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City of Detroit announces $2.7 million in Neighborhood Opportunity Fund grants for 36 community organizations

 

City announces “Neighborhood Vaccine Week” taking vaccines to eight new sites across Detroit the week of April 12

  • City to significantly expand appointments at TCF with indoor walk-up option; April 10 to be City employee family vaccination day at TCF
  • TCF will start offering indoor walk-up option to expand daily vaccination capacity from 5,000 doses per day to 8,000 star
  • For those who cannot get to TCF or Northwest Activity Center, Detroiters ages 16+ can be vaccinated near your neighborhood
  • Each site will offer Johnson and Johnson 1 shot vaccine
  • Each City Council District to host at least 1 vaccination site Monday – Friday
  • Even

Detroit Chief Public Health Officer issues order, declares local state of emergency through May 31, 2021, as COVID cases and B.1.1.7. variant rise sharply in Detroit and statewide

  • 395 “Legacy Detroiters” to have 1st priority in the review process, receive 50% of new licenses and 99% discount on application fees
  • Applications available at detroitmeansbusiness.org/homegrown

DETROIT – Beginning April 1, anyone interested in obtaining one or more of

  • 16-year-olds can call 313-230-0505 today to schedule an appointment
  • City to begin offering Johnson & Johnson doses at Northwest Activities Center on Saturday

Any Detroit resident age 16 or older can now call to schedule an appointm

City expands eligibility to anyone living or working in Detroit whose job requires them to report to their work site; anyone 16+ with disabilities or underlying medical conditions now eligible

Join Mayor Mike Duggan Tuesday, March 23 at 7PM.

This meeting is part of a series of community meetings as mandated by City Charter. 

Join the Meeting

Attendee Link: 

https://detroitmi.gov/MayorsDistrictMeeting