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Where to get COVID-19 vaccines in July

All clinics are WALK-IN and offer Pfizer* (ages 6 mos+) and Moderna (ages 6 mos – 5; 18+) mRNA vaccines.**
First, second, third, and first AND second booster doses are available. No appointments are needed.

*Pfizer is the only vaccine currently approved for use in ages 6 – 17
**Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is available ONLY to persons who have received a medical recommendation to not get a mRNA vaccine or persons who understand that the risk of the serious side effect of blood clots is higher with Johnson & Johnson but would not otherwise get the vaccine.

Vaccinations for the Homebound – If you, or someone you know, is unable to leave their home due to health conditions and would like to receive a COVID-19 vaccine please complete the registration survey.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services/MDHHS sites – Word of Life, Bethel United Methodist, and Macedonia Baptist Church – are no longer offering COVID-19 vaccinations. These sites continue to offer COVID-19 testing; click here for details. 
As of May 21st, vaccination sites at Flint Mini Police Stations are no longer in operation – testing is available. 
Source: Genesee County Health Department

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