Vaccine Data: Who has been Vaccinated in Washtenaw?
This page will be updated monthly on the first Wednesday of each month. Delays at the State of Michigan may cause updates to some parts of this page to be delayed.
- The information in these charts are provisional and subject to change. Use care interpreting. Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole numbers and may equal over 100%.
- Data on this page that represent the total number of vaccines given to Washtenaw residents is obtained using the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR). Census data used for population demographics was obtained from the 2019 United States Census Bureau website for Washtenaw County, MI. Vaccines distributed through the VA health system are not included in the MCIR.
- State and local data can also be found on the Michigan COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard.
- Information on vaccination rates among University of Michigan students, faculty and staff is available here.
Residents 50-64 years old
Residents 65-74 years old
Residents 75+ years old
14.1% of all county residents are up-to-date*
*This is likely an undercount: doses for our college-age population aren't all reflected in MCIR
- Data obtained from the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR).
- Ages 6 months to 49 years are not represented in this table as hospitalization rates and severe health outcomes for this age group are considerably lower than those for individuals 50 years of age and older. If you are interested in rates for ages 6 months to 49 years, please visit the MDHHS COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard.
- MCIR/the state health department considers an individual to be up-to-date (UTD) if they meet their specific age recommendation from the CDC:
- Individuals 5 years of age and older that have had no previous vaccinations are considered UTD if they receive 1 dose of the updated 2023-2024 Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 2 doses of Novavax (if 12 or older).
- Individuals 5 years of age and older that have previously been vaccinated are considered UTD if they receive 1 dose of the updated 2023-2024 Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 1 dose of Novavax (if 12 or older).
- For information on UTD definitions for children aged 6 months to 4 years, please visit the CDC Stay Up to Date with COVID-19 Vaccines webpage.
Health Department Vaccination (as of 11/17/2023)
doses given last month (October 2023)
total doses given
Please note: data reported is preliminary
PDF versions of previous vaccine census tract maps are available here.
Tables with health department vaccinations by race/ethnicity, Hispanic/Latino ethnicity, and zip code have been archived and are no longer being updated. Archived tables are below
|Racial or Ethnic Group||First dose||% of total doses|
|Am. Indian or Alaskan Native||182||0.3%|
|Black or African American||7623||11.8%|
|Native Hawaiian or Pac. Islander||108||0.17%|
|Declined or unknown||4317||6.6%|
|First dose||% of total doses|
|Hispanic or Latino||3739||5.8%|
|Not Hispanic or Latino||50859||78.4%|
|Declined or unknown||10253||15.8%|
|Zip code||First dose||% of total doses|
|Washtenaw County zip code||58889||90.8%|
|Out-of-county zip code||5962||9.2%|