Appointments for COVID Vaccinations Now Open
Baldwin MI, March 11- Family Health Care (FHC) is now able to offer COVID-19 vaccinations to community members and clinic patients age 50 and up, including caregiver family members and guardians age 16 and older of children who have special health care needs (part of Phase 1C Groups B and C). This includes individuals in Phase 1B Group B who live in congregate settings (i.e., homeless shelters, jails, prisons). Vaccinations will continue as supplies are available.
Health centers like FHC play an essential part in the national strategy to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine, especially in rural areas.
Getting vaccinated not only helps to protect yourself but your family, friends, and neighbors, too.
The COVID-19 vaccines have been shown to be safe and effective. Data from clinical trials demonstrate that the known and potential benefits of this vaccine outweigh the known and potential harms of becoming infected with COVID-19.
People who have gotten sick from the COVID-19 virus may still benefit from getting vaccinated because they can become infected with the virus more than once.
The vaccination is free, and appointments are required.
You can make an appointment by calling one of Family Health Care’s following locations: