possible, please bring your identification and vaccination card. Boosters are not authorized for those under 18 at this time, but boosters for ages 16 and 17 may be coming soon. See more booster information from the CDC here.
For those with moderately to severely compromised immune systems who received Pfizer or Moderna initially: Individuals with moderately to severely compromised immune systems should receive an additional dose (3rd dose) of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) at least 28 days after a second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. This additional dose is intended to improve the response of people who are immunocompromised to their initial vaccine series. Individuals with compromised immune systems who received a 3rd dose of mRNA vaccine are eligible for a booster dose of Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson 6 months after their 3rd dose was administered.
Individuals may choose which vaccine they receive as a booster dose from the Health Department. For questions about which booster to receive, we recommend speaking with your health care provider for advice.
Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
Health Department ongoing vaccine site
Appointments required for this clinic. Walk-ins not available.
For ages 18+: Schedule at https://bit.ly/wchdsched
Health Department pop-up vaccine sites
No pop-ups are currently scheduled. Please check back soon!
Pop-up clinics are added here as they are scheduled. Staffing and doses at pop-up clinics may be limited. First come, first served, if necessary. Note which vaccine is available at each pop-up site, as not all 3 approved vaccines are always available at each pop-up.
If you don't see a clinic near you, check back later or see our "Where to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine" page for other options! The mass vaccination sites at the EMU Convocation Center in Ypsilanti and Pierce Lake Elementary in Chelsea are closed.
- Everyone 5 years old or older is eligible to be vaccinated. Please note that those under 18 should sign up for a Pfizer vaccine.
- 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 come to one of the vaccine clinics listed above. Be sure to bring your vaccination card that shows your first dose.
- Please remember to eat about an hour before your appointment and stay hydrated with water or non-caffeinated beverages!
- Because of capacity limitations, we are currently not able to accommodate requests for pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics. We expect to be able to respond to individual requests for pop-ups again in January 2022. We continue to run regular vaccine clinics and vaccines remain widely available across the county. If you are with a group or nursing home and need assistance with vaccination, please contact us at 734-544-6700 or [email protected].
- FREE, door-to-door, accessible, round-trip transportation to any Covid-19 vaccination site in Washtenaw County is available through the Vaccinate Washtenaw Program.
- This program is open to any person of any age in Washtenaw County.
- Rides are booked through the AARP [email protected]+ 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." If the call center is busy, you can also call 734-773-0907 to schedule a ride.
Printable COVID-19 Vaccine Resources
- COVID-19 Vaccines for Children: Facts for Parents and Guardians (English PDF)
- Vacunas contra el COVID-19 para niños: Datos para padres y tutores (Español PDF)
- COVID-19 vaccine facts for pregnant and breastfeeding people (English PDF)
- Datos relevantes sobre la vacuna contra el COVID-19 para mujeres embarazadas y que amamantan (Español PDF)
- How to get your COVID-19 vaccine + vaccine facts (English PDF, Español PDF)
- How to get your COVID-19 vaccine PDF / PNG (English)
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:
Resources and Further Information
- Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine
- Vaccine FAQs
- Vaccine Data
- Michigan Vaccine FAQ document
- Statewide COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard
- Vaccination information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)