Governor Whitmer receives COVID-19 vaccine booster shot

Governor Gretchen Whitmer
Posted at 5:08 PM, Nov 05, 2021
and last updated 2021-11-05 17:08:57-04

LANSING, Mich. — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer received her booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccine Friday.

“The three safe, effective vaccines continue to be our best shot at beating COVID-19,” says Governor Whitmer. “I am getting my booster today per my doctor’s recommendation to protect myself, my loved ones, and every person I come into contact with. I encourage every Michigander to talk to their doctor and see if a booster shot is right for them.”

The governor’s office says the following groups of people are eligible to receive booster shots:

For Pfizer or Moderna recipients (at least six months after fully immunized):

Johnson & Johnson recipients (at least two months after fully immunized):

  • 18+ years of age.

Residents are asked to bring their COVID-19 vaccine cards when receiving booster shots.

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