COVID-19 Vaccine

Let’s Get Back, Detroit. Let’s Get Vaccinated!

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

  • There is no cost for the vaccine.
  • Pfizer vaccines offered for those 12-17 years old
  • 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 12-17 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

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    Appointment and Walk-in Locations

    The Pfizer vaccine will be available at all City of Detroit locations for walk-ins.

    TCF Center

    • Drive-Thru
      • 89 Steve Yzerman Drive
    • Walk-In
      • 625 W. Congress
    • Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM

     

     

    Northwest Activities Center

    • 18100 Meyers
    • Monday - Friday 9AM - 7PM

    Straight Gate International Church

    • Drive-Thru
    • 10100 Grand River Ave.
    • Monday - Friday 9AM - 7PM

    Walk-In Locations

    Farwell Recreation Center

    • 2711 E. Outer Drive
    • Monday - Friday 9AM - 1PM

    Clemente

    • 2631 Bagley St.
    • Monday - Friday 9AM - 1PM

    Clark Park

    • 1130 Clark St.
    • Monday - Friday 2PM - 7PM

    Samaritan Center

    • 5555 Conner
    • Monday - Friday 2PM - 7PM

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

    Greater Grace Temple

    • 23500 W. Seven Mile Road

    New Providence Baptist Church

    • 18211 Plymouth Rd

    Greater Emmanuel COGIC

    • 19190 Schaefer Hwy

    Galilee Baptist Church

    • 5251 Outer Drive E

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Special Vaccine Events

     

    Resources

    Statistics and Information
    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?