DEARBORN, Mich. – Other appointments were opened on Sunday March 21 for the COVID-19 vaccine to be administered at the consolidated vaccination center in Dearborn.
Walk-ins are accepted from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday on site.
Sunday appointments can be made on the city’s website by clicking here. Appointments are for people aged 50 and over.
Those with dates and those entering must live in Dearborn or six other communities.
The Johnson & Johnson single-dose vaccine will be administered Sunday at the vaccination center inside the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center at 15801 Michigan Avenue in Dearborn.
The vaccines are for those who live in Dearborn Heights, Inkster, Redford, Allen Park, Garden City, Melvindale, and Dearborn.
The Consolidated Vaccine Center in Dearborn also opened appointments for Moderna two-dose vaccines on Tuesday, March 23 and Wednesday, March 24 for anyone aged 50 and over.
Vaccines are available to designated residents through a collaboration between the seven communities with the support of Wayne County.
Masks covering your mouth and nose are required to enter and stay in the building. People will need to show ID and will be examined at the door.
Communities follow criteria established by Wayne County for those who qualify for vaccination.
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