Vaccine Clinics Announced For Children Ages 5-11 In Oakland County

Vaccine Clinics Announced For Children Ages 5-11 In Oakland County
Posted on 11/04/2021

Vaccine Schedule

November 4, 2021

Dear Royal Oak Schools families:

With the recent approval of Emergency Use Authorization of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for youth aged 5-11, all school-aged youth (aged 5-18) can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine. In collaboration with Oakland County Health Division and Oakland Schools we would like to share the local vaccine clinic information with you.

Multiple school sites will host pediatric vaccine clinics across Oakland County starting November 8, 2021. Please click on this link to see the flyer with dates/times/locations/registration information for multiple pediatric clinics. To make an appointment go to or call 1-800-848-5533. Anyone under 18 must have a parent/guardian present.

The Health Division has additional community vaccine clinics available on their website, Visit Oakland County Health Division's 'Frequently Asked Questions' webpage to learn more about vaccine safety, eligibility, and what to expect at your appointment. Oakland County's Nurse on Call is also available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. to answer any health-related questions at 1-800-848-5544.

As we're made aware of more vaccination opportunities we will share them with you for your consideration.

Royal Oak Schools Communications


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