COVID-19 Vaccination

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COVID-19 vaccines are free, safe, effective, and easy to get!

UPDATE Sept 24, 2021: The CDC has recommended booster doses for specific people or groups. The Health Department will begin offering boosters Tues, Sept 28 at our normally scheduled walk-in clinic. Expanded, drive-through clinics coming in October. Announcement coming soon.

Reminders:

  • Only Pfizer vaccine is currently available as a booster. Six months must have passed since the individual's last Pfizer dose.
  • COVID-19 vaccine is also available from many other providers and pharmacies

Additional doses for moderately to severely immunocompromised people are available. We are offering additional (3rd) doses to those eligible at our ongoing vaccine clinic at the Health Department (555 Towner in Ypsilanti). Walk-in during the times listed below. We strongly encourage patients to talk with their primary care doctor (or treatment team who cares for their immunosuppressive condition) to determine the degree of immune compromise and, importantly, determine appropriate timing of an additional vaccine dose. 

Learn more about booster and additional doses here.

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. Adolescents must be 12 years of age or older by the vaccination date.

** COVID vaccination is now widely available and other providers are also offering additional doses. Staffing and doses at pop-up clinics may be limited. First come, first served, if necessary.


Health Department ongoing vaccine site

Every Tuesday: 9-11:30am, 1-3:30pm, and 5-7pm

Every Wednesday: 9-11:30am and 1-3:30pm

Every Thursday: 9-11:30am and 1-3:30pm

Every Friday: 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 during clinic hours, no appointment needed

The mass vaccination sites at the EMU Convocation Center in Ypsilanti and Pierce Lake Elementary in Chelsea are closed. 

Health Department pop-up vaccine sites

Stay tuned for more pop-up vaccine sites as they are scheduled!

*Pop-up clinics are added here as they are scheduled. 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!

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 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!
  • 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.

Printable COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

  • How to get your COVID-19 vaccine + vaccine facts (English PDF, Spanish PDF) (updated as of 9/21/21)
  • 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 (Spanish PDF)
  • 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:

Resources and Further Information

This page is frequently updated as new information becomes available.