Third COVID-19 Shots Now Available at all Detroit Vaccination Sites

Third COVID-19 Shots Now Available at all Detroit Vaccination Sites

  • Immunocompromised Detroiters can get third vaccine shots at sites throughout city
  • Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are available for third shots
  • Booster shots expected to be available for all fully vaccinated Detroiters beginning Sept. 20

The City of Detroit is expanding its efforts to provide more locations for immunocompromised Detroiters to get their third vaccine dose. Last week, TCF began offering the third shot and has given it to almost 2,000 Detroiters. Beginning today, all vaccination sites in Detroit will be offering the third shot to immunocompromised individuals by either appointment or walk-ins.

Including the following sites:

  • TCF Center- Monday-Friday 9am-5pm (Closed Sept 1-6)

            89 Steve Yzerman

  • Northwest Activities CenterMonday-Friday 9am-7pm

           18100 Meyers

  • Clark Park- Monday-Friday 2pm-7pm

           1130 Clark Ave.

  • Clemente Rec CenterMonday-Friday 9am-1pm

           2631 Bagley

  • Farwell Recreation Center- Monday-Friday 9am-1pm

           2711 E. Outer Drive

  • Samaritan Center- Monday-Friday 2pm-7pm

           5555 Conner

Community Saturdays- 9am- 1pm

  • New Providence

           18211 Plymouth Road

  • Greater Emmanuel COGIC

           19190 Schaefer Hwy

  • Galilee Baptist Church

           5251 Outer Drive

Sunday- 9am-1pm

  • Triumph Church East Campus

           2760 Blvd.

 

“We are thrilled that so many of our residents who have a compromised immune system are getting their third shot. As we have from the beginning of the pandemic, we want to make sure every Detroiter has access to this life-saving vaccine,” said Chief Public Health Officer, Denise Fair. “As we continue to watch the data and see the spread of the Delta variant, we want to make sure we are doing everything we can to keep the residents of our city safe.”

Any Detroiter who is immunocompromised and received their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 28 days prior is eligible for the third shot.

The City will also begin providing booster shots for all fully vaccinated Detroiters on September 20 six months following completion of their second dose of either Pfizer or Moderna.

All eligible Detroiters can make an appointment to get vaccinated in their own home, including the third dose.  To make an appointment for any of our vaccination sites, call 313-230-0505 or log onto Detroitmi.gov/Health to schedule an appointment online. Walk-ins are also available.