LIST: Upper Michigan COVID-19 vaccination opportunities
Vaccinations are open for everyone 16 and older in Michigan.
UPPER PENINSULA, Mich. (WLUC) - Opportunities for coronavirus vaccinations continue to expand in Upper Michigan.
Below are the latest updates from U.P. health departments and providers:
Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center (updated April 20)
Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center (UGL) is vaccinating all people 18 and older. To sign up, click here.
Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center (UGL) and Michigan Technological University (MTU) announced the COVID-19 vaccine clinics taking place at Michigan Tech’s Student Development Complex (SDC) have been opened to the public.
The clinic will use the Moderna vaccine and is open to those 18-years-old and older. If you would like to participate, please schedule an appointment online to ensure you receive the vaccine. While walk-ups are permitted, we cannot guarantee you will receive the vaccine if you haven’t scheduled an appointment.
The clinics are scheduled from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern on Wednesday, April 21 and Thursday, April 22, at the Student Development Complex Varsity Gym.
Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties (updated April 20)
Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties (PHDM) is scheduling COVID-19 vaccination appointments for any individual age 18 and older who lives or works in Delta or Menominee counties. PHDM has seven upcoming first dose clinics. The Moderna vaccine will be administered at all four of these clinics, which is approved for those 18-years-old and older.
- In Delta County, there are clinics scheduled at the Joseph Heirman University Center at Bay College in Escanaba on:
- Thursday April 22
- Thursday April 29
- In Menominee County, there are clinics scheduled at the Pullman House/Whistle Stop Restaurant in Menominee on:
- Tuesday, April 20
- Wednesday, April 28
Western U.P. Health Department (updated April 20)
Western U.P. residents can visit https://coppercountrystrong.com/vaccine to locate a provider in their area. Those without computer access should call 211 or their healthcare provider for assistance in scheduling an appointment.
The WUPHD is scheduling appointments for clinics in the community. To make an appointment, check out this page on the WUPHD website.
Dickinson-Iron District Health Department (updated April 20)
The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department (DIDHD) is frequently adding appointments to its website for both counties. To schedule online visit www.didhd.org or call 906-774-1868 or 906-265-9913. Learn more by checking out the DIDHD’s website or Facebook page.
Marquette County Health Department (updated April 20)
Pre-registration eligibility has expanded to include Marquette County residents over the age of 16. Learn more here.
Pre-registrations happen on the MCHD website at mqthealth.org. Please fill out the form carefully as this will be the information used to contact you. If you need assistance pre-registering please call 906-475-7847 and one of our staff will assist you with the process. Phone lines are staffed 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern, Monday through Friday. Updates are also posted on the department’s Facebook page and website.
Luce, Mackinac, Alger and Schoolcraft District Health Department (updated April 20)
The LMAS District Health Department says vaccine is currently available in Luce, Mackinac, Alger and Schoolcraft county for any residents who are age 16 or older.
To get on a waitlist or signup for an appointment time, please visit LMASDHD.org, and click on the appropriate waitlist button. Please sign up in one place only, LMAS says. For Schoolcraft County, you can call Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital at 906-341-3775. If you or a family member needs assistance scheduling or getting on a waitlist in any of our counties, they can call LMAS offices Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Alger County: 906-387-2297
- Luce County: 906-293-5107
- Mackinac County: 906-643-1100
- Schoolcraft County: 906-341-6951
- You may also reach LMAS through its Facebook page via Messenger at Facebook.com/LMASDHD.
Chippewa County Health Department (updated April 20)
Chippewa County Health Department has COVID-19 vaccine appointments available online at chippewahd.com. Those without internet access or capability, can call 906-635-3640.
Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center (updated April 20)
The Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center has expanding its COVID-19 vaccination to a larger demographic. Vaccinations can now be given to anyone who served in the military, as well as their caregivers and spouses. This is part of the SAVE LIVES act, which was signed by President Biden on March 24. The expanded eligibility includes National Guard and Reserve, CHAMPVA beneficiaries, and all categories of veterans regardless of Character of Discharge. The expanded authority does depend on the supply of COVID-19 vaccines. Veterans who are enrolled in VA care will continue to be prioritized.
The VA says it is regularly scheduling COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Iron Mountain and at seven community-based outpatient clinics in the U.P. and Northern Wisconsin. VA outpatient locations include Hancock, Ironwood, Manistique, Marquette, Menominee, and Sault Ste. Marie. There is also a VA outpatient location in Rhinelander, Wisconsin.
Anyone who is newly eligible for a vaccine can go to va.gov to register. The medical center will contact those eligible when the vaccine is available. Registration can also be done over the phone at 906-774-3300 ext. 33115.
More pre-registration options:
- Lac Vieux Desert Health Center
- Sault Tribe Health Division
- Snyder’s Drug Stores
- Upper Great Lakes Family Health Center
This story will be updated as information is released from other Upper Michigan health departments.
For continued updates from TV6 & FOX UP, check out our story, “Tracking the coronavirus in Upper Michigan.”
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