Grand Fast, Michigan (tree) – Meijer has officially joined the vaccine distribution in Michigan. Several of their pharmacies have started vaccinating people in the Detroit subway.
Although there are no photos in Western Michigan yet, Meijer plans to expand its vaccine clinics across the state as soon as possible.
The grocery store chain will not notify communities in advance when vaccines arrive until they are available. Executives say the best way to find out when this happens is to pre-register for the vaccine on the company’s website.
On their website, you will be asked to respond to a short survey to help them identify whether you are a front-line worker, a key worker or consider yourself at high risk. You then send your name and postal code and choose the nearest place to Meijer.
If you already take prescriptions at the Meijer pharmacy, everything is ready.
If not, you can create an account in the system and associate it with your M-Perks number. You will then be notified of the appointment when the vaccines are available at your chosen location in Meijer, but you will need to act quickly.
You will be asked to respond within 24 hours of the notification. You can answer it in one of three ways: “I accept”
At this point, anyone can pre-register for the vaccine, but Meijer told the WDIV in Detroit that he is focusing on vaccinating people aged 65 and over.