The vaccine will be available for residents in the 1B category as defined by the Macomb County Health Department. Eligible residents include those age 65 years and older — seniors are required to provide their Medicare Part B card or insurance card and a driver’s license; frontline essential workers who live or work in Macomb County, including police officers, first responders, frontline state and federal workers, jail and prison staff; pre-K-12 school personnel and government employees living or working in Macomb County and childcare providers.

The vaccine will be available for residents in the 1B category as defined by the Macomb County Health Department. Eligible residents include those age 65 years and older — seniors are required to provide their Medicare Part B card or insurance card and a driver’s license; frontline essential workers who live or work in Macomb County, including police officers, first responders, frontline state and federal workers, jail and prison staff; pre-K-12 school personnel and government employees living or working in Macomb County and childcare providers.

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St. Clair Shores to host COVID-19 vaccine clinics

Eligible county residents can sign up for this weekend

By: Kristyne E. Demske | St. Clair Shores Sentinel | Published February 24, 2021

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“We are very grateful to McLaren Health Care and Walgreens for bringing the COVID vaccine directly to our citizens. Hopefully, this vaccine, coupled with the precautions of masking up and staying six feet away from others will help bring an end to this pa

Kip Walby , St. Clair Shores mayor

The city of St. Clair Shores, in partnership with McLaren Health Care and Walgreens, will host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 26-28 at the St. Clair Shores Senior Center, 20000 Stephens St. 

The vaccine will be available for residents in the 1B category as defined by the Macomb County Health Department. Eligible residents include those age 65 years and older — seniors are required to provide their Medicare Part B card or insurance card and a driver’s license; frontline essential workers who live or work in Macomb County, including police officers, first responders, frontline state and federal workers, jail and prison staff; pre-K-12 school personnel and government employees living or working in Macomb County and childcare providers. 

To sign up for a spot, visit the COVID information page on the city’s website, www.scsmi.net/908/Coronavirus-COVID19-Information. Click on the COVID page under “quick links.” Residents must sign up for a first and second dose at the same time, three weeks apart. 

“We are very grateful to McLaren Health Care and Walgreens for bringing the COVID vaccine directly to our citizens,” Mayor Kip Walby said in a press release. “Hopefully, this vaccine, coupled with the precautions of masking up and staying six feet away from others will help bring an end to this pandemic, and life can return to normal.”

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