CALHOUN COUNTY, Mich. — The Calhoun County Public Health Department is introducing a new online registration system to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
This registration portal will act as a waitlist for COVID-19 vaccine appointments moving forward, according to a news release Wednesday.
Once pre-registered in the system, a follow-up email and/or text will be sent when new vaccine clinics are available to sign up for.
Officials say the online scheduler will allow for a “much more streamlined process” for scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
CCPHD will continue following the state’s vaccine eligibility guidelines.
Frontline essential workers in Phase 1B whose employers previously submitted a form will continue being scheduled at upcoming clinics.
Vaccine eligibility will expand March 22 to include all Michiganders 50 and older, as well as individuals 16-49 with underlying conditions.
Eligibility expands again on April 5 to all individuals 16 and older.
Calhoun County residents can register using the online scheduler here.
People with limited internet access can call the Calhoun County COVID-19 call center at 269-969-6990 for help scheduling an appointment.