Save Your Spot

Oakland County, “Save  your Spot” in line for the COVID-19 vaccine. This will allow us to organize our distribution of the vaccine. When vaccine doses are available, we will send appointment invitations directly to individuals on our “Save Your Spot” list.

Oakland County Health Division
COVID-19 Vaccination Information Dashboard

WeekDoses ReceivedDoses Administered
Apr 18, 202126,13027,459
Apr 11, 202126,13026,580
Apr 4, 202131,29039,172
Mar 28, 202127,57023,552
Mar 21, 202122,76031,421
Mar 14, 202117,71026,876
Mar 7, 202131,68016,747
Feb 28, 202121,32022,586
Feb 21, 202118,62513,568
Feb 14, 20217,2509,004
Feb 7, 202111,30012,895
Jan 31, 20216,8255,673
Jan 24, 20218,1756,433
Jan 17, 20211,9503,672
Jan 10, 20211,9502,438
Jan 3, 20211,950379
Dec 27, 20200486
Dec 20, 20201,950343
Vaccine doses are typically received on Tuesdays, reporting weeks are Sunday through Saturday, as a result, some of the doses received in a given week are assigned for vaccine appointments made for the following week. Data updated weekly by Monday at 5 PM for the previous week.

Update on Progress Vaccinating Oakland County Residents

Data Updated: April 20, 2021

Total Eligible Residents1,029,737
Number of residents who have received first dose535,653
Number of residents who have completed vaccination347,710
Vaccine coverage52.0%
Total eligible senior residents 65 and older217,676
Number of senior residents who have received first dose164,746
Number of senior residents who have completed vaccination144,168
Vaccine coverage for senior residents75.7%
Source: State of Michigan COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard