COVID-19 vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months old and up. They are free, safe, effective, and easy to get!
Stay up-to-date on your COVID-19 vaccines to make sure you're as protected as possible. Everyone 5+ should get a booster and some people should get two boosters. Check out the CDC's website to see when you need a booster!
Vaccines for Children 6 months - 5 years old
Health Department Ongoing COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic (555 Towner in Ypsilanti)
Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson initial vaccinations and booster doses available at this clinic.
All COVID-19 vaccines are free. You do not need an insurance card or ID to be vaccinated at the Health Department. 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.
If possible, please bring your identification and vaccination card (if coming in for a booster). 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.
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.
Health Department Pop-Up COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
Saturday, July 9: Pull Over Prevention and Mutual Aid Fair
- COVID-19 vaccines (for ages 6 months and up) from 10am – 12pm (full event from 10am-2pm). To schedule a vaccine, please call (734) 492-5747.
- Washtenaw County Health Department @ 555 Towner St., Ypsilanti 48198 (parking lot located at the corner of Prospect and Towner)
- Free minor car repair of lights, tires, and fluids. Free food, pet supplies, car seats and more. Free health insurance counseling available through the Washtenaw Health Plan. For more details, see the Facebook event.
- In partnership with Packard Health, SE MI Pull Over Prevention, Mexiquenses en Michigan, and Washtenaw Health Plan.
- See flyer in English and Spanish.
Staffing and doses at pop-up clinics may be limited. First come, first served, if necessary.
If you don't see a clinic near you, see our "Where to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine" page for other options!
Vaccines for Kids (anyone under 18)
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.
Everyone 5+ should get a booster dose. Some people should get two boosters. It's important to stay up-to-date on your COVID-19 vaccines to have the best protection. See more about who should get a booster and when on the CDC's website here.
For questions about which booster to receive, we recommend speaking with your health care provider.
Additional Doses (for moderately to severely immunocompromised people)
There are specific COVID-19 vaccine recommendations for those with moderately to severely compromised immune systems. See the COVID-19 vaccine guidance for moderately to severely immunocompromised people on the CDC's website here.
- In most situations, Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are preferred over the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine for primary and booster vaccination. Learn more here.
- See printable COVID-19 vaccine materials here.
- Please remember to eat about an hour before your appointment and stay hydrated with water or non-caffeinated beverages!
- We have limited capacity to accommodate requests for pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics. If you would like to request a pop-up vaccine clinic or if you are with a group or nursing home and need assistance with vaccination, please email [email protected]. We continue to run regular vaccine clinics and vaccines remain widely available across the county.
- FREE, door-to-door, accessible, round-trip transportation to any COVID-19 vaccination site in Washtenaw County is available through the Vaccinate Washtenaw Program. They can also provide transportation to and from testing, follow-up healthcare appointments, pharmacy trips and caregiver transportation.
- 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.