COVID Vaccine Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

 Alert! We are experiencing a high volume of calls and you may experience delays. We do ask that you not call our office to let us know that our clinics are full as our phone system is not able to handle the volume of calls. 

Health Officer Marcus Cheatham gives a COVID-19 vaccine update in this video 1/14/21

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard- Learn More

Mid-Michigan District Health Department COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard- Learn More

Where can you get vaccinated?

Spectrum Health - Visit their website

MidMichigan Medical Center- Gratiot - visit their website

Sparrow - visit their website

Mid-Michigan District Health Department
The Mid-Michigan District Health Department is administering the 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).

If you fall under priority group 1A or 1B and would like to be vaccinated, please schedule an appointment using one of the links below. You will be prompted to use a program called SignUpGenius to schedule your appointment:
Clinton County:
Gratiot County:
Montcalm County:

***Our clinics are currently full, but be sure to check back daily. Additional clinics will be scheduled when we receive more vaccine, and there are often cancellations.   We know this situation is not ideal, but we have limited vaccine and can not schedule any more clinics until we receive another shipment. 

*While every effort will be taken to hold clinics as scheduled, they are dependent on vaccine availability and may be cancelled and/or re-scheduled.

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.

Sign up to receive our e-newsletter

*Sign up to receive our E-Newsletter and you'll be notified when we schedule additional clinics and be informed of other important public health updates. Look for the "Sign up for Updates" section and enter your email address. 

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