Lapeer County Health Department (LCHD) is administering the Moderna Vaccine based on priority groups determined by MDHHS and subject to vaccine availability.
Currently vaccine supplies are far less than the demand for them. We have been overwhelmed with phone calls and do not have the capacity to respond to each one, nor do we have the capacity to maintain a waiting list of thousands of names. The low supplies are not unique to our county. As vaccine is available, we will accept additional registrations.
At this time we receive notification once a week of the amount of vaccine our county will be provided the following week. As we are able to accept additional names on the list, we will open the registration links, usually on Monday morning. When the slots are filled, the links will be disabled. If the links are disabled, it is because we already have enough individuals registered to use the current supply. You can check back the following Monday to see if there are slots available. Please do not call the office.
When vaccine appointments are available, there will be an Active Link for you to click on. (It will NOT be there if there are no additional slots available at the time). WHEN THE LINK IS AVAILABLE, clicking the link will take you to a form to complete. Incomplete forms may delay your appointment. All fields, including birthdate, phone, email, etc., are necessary.
You need only register one time. We WILL work through the entire list. Your appointment may be 2-4 weeks out. DO NOT REGISTER EVERY WEEK, as this is slowing the process. There are thousands trying to register. It may take you several weeks to submit a form. You may also check with your healthcare provider or (coming soon) pharmacy. Thank you for your patience and cooperation in this matter.
All APPOINTMENTS ARE FULL CHECK BACK - DO NOT CALL HEALTH DEPARTMENT THEY CANNOT TAKE INFORMATION
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Lapeer County Website Accessibility Standards
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
The Americans with Disabilities Act, together with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, provide inspiration, guidance and standards related to making Internet Web sites accessible.
In a large part, it means providing a site whereby purely visual elements can be represented as text, which then can be processed by screen-reader technology and read to the visually impaired.
It also means constructing navigation's system that are simply structured, anticipating how a disabled person may use and site, and anticipating the type of assistive technologies they may use -- moving down, across and through busy Web site pages.
Lapeer County strives to provide public online accessibility to the information made available on lapeercountyweb.org to the broadest number of persons as is reasonably possible. While much of the standards provided -- primarily from the globally-connected World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) -- remain wide open to various interpretations and solutions, compliance can mean the difference between opening the doors wider to governmental service delivery versus slamming the doors closed to some of your citizens. All reasonable efforts are made to ensure that lapeercountyweb.org supports the most commonly used web browser software.
This is what you'll find with Lapeer County’s website:
Provided in text-heavy formats;
Strict standards are in place related to design and layout;
Constructed so that all graphics are specifically labeled.
However, to ensure the highest security (2048-bit encryption strength) for credit or other personal information provided by users during an online transaction with lapeercountyweb.org, some older browsers may not be supported. As a general internet security recommendation, users are encouraged to keep their browser software updated to ensure that they have the latest browser security updates available.
Lapeer County is committed to continuing its development philosophy whereby accessibility is one of the highest priorities.
As of December 2018, the County's website has begun the process of designing to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) which reflects 2.1 and AA Level of the website standards.
Adobe Reader is required to view and print PDF documents that appear on this website.
To read PDF documents with a screen reader, please visit the Adobe Reader Accessibility website which provides useful tools and resources.
CONTACT: If you need to have further assistance or resolution to an accessibility matter, please feel free to contact the Lapeer County Administration Office at (810) 667-0366 during normal hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.