WAYNE COUNTY, Mich. – Wayne County is now vaccinating people 65 and older against coronavirus.
Vaccination clinics are filling up fast. They are only for seniors who live in those particular communities and people must make appointments to receive a vaccine.
The clinics began opening Tuesday. Below is a list of the clinics and communities they serve. There is a note included in the list if that particular clinic is already fully booked.
“I am pleased that Wayne County is now in a position to begin vaccinating seniors,” said Wayne County Executive Warren Evans. “I know everyone is eager to get back to normal safely. Our team is working hard to ensure that all of our residents can receive their COVID vaccine as soon as the vaccine is available. “
The full list of clinics and how to register can be found below.
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There are no walk-ins and seniors must make an appointment by calling the site number in their communities. Vaccines will only be for residents of specific communities.
You can find more information on Wayne County’s official website here.
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