COVID-19/flu vaccination clinic at Walkerville School Monday.

February 25, 2022

COVID-19/flu vaccination clinic at Walkerville School Monday.

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WALKERVILLE — District Health Department #10 will host a COVID-19/flu vaccination clinic at Walkerville School, located at 145 Lathrop St., Monday Feb. 28 from 2-4 p.m. 

 The COVID-19 vaccine is free. 

The cost for the seasonal flu vaccine without insurance is $37. High dose and preservative-free flu shots are available for $46. Bring your insurance cards and your driver’s license to the clinic. 

Many health insurance plans now cover the cost of flu vaccines. If not, DHD#10 may be able to help through Vaccines for Children (VFC) or other programs. 

DHD#10 can bill the following: Medicare*, Medicare Health Plans*, Medicaid, Medicaid Health Plans, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Blue Care Network**, Priority Health, McLaren Commercial, ASR, United Health Care, and TRICARE with an insurance card present at the time of appointment. It is important to be aware of your insurance benefit rules.  

*Medicare can only be billed for Flu, Pneumococcal, or PCV13 shots. 

**Excludes Mercy Partnered Plans. 

To schedule a COVID-19 vaccine, booster dose and/or flu shot, visit or call 888-217-3904. If no appointments are available, consider going to a pharmacy or your primary health care provider. 

For those interested in hosting a COVID-19 vaccine or testing clinic at their location, complete this registration form:

For those needing a COVID-19 test, DHD#10 is hosting testing clinics at various locations throughout its jurisdiction. Find a testing site near you at You do not need to be a resident to get tested at any of these clinics. COVID-19 testing also takes place at most pharmacies, urgent cares, and your primary health care provider’s office. You can also find testing in neighboring counties on the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ (MDHHS) site:,9753,7-406-98178_104699_104714-554722–,00.html.  

DHD#10 does not supply COVID-19 at-home tests. However, test kits are available at most pharmacies. Be sure to call your pharmacy ahead of time, as demand is high. You can also get at-home tests through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the United States Postal Service (USPS) here:  

If you have a positive COVID-19 at-home test kit, report it here:  

“Employers are critical to our understanding of outbreaks,” states a DHD #10 press release. “If you are an employer and would like to report a positive test result from your organization, please do so at:

 KN95 masks are currently available in all 10 DHD#10 offices. Masks are given out three per person on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. To find your nearest DHD#10 office, visit

 For more information about COVID-19, visit  

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