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A statewide survey conducted by the health department found mid-Michigan counties are the most resistant to getting the vaccine and Metro Detroit counties are the most uncertain. It also showed Pfizer is easily the most popular vaccine in Michigan.
Officials have administered more than 240,000 COVID-19 vaccines at Ford Field, the country's first and one of its largest mass vaccine centers.
The mass vaccine clinic in Detroit will be closing after eight weeks of serving eight weeks as the home base for more than 240,000 doses that have been administered.
The CDC just said fully vaccinated people don't have to wear a mask in most indoor settings. But Michigan's mask rules are some of the strictest in the country. What happens next?
The CDC says you no longer have to wear a mask in most locations if you're vaccinated - both indoors and outdoors. But Michigan has tied its reopening strategy to vaccine rates and lifting the state's mask requirement was only going to happen at 70% coverage.
The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for adolescents age 12-15, which means parents can now take their kids to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Here's what to expect after your teen gets the shot.
The mayor doesn't want people vaccinating their kids just to get an extra 50 dollars. Children recently became eligible for receiving the Pfizer shot after it was approved by the FDA.