Walk-in COVID-19 vaccines available in at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Walk-in COVID-19 vaccines will be available in Grand Rapids on Tuesday.
West Michigan Vaccine Clinic accepts walk-ins from April 27th, 11 am-4:30pm at DeVos Place, 303 Monroe Ave. NW, in Grand Rapids, said a press release.
It is open to people aged 18 and over. People 16 or 17 can also get a shot, but they must have a parent or guardian with them, the press release said.
The clinic is for people who didn’t get their first shot, the press release said. The Pfizer vaccine is given.
Parking is free once the participants have validated their ticket. People can park on DeVos Place using the north park entrance on Michigan Street or the south park entrance on Lyon Street. People can also park at the Government Center Ramp across from DeVos Place.
The clinic on Tuesday is a joint effort by Kent County, Spectrum Health, Mercy Heath and Vaccinate West Michigan.
Future appointments can be made by phone at 833-734-0016 or at wmvaccinceclinic.org.
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