Starting today, January 11, 2011, more people will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Michigan.
The list includes those 65 and older, teachers, child care workers, those working at prisons or shelters as well as more front line responders.
Workers will be told by their employers when they can get the vaccine and where they can make their appointments.
Resident could be waiting awhile due to lower supplies and those who got their first shots, still need their second doses.
The vaccines are being delivered to hospitals, health departments and some pharmacies.
Michigan residents are being asked to use patience because of the limited amount of vaccines that are currently available.