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1800 Imlay City Road Lapeer MI 48446

COVID-19 INFORMATION

Lapeer County Health Department puts out a weekly COIVD-19 Update, currently on Friday, late afternoon. Information contained in this update includes Local (and some State) data, information on Vaccine, Testing, Treatment (currently Monoclonal Antibody Therapy), and other related topics. It also contains information on Lapeer County Health Dept. Clinic Information, as well as other locations providing vaccine and testing.

TO VIEW THE MOST CURRENT LAPEER COUNTY HEALTH DEPT. COVID-19 UPDATE, CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:

Lapeer County Coronavirus Letter Update 11-25-2022                                          

 

Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) Identified in Lapeer County. Click for 10/06/22 Press Release:

 

ISOLATION & QUARANTINE GUIDANCE FOR MICHIGANDERS in RECOVERY PHASE

 

How mRNA Vaccines Work

MDHHS (Michigan Dept. of Health & Human Services) COVID-19 Information

CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) COVID-19 Website

 

 

Regular Clinic Schedule

 
COVID-19 and FLU VACCINE CLINICS
  *  Ages 12 and older at the Wednesday Walk-in Clinic 11 am - 5 pm
-The lines tend to be long especially at the opening time.  It slows down by about 2 pm, so take this  into consideration when deciding when to come in.
  *    Ages 6 months to 11 years can get COVID, Flu and other childhood immunizations by appointment only.  Call 810-667-0448 to schedule an appointment.
  *  There will be NO clinic on Wednesday, 11/23/22.
It is fast becoming flu season and it is anticipated to be a heavy season.  Flu vaccine is recommended
for those 6 months and older. We will be providing flu vaccine in two groups:
    *  6 months - 11 years by appointment only.  Call 810-667-0448 to schedule
  *  12 years and older are Walk-in Wednesdays 11 am - 5 pm

 

 
 
 

Mission: Dedicated to Protecting and Promoting the Health of Lapeer County

Vision: To contribute to the creation of a healthy society in which the residents of Lapeer County are confident in the integrity of their food, water and general environmental conditions, free from chronic and communicable disease and maintain a proper respect for animals.