Grand speeds, Michigan. (TREE) – A retailer known for its $ 10 to $ 10 grocery deals helps Michigan growers get vaccinated against COVID-19
Meijer and its 120 pharmacies in the state will be involved in the marketing process from January 18 in Wayne County.
The message came through Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s press conference on Wednesday afternoon, one day after the federal operation Warp Speed gave the green light for pharmacies to be involved in public vaccination.
Although no appointments have yet been made in Western Michigan, those interested in receiving their dose can register by sending a “COVID” message to 75049 or visit the online registration page.
Keep in mind that high interest can mean that the website is slow or sees problems. If you can̵
Once you reach registration, you will need to answer three questions that allow Meijer pharmacies to correctly determine which phase of the vaccine the patient is in.
The company says that because vaccines against COVID-19 are available, customers will contact a date for their shot. They will also be able to reject the proposed date while remaining in the registration group for a future date, or to drop the process if they are considering or have already received the vaccine.
It is not yet clear when doses will be available in Western Michigan, but the company encourages people to pre-register to reserve a seat.