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City of Detroit to Provide Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines to Children Ages 5-11

 

The City of Detroit will begin providing the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to children ages 5-11 on Monday, November 8th, 2021, Mayor Mike Duggan announced today. Dosing for children ages 5-11 will be one-third that of adults (10 micrograms vs. 30 micrograms), delivered in a two-dose series three weeks apart.

"We now have a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine to protect children ages 5-11,” said Mayor Duggan. "We know these vaccines work, and now we can use them to protect children, educators and staff in our schools. We have set up vaccination sites specifically for this age group and will partner with schools across the city to provide all Detroiters with equitable access to these life-saving vaccines, especially children who are in school every day. These vaccines are free and offer the best protection we have against COVID-19."

The Detroit Health Department is offering COVID-19 vaccinations by appointment only to children ages 5-11 at the following locations:

 

  • The Detroit Health Department Immunization Clinic, 100 Mack Avenue where children get up to date on all vaccines at the same appointment.

Hours are Mon-Fri 4:00 pm - 8 pm 

  • Northwest Activities Center, 18100 Meyers Road

Hours are M-F, 9 am-7 pm Saturdays 9 am-1 pm

  • The Detroit Health Department is partnering with DPSCD, private and charter schools to provide future school-based vaccine events

 

Also Available:

First and second doses of Pfizer and Moderna

Single J and J shot 

Third shot for immunocompromised for those that previously had Pfizer or Moderna at least 28 days prior

Walk-Ins Welcome. Schedule Appointment: Call 313 230-0505 M-F 9AM-6PM

 

  • There is no cost for the vaccine.
  • Walk-Ins welcomed at all City sites.
  • Transportation and wheelchair-accessible accommodations are available if needed.
    • Anyone needing a ride to get a COVID-19 vaccine shot will be able to get a free trip from the ride-sharing companies Lyft and Uber
  • For adults 18+ Any form of ID is acceptable. Under 17 years of age will not need proof of identification.
  • Parent or guardian must accompany children ages 5-17 to their appointment and must sign a consent form.
  • Find locations by texting your address to (313) 217-3732
  • Vaccines offered at pop-up events, pharmacies, and other areas in Detroit. 

 

At home vaccine

 

Locations for ages 5-11 

 

Detroit Health Department- Immunization Clinic 

100 Mack Avenue

  • Monday-Friday 4PM- 8PM
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26

Northwest Activities Center

18100 Meyers

  • Monday - Friday 9AM - 7PM
  • Saturdays 9AM - 1PM
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26

 

 Locations for ages 12 and above

 

TCF Center 

  • Drive-Thru
  • 89 Steve Yzerman Drive
  • Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26
  • Closed Dec. 14 & 15 for routine maintenance 
  • Closed Dec. 24, 27, 31 & Jan. 3 for the holiday

 

Northwest Activities Center

  • 18100 Meyers
  • Monday - Friday 9AM - 7PM
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26

 

 Locations for ages 12 and above

Clark Park

  • 1130 Clark Ave. 
  • Monday-Friday, 2PM - 7PM
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26

 

Clemente Rec Center

  • 2631 Bagley
  • Monday-Friday, 9AM - 1PM
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26

 

Farwell Recreation Center

  • 2711 E. Outer Drive
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26

 

Samaritan Center

  • 5555 Conner
  • Closed Thanksgiving Nov. 25 & 26

Community Saturdays 9AM - 1PM (Appointment & Walk-In)

New Providence Baptist Church   

  • 18211 Plymouth Rd

Greater Emmanuel COGIC

  • 19190 Schaefer Hwy

Galilee Baptist Church

  • 5251 Outer Drive E

     

     

     

    Second Ebenezer Church 
    • 14601 Dequindre

    Fellowship Chapel

    • 7707 Outer Drive

    Grace Community 

    • 21001 Moross Rd

     

     

     

    Resources:

     

    Watch: Detroit Physicians Answer Questions at Telephone Town Hall
    1. If I am not sick and socially distancing, why should I get the vaccine?
    2. If I have already had Covid-19, do I still need to get the vaccine?
    3. Will transportation be provided for home-bound citizens?
    4. What are my rights as an employee when it comes to working in a safe and compliant environment?
    5. Do the City-run vaccination sites offer on-site staff for potential side-effects?