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Posted on: April 21, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccinations


Muskegon County residents interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine are encouraged to register with a Mask Up Muskegon partner vaccination clinic, as well as other retail pharmacies that are offering vaccines. Links to register with both Mercy Health and Meijer are below. You can find sign-up information for additional vaccine distributors by clicking here.

To register at Mercy Health: Click here to be taken to the Mercy Health website for instructions on how to sign up to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. You do not need to be a Mercy Health patient in order to register for a vaccine at Mercy Health. Individuals will be asked to either visit their current MyChart account or create one and register for vaccination through that account. 

To register at Meijer: Text the word COVID to 75049 to start the registration process, or click here.


Community members are encouraged to assist eligible friends and family members who may not have Internet access or otherwise face obstacles when it comes to registering.


Please be aware it may take some time to be contacted to schedule an appointment as the demand for vaccination is extremely high and vaccine supplies are limited and unpredictable.  


Public Health - Muskegon County will continue vaccinating individuals by eligible employers, as well as holding community vaccination clinics and conducting outreach to communities and individuals that are part of the Social Vulnerability Index.

Keep checking or register below for email communications on upcoming community clinics.


Are you an employer looking to get your staff vaccinated?

Public Health - Muskegon County and its partners are working to coordinate with local companies wishing to have their essential worker staff vaccinated. If you are an employer that would like to participate, please fill out the Essential Employer Vaccination Request form. Be aware, it may take some time for a clinic to be scheduled due to unpredictable vaccine supply and high demand. Self-employed workers are also encouraged to fill out this form.

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