DETROIT – On Thursday, many absences at the Ford Field mass vaccination site led to officials calling for anyone who could arrive at the site before 6 p.m. to be vaccinated.
Dozens of people showed up on Friday hoping the same would happen.
“I thought it was worth a try and if it doesn’t work, it’s not a big deal,” said Rob Trexler.
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Trexler and his wife drove from New Hudson to wait and see, but not everyone was as relaxed as he was.
When police and Ford Field staff told the crowd there were no leftovers, some gave officers a hard time and didn’t want to leave, which can be a problem as those waiting in line without an appointment They can slow down the process for people with dates. .
People are advised to wait in their cars, or to the side, and not in line if someone wants to check for additional vaccinations due to absence.
With the increase in COVID-19 cases, the Detroit Institute of the Arts will be closed to the public until April 2.
Additionally, the St. Clair County Health Department sent out a newsletter recommending people to work from home, if possible, along with strict mitigation strategies for workers who cannot.
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