Michigan Medicine with walk-in COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Michigan Stadium
ANN ARBOR, MI – Michigan Medicine is hosting a walk-in clinic for first-dose COVID-19 vaccination appointments at Michigan Stadium on Friday.
According to UM’s vaccine website, the health system has an influx of vaccines that allows it to offer the clinic from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 23. Michigan Medicine cannot accept anyone who has already received a first dose of a vaccine as the walk-in clinic is only for first-doses.
No registration is required, and individuals must be over the age of 16 with a Michigan Medicine medical record number on the door, according to the website. It will be a two-dose vaccination and will require people to be present for a second dose 21 days later, officials said.
UM is hosting Vaccination Clinics in Meijer, 3145 Ann Arbor-Saline Road from April 22nd to 23rd. This location requires registration and free transportation is provided by the central student government.
Before planning a vaccination:
- You need to complete your daily ResponsiBlue screening and put a green check mark
- Shouldn’t have had an active infection with COVID-19 in the last 10 days
- Must not be in quarantine at the time of vaccination
- Must not have received any other vaccines for 14 days before receiving a COVID-19 vaccination
- Must not have received monoclonal antibody therapy in the past 90 days
- Must be available in Ann Arbor to receive both doses of Pfizer BioNTech and Moderna vaccines.
All UM students, staff and faculties who completed the BlueQueue questionnaire and did not vaccinate were invited to an appointment, according to university officials.
More information on UM vaccine delivery can be found here.
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