(WXYZ) — The Macomb County Health Department is now taking appointments for those eligible to get a COVID-19 booster shot.
The CDC said that anyone 65 years and older, those who live in long-term care facilities, those who are 18-64 with underlying medical conditions and those who work in high-risk environments are eligible to get one.
You can get your booster shot at least six months after completing the Pfizer two-dose vaccine series.
Vaccine appointments are available at the health department's regularly scheduled vaccine clinic hours at the Verkuilen Building in Clinton Township and the Southwest Center in in Warren/Majestic Plaza
To make an appointment for a third dose, visit https://www.macombgov.org/healthappointment
We’re committed to making sure that anyone who is eligible, and wants to receive a booster dose, is able to do so,” said Andrew Cox, Director/Health Officer of the Macomb County Health Department. “Our staff of health care professionals are more than ready to continue to deliver exceptional service to the residents of Macomb County.”
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