COVID Vaccine

COVID Vaccine Sign ups

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Vaccine Status Update

As COVID-19 vaccination supplies increase, Jackson County Health Department and its health partners continue to hold various clinics around the county.  Residents age 16 and over are now eligible to get the vaccination.  Updates about vaccine scheduling are available on the COVID Vaccination Information Line at (517) 817-4469.  Residents can also sign up directly for an appointment through Signup Genius (see below) or find additional information at vaccinefinder.org

How to sign up for a vaccine from the Health Department?

Thank you for your interest in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. We no longer require that people leave their information with us on a survey. We have reached a point in the Vaccination Process where we are sharing our clinic signup links publicly; 

When scheduling please remember the following items:
Pfizer vaccine is a two shot series, 21 days apart and is allowed for 16 years and older
Moderna vaccine is a two shot series, 28 days apart and is allowed for 18 years and older.

The Signup Genius link for the April 22 clinic is available here:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0d44a4ad2ca2fdc61-covid1953.

Please note: The link will change on a weekly basis so do not forward to someone thinking they can use it next week. 

For a list of sites where vaccine is located and currently available, check out the CDC's Vaccine finder page.

Vaccine eligibility information

Everyone 16 years old or older is now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Michigan.  The Jackson County Health Department is working with local partners to distribute the vaccine through special clinics for homebound populations (see flyer below for details) and also clinics that may be held in places like schools, colleges, pharmacies, local community event centers, and drive in clinics in order to allow everyone an opportunity to get a vaccine.

For the most up to date information on the groups eligible for vaccine, check out the Michigan Coronavirus Vaccine Guidance Page.  If you have questions about the COVID vaccine, check out this Frequently Asked Questions Page developed by our COVID Response Team.

If you are in need of having someone come to your home to provide a vaccine to you and your caregivers please see the below flyer with information on where to call.  A printable version of the flyer is available here.

Vaccine for Homebound

Jackson County COVID Vaccine TIMELINE

The Jackson County Health Department wants to keep you informed of our progress regarding vaccine progress through the priority groups.  A barometer has been developed to give you a pictorial view of where we are currently in the process.  The number of vaccines our COVID Response and Vaccination Team can deliver is dependent on the amount of vaccine supply we have available. This timeline / barometer will be updated weekly (current post is as of 4/19/2021) or as vaccines are distributed through priority groups.

Jackson County Vaccination Timeline Jan 25

Information about the groups given priority to receive COVID-19 vaccine.  Jackson's strategy is based on the Michigan COVD Vaccine Prioritization Guidance

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services COVID 19 Vaccine Information

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