COVID Vaccine Information

As you know, the coronavirus pandemic is a once-in-a-generation event that has impacted every aspect of our country — from the health of our families, to our pocketbooks, to our economy. I am committed to doing everything I can to ease the burden on you and your family, which is why I set up a dedicated page ( with information on resources and the most recent updates.

I have included below some frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, which I hope you will find helpful:


When can I receive the vaccine?

Currently, ALL Michiganders ages 16+ are eligible to recieve the COVID Vaccine.


Where can I sign up to get vaccinated?

There are many ways that you can sign up to schedule a COVID Vaccine. Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is faster and easier than ever before.  And remember, COVID vaccines are offered free of charge to absolutely everyone.


Here are some of the places you can find a shot:


Get it at a pharmacy near you: 


Get a shot from your local urgent care, pharmacy, or doctor’s office:

Oakland County


Livingston County


Ingham County


Or, register for the shot with your county health department:

  • Register here for Ingham County

  • Register here for Oakland County

  • Register here for Livingston County


You can also get a vaccine at Ford Field in Detroit: 

  • This mass vaccination site is able to vaccinate 6,000 people a day, and is open to all Michiganders. Click here to register for vaccination at Ford Field.


If you don’t want to make an appointment, walk-up vaccines are periodically available, and you can visit these sites for information and hours for walk-in clinics:


Residents who don't have access to the internet or who need assistance navigating the vaccine scheduling process can call the state COVID-19 Hotline at 888-535-6136 (press 1), 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday or call 2-1-1.

The State of Michigan has set up a daily COVID vaccine tracker where you can see the progress in real-time.


Do I have to receive both vaccines in Michigan?
Not necessarily. For snowbirds, it might be possible to get one vaccine in-state and receive the second dose elsewhere, but keep in mind that not every state permits non-residents to get a vaccine.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have a website where you can locate vaccination sites by state and territory.