DETROIT – Starting Monday, April 5, all Michigan residents age 16 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
State guidelines will remove restrictions on reserving an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 5, allowing all adults to receive one of three vaccines authorized by the FDA.
Michigan will also see an increase in vaccine shipments starting this week, to help combat the current surge in COVID-19, which is among the worst in the US.
The options for finding a vaccine have expanded across the state in the last week and will continue as the supply increases. Here are some of your best options for finding a date:
CVS, Walgreens, Walmart and Rite Aid are rapidly expanding appointments in Metro Detroit and throughout Michigan. The best time to look for appointments is early in the morning. (Pro tip: search by zip codes)
Also, check with your neighborhood pharmacies. Many have vaccine supplies or waiting lists.
Local health departments have launched local clinics for residents, some in local communities and some at the county level. You can find a list of each health department here.
Walk-in clinics are one of the best ways to get vaccinated. In Sterling Heights this week, on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, ACCESS will host a Pfizer walk-in clinic open to everyone 16 and older. More info here.
We’re tracking walk-ins and open appointments right here, if you want to keep an eye out for our live blog.
If you are a patient in a hospital system in Michigan, they are offering vaccinations, but most are on waiting lists. Here are links to the main pages of the hospital system:
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