(Monday - January 11, 2021) - The Dickinson-Iron
District Health Department (DIDHD) will begin accepting appointments for
COVID vaccinations for those Individuals that fall within Phase 1B
Priority One and Two groups.
Phase 1B Priority One group consists
of those residents 65 years of age or above.
Phase 1B priority Two
group consist of first responders, educators, corrections staff and
child protective service workers. (Those businesses/agencies who fall
within this group, and have already filled out a survey monkey will be
contacted by DIDHD to schedule.)
Starting Tuesday, January 12th,
individuals in Dickinson County may call 906-774-1868
to schedule; Iron County may call 906-265-9913 to
schedule an appointment during regular office hours Monday - Friday 8:00
am - 4 pm CDT. Appointments are necessary; no walk-in appointments will
be accepted. For individuals with access to the internet, consent forms
and other information regarding COVID-19 is available at
Please print and fill out a consent form prior to arriving at your
appointment; this will help keep the clinic flow moving. For those who
are unable, there will be consents available at time of check in.
Mass clinics will be scheduled at the following off-site
locations to allow for better social distancing:
- DICKINSON COUNTY - DICKINSON COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS, NORWAY.
(Yellow Admin Building; entrance located across from Oak Crest Golf
- IRON COUNTY - FOREST PARK SCHOOL- EAST ENTRANCE
(entrance near the parking lot by bus garage)
- These appointments are intended
for individual who reside in Michigan in Dickinson and Iron Counties.
- Individuals will be required to provide a valid ID.
vaccinations will be provided at no cost to individuals
and Appointments is based on vaccine availability. We will not schedule
appointments if we do not have vaccine in stock. DIDHD does not have
control over the availability of vaccine.
For more information on
the COVID vaccination, please visit
DIDHD appreciate your patience while moving through the vaccination
process. Stay tuned for additional scheduling options in the future.
(News release from the Dickinson-Iron District Health Department)