Berrien County lowering age range for COVID-19 vaccination appointments

NOW: Berrien County lowering age range for COVID-19 vaccination appointments

BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. – The Berrien County Health Department is working to make COVID-19 vaccination appointments available for anyone 50 and older with medical conditions, disabilities or is a caregiver currently.

They have a clinic set for tomorrow at Lake Michigan College is Benton Harbor, but the department is still focused on getting older groups of people their doses first.

Communications Manager, Gillian Conrad, at the Berrien County Health Department says, “The Berrien County Health Department will continue to prioritize adults over 65, if they have not already received their vaccine. We’re reserving special appointment slots at upcoming clinics.”

All Michigan residents age 50 and over, without pre-existing conditions, are set to qualify for COVID-19 vaccines on March 22.

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