The Kerala club is actively collecting vaccination information which will be helpful to the community to register for the covid vaccine. Below are the latest information on vaccine registration  across Metro-Detroit area. 

If you have any questions regarding the vaccines please watch the townhall Kerala Club hosted in January with various doctors from our community.  Click here to watch the townhall presentation.

If any of you get any information which you want to share to the community please share to us at

Macomb County  

To make an appointment through the County

 Option 1:

 Option 2: 

Call 586-463-8777 

To make an appointment through the Pharmacies


To Register through a pharmacy for future vaccine appointment


SMART transportation will be available to the Sterling Heights site. Interested seniors should call the SMART Macomb Vaccine Hotline at 586-421-6579 or email to register. The email needs to include the name, address, phone number and date of birth of the senior to be vaccinated.


If you are 65 or older and you get care from a hospital or health system, you can register through that hospital for a vaccine. In addition, some Meijer pharmacies are offering vaccinations to seniors.  To register for a vaccine through a Meijer pharmacy, go to or text the word “COVID” to 75049 or call your local Meijer pharmacy.

Senior Saturdays – COVID-19 Vaccines-DETROIT.

COVID-19 Vaccines are available BY APPOINTMENT ONLY for Detroiters 65+ at more locations in the Detroit community.
Call (313) 230-0505 Monday–Friday, 9 am – 6 pm to schedule.Appointments are available at the following locations on: Saturday, February 13th, 20th, 27th and March 6th.

  • Fellowship Chapel – 7707 West Outer Drive, Detroit, MI 48235
  • Second Ebenezer – Church 14601 Dequindre St, Detroit, MI 48212

Oakland County


To register for vaccine through the County 

To call if any questions or if you  cannot register online


To make an appointment through the Pharmacies


To Register through a pharmacy for future vaccine appointment 

How can I get a COVID-19 vaccine in Washtenaw County?

The Washtenaw County Health Department is vaccinating health care providers and people ages 65 and older not covered by a local hospital system, long-term care facility workers and residents, first responders, child care workers, those who work in pre-K -12 schools, law enforcement officers, dentists and their staff, workers in homeless shelters, adult and child protective services employees. 

Anyone who meets those eligibility requirements and does not have a primary health care provider with Michigan Medicine, the St. Joseph Mercy Health System, the VA or IHA, or who is eligible because of your employment, can request an appointment from Washtenaw County here. Or call 734-544-6700.

Starting Feb. 16, the St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor hospital will move its COVID-19 vaccination clinic to EMU Convocation Center at 799 N Hewitt Rd. on the Eastern Michigan University campus in Ypsilanti.

“Running this community vaccination clinic is a huge undertaking,” said Dr. Juan Luis Marquez, medical director, Washtenaw County Health Department, in a news release. “We are grateful to partner with St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor to both continue and expand our community vaccination efforts. As supplies increase and vaccine becomes more available to a larger number of people, we are well-equipped to get our community vaccinated as efficiently as possible.”

► More: Washtenaw County COVID-19 vaccine information 

             Wayne County

 More information on the County vaccination program 

 Additional Phone numbers: 

Wayne County: 734-727-7100

Farmington Drugs: 248-478-3922

St. Mary’s 833-247-1258


To make an appointment through the Pharmacies



To Register through a pharmacy for future vaccine appointment 

The new clinics at Grace Community Church, 21001 Moross Rd., and Kemeny Recreation Center, 2260 S. Fort St., will be held Feb. 27, March 6, March 13 and March 20. There are two more clinics scheduled at Fellowship Chapel and Second Ebenezer Church Feb. 27 and March 6.

Eligible Detroiters can call 313-230-0505 to schedule their appointment.

How can I get a COVID-19 vaccine in the city of Detroit?

Mayor Mike Duggan announced Tuesday the city of Detroit is expanding vaccine eligibility because of a “near tripling” of vaccine doses that came this week.

The shots are given by appointment only by calling 313-230-0505, and are administered in the TCF Center garage. Among those eligible for appointments:

  • Detroiters ages 65 and older
  • Health care workers who are not employed by hospitals and who live or work in the city. That includes people who work at independent doctor and dentist offices, chiropractors, occupational and physical therapists and those at veterinary centers.
  • Clergy
  • Funeral home workers
  • U.S. Postal Service workers who live or work in the city
  • Food service workers, security guards and janitors

Meijer Registration

Vaccine Registration with Meijer

CVS Registration

Vaccine Registration with CVS

RITE AID Registration

Vaccine Registration with RITE AID

Standby Registration

The standby list for leftover COVID vaccines

Find Covid-19 Vaccine appointments

Vaccine spotter

How to find a vaccine Site

Find a Vaccine site in Michigan

Ford Field Vaccine Appointment

Find a Vaccine site in Ford Field

Links to COVID-19 vaccine info by health systems in Michigan:

Wayne County vaccination clinics