COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Update:
We now have our pre-registration link available for you to register for Covid-19 vaccine! This will be used for health department staff to contact you when there are vaccine doses available. One person may enter contact information for multiple people. We encourage anyone to help those who do not have internet access. When we receive vaccine, we will contact you by email (if provided), text or phone call. You will then have times to choose from in the schedule on a specific date.
***Please keep in mind we are only receiving a couple hundred doses of vaccine in a week at this time. This is not enough to get our communities vaccinated as soon as we would like but we are doing what we can. So, you may not hear from us until 3-5 weeks after registering. Please be patient with us as we try to improve our processes and as we receive more vaccine.
On the day of the appointment:
Bring your insurance information
Wear a short sleeve shirt.
Want to come prepared? Print off the Questionnaire and Consent below so you can skip this step when you arrive.
COVID Vaccination Consent & Questionnaire
***The COVID vaccine must be separated by 14 days from any other vaccines. Please schedule your appointment at least 14 days after your last vaccine.
2nd Dose Information
At this time, individuals receiving COVID-19 vaccine will need a second dose either 21 or 28 days after the first dose. We will give you an appointment for the second dose during your first dose appointment. If you do not have a second dose scheduled, please call 989-269-9723 to schedule.
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Huron County Health Department
Coronavirus Informational Hotline: (989) 269-9722
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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Closed 12:00-12:30 for lunch
2018 Thumb Community Health Assessment
Michigan Thumb Public Health Alliance
Huron | Lapeer | Sanilac | Tuscola
Here is a graphic from MDHSS that shows who we are currently vaccinating. Those groups of individuals are outlined in the yellow boxes. As you can see from the red circles on the right, essential frontline workers may not be vaccinated until April/May including: Food and Agriculture workers, critical manufacturing workers, public transport workers, grocery store workers, US Postal Service Workers, and others categorized as Phase 1B, Group C. Also, we are not yet vaccinating those with high risk health conditions who are under age 65.
1142 South Van Dyke
Bad Axe, MI 48413
Monday - Friday:
8:00am - 4:00pm