Hope is here.

After rigorous testing and FDA approval, three COVID-19 vaccines are authorized and available in West Michigan and throughout the U.S. All Michigan residents age 12 and up are now eligible for the vaccine, so please schedule your appointment now! The vaccine is the way to beat this virus, save lives and restore our economy. Thanks for all you are doing to help slow the spread of the coronavirus in our community.
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Community Clinic Events

Sep
26
Walk-in Pfizer (Ages 12+) or J&J (Ages 18+)

Saint Francis de Sales Catholic Church
195 W 13th St.
Holland, MI 49423

Sep
27
Walk-in Pfizer (Ages 12+) or J&J (Ages 18+)

Ottawa County Department of Public Health
12251 James Street Suite 400
Holland, MI 49424

Sep
28
North Kent Connect Walk-In Mobile Vaccine Clinic (Pfizer ages 12+, JJ 18+)

North Kent Connect
10075 Northland Dr NE
Rockford, MI 49341

Sep
29
Hispanic Center of Western MI Walk-In Mobile Vaccine Clinic (Pfizer ages 12+, JJ 18+)

Hispanic Center of Western Michigan
1204 Grandville Ave SW
Grand Rapids, MI 49503

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Find a Pharmacy Location Near You

Use Vaccines.gov to find a pharmacy or another vaccine location near you, then call or visit their website to make an appointment.
SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT

Where can I get vaccinated?

Local health departments, health systems and many pharmacies are currently authorized to administer COVID-19 vaccinations to all individuals 12 years and older in the state of Michigan. Appointments are easier than ever to schedule and some locations even allow walk-ins.
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Safety & Effectiveness

Are the vaccines safe and effective for my family and me?

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s scientific and regulatory processes are among the most rigorous in the world and ensure the safety, effectiveness, and quality of COVID-19 vaccines.
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General Information

Frequently Asked Questions

The development of these life-saving vaccines marked a turning point in the pandemic. We have done our best to share the vital information you need to know now, but because this virus is so new, doctors and scientists are learning more about it as well as treatment and prevention every day. We’ll continue to update this site as more information becomes available.
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Vaccinate West Michigan Collaborators

Kent County Health Department Allegan Health Department Barry-Eaton District Health Department Berrien County Health Department District Health Department #10 Ionia County Health Department Mid-Michigan District Health Department Muskegon County – Public Health Ottawa County Department of Public Health Mercy Health Metro Health – University of Michigan Health Spectrum Health Holland Hospital Spectrum Health Lakeland North Ottawa Community Hospital Michigan Health & Hospital Association Answer Health Cherry Health CVS Pharmacy Kent County Emergency Medical Services Meijer SpartanNash We Are For Children Calvin University  Grand Valley State University Michigan State University College of Human Medicine