COVID-19 Vaccine Central
The Macomb County Health Department is responsible for making the COVID-19 vaccine available for citizens and those that work to protect us. Working under strict guidelines issued by the CDC and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), residents can be assured that the vaccine is being properly stored, appropriately administered and made available for all who are eligible and wish to receive their vaccine as soon as possible.
The ability to be vaccinated is based on eligibility guidelines established by the CDC and MDHHS. The following people are currently eligible to be vaccinated against the Coronavirus:
- Residents over the age of 65
These essential workers who live or work in Macomb County:
- Paramedics and EMS workers
- Home health and hospice workers
- Other health care workers with direct or indirect contact with patients
- School employees
- Law enforcement and correctional officers
- Workers in child care institutions, adult/child protective services and homeless shelters
- All municipal employees
- Persons who volunteer for any of the above
New vaccination appointments open weekly on Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m. and close when all available doses have been allocated.
To schedule an appointment, call: 586-463-8777
Or, use the online scheduling system to make, confirm or cancel an appointment: www.macombgov.org/covidvaccine
Macomb County COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard
|Total Doses Received||21,175|
|Vaccine Appointments Set||6,234|
|Number of Appointments available||0|
*Last updated January 26, 2021
Vaccination appointments are available:
Monday-Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Saturdays between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Please be aware:
- Only the person being vaccinated will be allowed in the building to maintain safe social distancing. Exceptions will be made for a family member or caregiver to accompany someone who needs assistance getting into the building.
- Face masks are required to be worn inside the building.
- Please reschedule your appointment if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 (such as fever, cough, chills, etc.)
- There is no cost for vaccination and your insurance will not be billed.
What to bring:
- A photo identification card
- If applicable, proof of your occupation (a badge, employee identification card, letter from your employer, etc.)
- A completed COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Form
- If you are returning for your second dose, bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Record card.
For those who are not yet eligible to be vaccinated, or have difficulty scheduling an appointment, please be patient. As additional vaccine is made available, more people will be able to be vaccinated. Check back regularly or follow Macomb County Health Department on Facebook
For everyone, even with the vaccine in place and available, we still need to continue to follow safety guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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