COVID VACCINES

Vaccine Information

       Dr. Jennifer Morse, Medical Director) - posted 12/16/2020​

      (by Dr. Jennifer Morse, Medical Director) – Posted 5/7/2021

Information for 12-17 Year Old’s

  • A parent must accompany a 12-17 year old to a clinic to be vaccinated. For CMDHD, if a parent cannot be there, someone older than 18 must still accompany the child and they must bring the filled-out form below.

  • A parent/guardian must accompany a 12-17 year old to a clinic to be vaccinated. For CMDHD, if a parent/guardian cannot be there, someone older than 18 must still accompany the child.

  • CMDHD Absent Parent Consent Form

  • Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization Information Form – read this document before signing the above consent form. 

We encourage our residents to:

  • Sign up to receive opt-in emails through our website.  We will be including vaccination clinic information in these emails when the time comes.

  • Continue to watch our website for updates on COVID-19 vaccinations.

  • If you do not have an email address, we suggest reaching out to a family member or friend who can sign up for our opt-in emails and then call you with the information.

  • Continue to watch for announcements through radio, television, newspaper, and Council/Commission on Aging, and other community partners.

Healthcare

Additional Places to Sign up for the Vaccine

Here are some additional places to check for vaccine clinics

Vaccination Records

  • Michigan residents vaccinated outside of Michigan – How to make your vaccination count in Michigan

    • Work with your healthcare provider to ensure immunization data is added in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR).  It’s best to contact your provider before visiting their office.  You will have to take your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to your provider’s office. Click here for more information.

    • Call your local health department branch office to set up a time to bring your COVID-19 immunization record into of our offices to have it added to your existing immunization record in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR).     

 

  • Lost, unable to find or never received COVID-19 vaccination record card

    • Contact the provider (medical provider, local health department or pharmacy) where you were vaccinated and request either a new COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or a copy of your current immunization record from the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR).

    • Visit https://www.mcir.org/public/ to request an official immunization record, which will display proof that you have received a COVID-19 vaccine.

 

Please note:  The COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card and the official immunization record from MCIR are official vaccination records.

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