Where Do You Go To Sign Up For The Vaccine In Michigan?
You get a shot.
And you get a shot.
Everyone gets a shot.
This change starts Monday, March 22nd and then the floodgates for the vaccine for everyone opens up on April 5th.
Beginning Monday, March 22, Michigan residents ages 16 years and up with high risk medical conditions or disabilities and people 50 years and older regardless of their health become eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
On Monday, April 5, the vaccine pool opens up further to previously ineligible people ages 16 years and older. However, demand for the vaccine may outpace supply for several weeks. State officials urge patience in booking appointments. (Detroit Eater)
That part about demand outpacing supply just jumps out at you doesn't it. Patience is key but I would suggest you get signed up NOW.
But where do you go to get signed up? You local health department? You local pharmacy? Online vaccine overflow sites?
Let us point you in the right direction.
Start HERE first.
That will guide you to the corresponding health department in your county. Simple and easy sign up and they will email you when it's time to come get your shot.
Personally speaking, that's how I got my appointment and shot already.
Now if you want to try your local pharmacy, that's up to you. And their sign up procedure might be a little more involved.
Walgreens: you have to use your account or sign up for one to complete the eligibility screening.
I would suggest you start at the Michigan.gov link and get ready to be patient. After this coming Monday unless you're in a higher risk group, you're going to be on that long list.
Patience is a virtue.
And you're going to get your shot.
It just might be a minute.
If you want to try the longshot method and catch an unused vaccine, there's this.
Leftovers happen. People miss their appointments. Vials come with extra doses. Any thawed vials must be used within 6 hours, or they get thrown out.
Looking to get vaccinated but can’t get an appointment? Join the standby list to get connected with local providers with extra doses. (hidrb)
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