Federal Retail Pharmacy Program
The federal government has partnered with 21 national pharmacy chains and independent pharmacy networks to help administer COVID-19 vaccine in communities across the United States as a part of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program for COVID-19 Vaccination.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) was informed yesterday that initial phased implementation of this program will begin as early as next week, with select retail pharmacies administering COVID-19 Vaccine as early as February 11, 2021.

CDC Federal Retail Pharmacy Program
Seniors will get vaccine shots from their hospital systems. Your system may notify you directly on how to schedule for your shot.

Hospital Systems in Wayne County

Seniors who do not belong to a hospital system can pre-schedule with Meijer or Rite Aid. Only online appointments accepted. No "walk ups". Register at or

Seniors residing in the following communities can register for appointments at pop-up vaccination clinics. No walk-up appointments. You must call to make an appointment.

Canton and Plymouth:
February 25-26 (9AM-3PM)
Location: Summit on the Park; 46000 Summit Pkwy; Canton, MI 48188
Registration phone number: 734-203-7657

Highland Park & Hamtramck:
February 23- 24 (9 AM-3PM)
Location: Say Detroit Clinic; 211 Glendale Ave; Highland Park, MI 48203
Registration phone numbers:
Hamtramck: Ruth Harlin 313-252-0050 ext 240
Highland Park: 313-688-5180 (last names A-L); 313-590-0470 (last names M-Z)

February 25 (9 AM-12 PM)
Location: Booker T. Dozier Center; 2025 Middlebelt Rd; Inkster, MI 48141
Registration phone number: 313-563-4236 Extension 2383

February 24- 25 (9 AM-12PM)
Location: Melvindale Community Center; 4300 S Dearborn St; Melvindale, MI 48122
Registration phone number: 313-914-2178

February 23 (9 AM-12 PM)
Location: Romulus Senior Center; 36525 Bibbins St; Romulus, MI 48174
Registration phone number: 734-955-4120

City of Wayne
February 26 (9 AM- 12 PM)
Location: Hype Athletic Center; 4635 Howe Rd; Wayne, MI 48184
Registration phone number: 734-722-2204 or email

Wayne County Public Health will continue to organize community-based vaccination events as we are able, contigent upon vaccine supply. For more information about how community-based vaccination events are organized, please review our FAQ.

Community Vaccine FAQ

Please be patient. It will take time to get shots to all. While you wait, stay safe.

  1. Please wear a face mask.
  2. Practice safe distance.
  3. Avoid large crowds.
Weekly COVID-19 Briefing

The Public Health Team works to provide COVID-19 information with a situation report that includes case count worldwide, nationally, statewide and locally. The report will also provide helpful information to help you through this situaiton. Please feel free to download, print and share.

COVID-19 Briefing

COVID-19 Public Information Line 734-287-7870 or 2-1-1
COVID-19 Business Compliance Line 734-727-7445 or

Holidays During COVID-19

COVID-19 has changed the way we celebrate. During the Holiday season Wayne County Public Health Divsion encourages residents to be mindful and continue to take precautionary measures to stay safe and slow the spread of COVID-19.

To support you and your family in this charge, the team has provided recommendations, resources and links to other information to help you celebrate safely.

Wayne County Public Health Orders

Working Together to Fight COVID-19

MI Safe Start Plan

Plan to restart and re-engage Michigan's economy

Guidance for Amateur and Adult Sports

Guidance for Contact Sports

Michigan Stay Home, State Safe Order (RESCINDED)

The Governor announced guidelines for all Michigan residents.

If you have questions about coronavirus, please call 2-1-1 or (734) 287-7870 for more information.