Mayor's Office

City of Flint helps to slow the spread of COVID-19 with successful vaccine clinics

FLINT, Michigan — The City of Flint has taken measures to ensure the health and safety of Flint residents by offering vaccination clinics for City of Flint employees and residents in partnership with the Genesee Community Health Center and Genesee County Health Department.

“I’m pleased with the successful week we’ve had at our vaccination clinics. My priority remains the health and safety of all residents. Keep wearing a mask, washing your hands, using hand sanitizer, and staying socially distant,” Mayor Neeley said. “Let’s stay healthy together.”

The City of Flint vaccination clinics were organized by the City of Flint Public Health office with over 70 vaccine doses administered. Residents have an opportunity to receive Johnson & Johnson, Moderna, or Pfizer vaccination for ages 12 and up. Boosters for ages 18 and up.

Mayor Neeley and Chief Green will receive their booster shot at today’s vaccination clinic to continue their commitment of keeping Flint healthy and safe.

Next vaccination clinic:
Today, Friday, December 17
2 – 7 p.m.
North End Mini Station
4535 Martin Luther King Ave.
Flint, MI 48505

Additional City of Flint vaccination clinics will be planned for early January 2022.

•  Genesee County has administered 379,922 vaccine doses with 49.3% of residents fully vaccinated.
•  Genesee Community Health Center currently offers vaccinations for age 12 and up. The recommendation is for age 5 and up to contact the Genesee County Health Department for the Pfizer vaccine or the family pediatrician.
•  Visit the Genesee County Health Department for upcoming pop-up clinics and vaccine information at
•  Any resident can call the Genesee County Health Department for testing or vaccination information at 810-344-4800.
• The latest Coronavirus information is available at and

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