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Coronavirus Resources

Federal Resources:

The CDC has information concerning how to protect yourself and others during the COVID pandemic. They also include symptoms to watch out for, and guidelines for after you receive your vaccine. Visit www.coronavirus.gov for more information.

Small Business Administration: – The Paycheck Protection Program is open until May 31st. If your small business is struggling due to the lockdowns, reach out to an approved lender to get a forgivable loan.

Veterans Administration:Veterans looking to get a vaccine should visit the VA.

State Resources:

The State of Michigan has a helpline dedicated to all coronavirus-related questions. The hotline is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 7 days a week. Call 1-888-535-6136.

Michigan has set up a website that contains all the resources, updates and other important information you may need during the pandemic. Visit www.michigan.gov/coronavirus for more information.

MI 211 is a resource for Michiganders facing financial, food security or other challenges. They will connect you with needed help. Visit www.mi211.org or call 211.

Vaccines:

The State of Michigan has given vaccines to local health departments for distribution to citizens. In Michigan, you are also able to register through Kroger, Rite Aid or Meijer. Follow the appropriate link below to schedule your vaccination.

Michigan is currently vaccinating all those above age 50, those 16+ with pre-existing conditions, frontline essential workers, child care and pre-K through high school staff and congregate care facilities.

Macomb County Health Department

St. Clair County Health Department

Sanilac County Health Department

Lapeer County Health Department

Tuscola County Health Department

Huron County Health Department

Ford Field FEMA Site

Meijer

Rite Aid

Kroger