COVID Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Information


 Alert! We are currently experiencing a high volume of calls and you may experience delays when trying to reach our branch offices by phone. 

Health Officer gives a COVID-19 vaccine update in this video 2/18/21

Read our latest press release: Vaccine still in short supply 2/16/21

Visit our COVID-19 information page for up-to-date information on the pandemic.

If you are a business/agency in the 1B priority group (critical/essential workforce) and are interested in receiving the vaccine, please fill out this form.

Where can you get vaccinated?

You can get vaccinated at a number of places, and we recommend you explore all of these options to increase your chance of getting an appointment:

Spectrum Health - Visit their website
MidMichigan Medical Center- Gratiot - visit their website
Sparrow - visit their website
McLaren Health Care - visit their website
West Michigan Vaccine Clinic in Grand Rapids - visit their website
Meijer Pharmacy - visit their website
Walgreens - visit their website
Rite Aid- visit their website
HomeTown Pharmacy (DeWitt, Howard City) - visit their website

Mid-Michigan District Health Department (branch offices located in Ithaca, St. Johns and Stanton)
Mid-Michigan District Health Department is administering the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to those in priority group 1A (first responders, health care, AFC, assisted living, skilled nursing, and home health care workers) and those in priority group 1B (those 65 years of age and older, first responders not vaccinated in 1A, corrections and jail staff, child care providers, K-12 school staff, homeless shelter staff, drug rehabilitation center staff, transient living staff, and CPS workers).

  • We know so many of you are eager to get your COVID-19 vaccination and many of you are growing frustrated. The issue is that the demand for the vaccine far exceeds vaccine supply. Everyone who is eligible to receive the vaccine will be vaccinated, just not as quickly as we’d all like. This is a difficult time for us all, but we will get through this! We are administering around 600 first doses every week, and also holding second dose clinics. We wish we could vaccinate more people on a weekly basis, but can't until the amount of vaccine we receive is increased. 
  • When we have appointments available, those on our waiting list will be notified. 

Sign up to be placed on our COVID-19 vaccination waiting list

  • If you would like to be placed on our COVID-19 vaccination waiting list, enter your email address in the box below. When we have appointments available, you will be notified via email with instructions on how to schedule an appointment. We will also send out weekly updates.
  • Notice to those who previously created a SignUpGenius account on our website: Before we transitioned to our new COVID-19 appointment scheduling system, we were using a program called SignUpGenius. We replaced that system as soon as we could because it was not user-friendly and was very confusing. Creating a SignUpGenius account to schedule an appointment was not necessary, but many did not realize this and created one anyway. We later learned that some people thought that creating a SignUpGenius account put them on our waiting list, but that was not the case. Therefore, we are recommending anyone who was under the impression that creating a SignUpGenius account put them on our waiting list to enter their email address in the box below to ensure that they are in fact on our waiting list. 


Get Updates, Including When COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments Are Available

Do you need help scheduling a COVID-19 vaccination appointment?

  • If you do not have access to the internet or are a senior who needs help scheduling an appointment, you may call 211 and they will assist you.
  • If you are over 65 and do not have internet or struggle to use a computer, you may call the office on aging near you and they will assist you:
    • Tri-County Office on Aging (Clinton County): 517-887-1440
    • Gratiot County Commission on Aging: 989-875-5246
    • Montcalm County Commission on Aging: 989-831-7476

What you need to know about the vaccine

MMDHD is currently administering the Moderna vaccine. The second dose is given four weeks after the first dose. When you receive your first dose you will be given instructions on what you need to do to get your second dose.

Priority Groups Explained-Learn More
When will you be able to get the vaccine? Learn More
What to expect after getting the COVID-19 vaccine- Learn More
COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions- Learn More
How mRNA vaccines work- Learn More

COVID-19 Vaccine Video Series by Dr. Jennifer Morse, Medical Director-
12/15/20: Research, Development and Safety
1/11/21: mRNA vaccines and safety

COVID-19 Vaccine Updates by Health Officer Marcus Cheatham

COVID-19 Vaccination Discussion with Community Partners -watch video

Visit these websites for more information