Detroit -Wayne County announced that it will open several vaccination clinics for residents 65 and older.
According to County Administrator Warren Evans, targeting Guangzhou, Highland Park, Hamtrak, Meister, Melvindale, Pontiac Romulus and Wayne City Residents’ vaccination clinics will start on February 23.
Evans said: “I’m very happy that Wayne County can start vaccinating the elderly now.”
There is no appointment, and senior citizens must make an appointment by dialing the phone number of their community.
The full list of clinics and how to register can be found below.
|community||Vaccination location||Date and time||registration message|
|Canton and Plymouth||Park Summit
46000 Peak Road
|February 25 to 26
9 am to 3 pm
The call center will be open from Monday to Wednesday from 10 am to 4 pm
|Highland Park and Hamtrak||Said Detroit Clinic
211 Glendale Avenue
|Hamtramck residents: Call Ruth Harlin 313-252-0050. 240
Highland Park resident, last name AL: Call 313-688-5180
Resident of Highland Park, last name MZ: call 313-590-0470
|Ink ster||Booker T. Dozel Center
Middlebelt Road 2025
|Dial 313-563-4236. 2383|
|Melvindale||Melvindale Community Center
4300 Dearborn Street
9 o’clock noon
|Romulus||Romulus Senior Center
36525 Bibbins Street
|Wayne City||Hype Sports Center
4635 Howe Road
|Call 734-722-2204 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org|
Evans said: “Every vaccinated resident brings us closer to ending the pandemic.” “I would also like to thank the state of Michigan and Wayne County for cooperating to ensure that we have more doses to vaccinate the elderly. The vaccine distribution process is limited by the available vaccines-no one can get enough vaccines-but Wayne County is throwing weapons at the fastest rate we can get the vaccine.
More information can be found on the Wayne County official website.
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