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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

The COVID-19 vaccine is on campus and interested University of Michigan and Michigan Medicine staff, students and faculty on the Ann Arbor, Flint, and Dearborn campuses will eventually be able to receive the vaccination in accordance with Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Center for Disease Control and Prevention prioritization guidelines.

All eligible staff, students and faculty are asked to complete the Blue Queue survey and MyUofMHealth portal registration. Those who express interest in participating in the vaccination program will receive an invitation from the Blue Queue when it is time to schedule an appointment.

For more information and answers to frequently asked questions, please visit Michigan Medicine.

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Blue Queue

In order to inform Michigan Medicine vaccination distribution, students, staff and faculty are asked to submit a Blue Queue personal health and vaccine interest questionnaire. Even if you do not yet know if you want to receive the vaccine, please complete the questionnaire. You are able to resubmit the survey and update your responses as needed.

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MyUofMHealth Portal

In order to quickly and efficiently schedule COVID-19 vaccinations and inform vaccine orders and allocations, Michigan Medicine is utilizing the MyUofMHealth electronic health record system. After completing the Blue Queue survey, any students, staff, and faculty who do not already have a medical record number (MRN) will need to obtain one. This can be done by calling 735.936.4900 and pressing option 1. Following MRN retrieval you may proceed with completing your MyUofMHealth portal registration.

If you have questions or need assistance accessing your MyUofMHealth account, please contact 734.615.0872. This line is not able to schedule your vaccine appointment.

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For the most timely information on the National Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and State of Michigan vaccination prioritization, please visit their website.

Vaccination Updates

For the latest information on Michigan Medicine vaccination distribution, including vaccines received and administered, please visit their website.

Frequently Asked Questions

To find answers to your questions and others frequently asked, please visit the Michigan Medicine FAQ page.

COVID-19 Testing

Asymptomatic COVID-19 testing is still recommended even after you get vaccinated. The U-M community is encouraged to sign up for testing through the Community Sampling and Tracking Program.