Vaccine Information

All individuals ages 16 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination in the state of Michigan. Vaccination is free and insurance is NOT required. If you have insurance, please bring your card to your appointment.

Don't Miss Your Shot

All Michigan residents age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, meaning U-M Students, staff and faculty can now get vaccinated even before the semester ends! Vaccination appointments are free and the following opportunities are currently available specifically for U-M Students. Additional information on vaccination resources for staff and faculty is also provided below.

Vaccination supply continues to change weekly, making it hard to know what opportunities will be available in the future. Get your shot now by scheduling an appointment. If you cannot attend a previously scheduled appointment, please cancel the appointment to allow someone else to get vaccinated.

Don't miss your shot, each one counts!

Vaccination Opportunities

MAY 4-9 at Michigan Stadium from 10am-4pm

Address: 1201 S MAIN ST, ANN ARBOR, MI 48104

Vaccination type: This will be a Pfizer vaccination. This requires you receive a second dose in 21 days.

Walk-in clinic: No registration necessary.

Individuals must be over the age of 16 and present a Michigan Medicine medical record number at the door.

  • If you don’t have a Michigan Medicine medical record number, you can call 734-936-4990 to set one up.
  • If you’re coming for a second dose, but you didn’t get your first dose with us, call ahead to 734-763-6336 (select Option 1, then Option 2). You can call 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • If you’re 16 or 17, have a parent or guardian with you at the stadium, or available by phone, to provide consent.
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Know Before You Go

Before you schedule your vaccination, you:

  • Must complete your ResponsiBlue daily screening and present a green checkmark
  • Should not have an active infection with COVID-19 in the past 10 days
  • Must not be in quarantine at the time of vaccination
  • Must not have received any other vaccines for 14 days prior to receiving a COVID-19 vaccination
  • Must not have not received monoclonal antibody therapy in the previous 90 days
  • Must be available to receive both doses of vaccination (Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna only. J&J vaccines are one-dose.)

Every Shot Counts!

The University of Michigan highly encourages all eligible individuals to consider receiving a COVID-19 vaccination. Michigan Medicine is continuing to work to administer vaccinations in coordination with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) guidelines. To ease the ability for all Michigan residents, and U-M students, staff, and faculty, to receive a COVID-19 vaccine within a 20-minute drive, the state is currently allocating more vaccines to health departments and retail pharmacies.

Learn how you can find a vaccination location near you to schedule an appointment here.

Mass vaccination sites are now available in both Washtenaw County and downtown Detroit. Signup information can be found on the Michigan Medicine Finding Vaccines webpage.

Download our Vaccination Fact Sheet.

Zoom Backgrounds

Help spread the word about getting vaccinated. Download and use some of these colorful Zoom backgrounds encouraging others to "Don't Miss Your Shot."

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Tips For Planning Your Vaccination

  • The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines require two doses that must be received from the same location. If you plan to leave Ann Arbor at the end of the Winter Term, you should schedule your appointments near your new location.
  • All three vaccines are highly effective in protecting against serious COVID-19 infection, and given supply constraints, it is recommended that you get whichever vaccine is available to you.
  • Some people may experience minor side effects such as fatigue, fever, headache and chills -- especially after the second dose of the vaccine. Try to avoid scheduling vaccination appointments right before an important event -- exams, commencement, moving or a job interview, etc.
  • There is no out-of-pocket expense to be vaccinated, though individuals with insurance will need to provide insurance information for administration billing purposes. If you do not have health insurance, you are still eligible to receive a free COVID-19 vaccination.
  • Find COVID-19 vaccination opportunities closest to you. This includes available resources outside of Michigan Medicine.
  • Learn how you can find a vaccination location near you to schedule an appointment here.
  • Mass vaccination sites are now available in both Washtenaw County and downtown Detroit. Signup information can be found on the Michigan Medicine Finding Vaccines webpage.

Download our Vaccination Fact Sheet.

"Although masks and social distancing can help us keep cases down for now, ultimately vaccination is what will help us get back to something that feels more like normal. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 not only protects you but also protects everyone else."
Chief Health Officer Preeti Malani
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FAQs

For more information related to COVID-19, COVID-PTO, and the workplace, please visit the U-M Human Resources FAQs.