With Limited Supply, Here’s How Oakland County is Administering Vaccines

With Limited Supply, Here’s How Oakland County is Administering Vaccines

(Oakland County, Jan. 10, 2021)

Pontiac, MI – Oakland County Executive David Coulter issued the following statement on the availability of COVID-19 vaccine in Oakland County:

“Oakland County is in the early stages of administering the COVID-19 vaccine but supply is limited. Our Health Department is currently vaccinating priority 1A individuals including emergency medical personnel, healthcare workers, and residents of long-term care facilities.

“We look forward to expanding to the next phase which will include essential workers and residents 65 and older but ask for their patience because the number of appointments available is limited to the number of doses we have received from the state.

“We urge the State of Michigan to increase Oakland County’s vaccine allotment while expanding the number of providers administering the vaccine. Meanwhile, our Nurse on Call line is flooded with questions about appointment availability. Please visit our vaccine webpage for the latest on our vaccine supply and scheduling appointments.”

To go to Oakland County’s vaccine webpage, type OakGov.com/COVID and click on the “Vaccine” button.

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