COVID-19 Vaccine

Hand wearing a medical glove holding a vial labled "COVID-19 vaccine," a syringe is out of focus in the background

The Islamic Center of East Lansing wants to make it easier for people to get their COVID-19 vaccine.

The center is holding a walk-in vaccination clinic during  Friday prayer.

Image of a medical professional administers a vaccine wearing blue globes.
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Starting Tuesday, May 4, Michigan State University is resuming its walk-through COVID-19 vaccination clinic for students, faculty, and staff.

No appointment is necessary and walk-ins will be taken from 9 a.m. to 3:30 pm.

vial of the Pzfier COVID-19 vaccine
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More than 2.5 million people in the state have gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

On April 5, all Michiganders 16 and older will be eligible to get their shot.

WKAR put the call out for what listeners wanted to know about the vaccine and the ongoing pandemic.

Detroit Opens Vaccine Eligibility To All Amid Spiking Cases

Mar 30, 2021
Box of COVID-19 vaccine bottles
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Detroit on Monday immediately expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all residents 16 and older, a week earlier than planned, as Michigan continued to confront spiking infection rates that rank third-highest in the country.

gloved hand holding vial of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
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WKAR is answering your questions about COVID-19 and the vaccines with Ingham County Health Officer, Linda Vail and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director, Elizabeth Hertel.