When might we get the vaccines?

Both the Lenawee County Health Department and ProMedica Hickman will be distributing the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine will initially be available in limited quantities. 

As more vaccine becomes available, the Health Department will continue to vaccinate the community based on the prioritization guidance from Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The Health Department will notify the community through media releases, social media posts and updates to the Health Department website when the vaccine is available to the various priority groups.

You can register for the vaccine on our website and we will email you to schedule your appointment when vaccine is available for your priority group.

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1. When might we get the vaccines?
2. Will the vaccine be free? Will it be administered through Lenawee County? How will you notify when the vaccine is available? Will you let us know what company it will be from?
3. Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe?
4. Will the mRNA vaccine alter my DNA?
5. Can the vaccine give me a COVID-19 infection?
6. Will I have a positive COVID-19 test after getting the vaccine?
7. Do I still need to wear a mask after getting the COVID-19 vaccine?
8. Can the COVID-19 vaccine help me even if I've already been affected by COVID-19?
9. Will more than one dose of COVID-19 vaccine be required?
10. Can I get other vaccines at the same time as a COVID-19 vaccine?
11. Can women who are pregnant get the COVID-19 vaccine?
12. Does the vaccine have any side effects?
13. What is V-safe?
14. I received a link to schedule an appointment but there are no appointments available. Is my link broken?
15. I submitted the form but have received no email response. Did you get my form?
16. I received a confirmation, but I didn’t get an email to schedule my appointment. What should I do?
17. I am over 65 – when can I expect to be vaccinated?
18. I made a mistake when filling out my vaccine registration form. How can I correct this?