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If you are an essential business or organization, in any of our four counties, and the health department hasn't contacted you to find out how many of your employees are interested in the vaccine, you may sign your organization up with the button below. Stay tuned for vaccine availability for your group.

Vaccine Surveys For Essential Workers
Vaccine Sign-Up for 65+ and Some Critical Infrastructure

Vaccine is currently available in our four counties for residents who are the age of 65+ and for the following critical infrastructure workers: first responders, jail and prison staff, pre-k - 12 school staff, daycare staff and child protective services. Read below carefully for instructions on how to make an appointment or get on a list depending on the county that you will be vaccinated in. Please use the online option for counties where it is available, as both hospitals and health departments are experiencing high call volumes.

Please be aware that there will be many starts and stops during this process because of vaccine supply. If you are on a list for notification or if you scheduled your appointment please do not call the health department or hospital additional times.

Alger County - Call (906) 387-4111 to schedule an appointment

Schoolcraft County - Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital is able to take first appointments for residents 65 and older at  https://bit.ly/COVID19-VACCINE You may also call                                 906-341-3775.

Luce County - Helen Newberry Joy Hospital will be holding appointment-only vaccination events                               for individuals over the age of 65 ONLY. If you would like to be put on a list to                                         schedule a vaccine appointment at one of these events, you can do so online by                                   visiting http://bit.ly/hnjhvaccine or leave a message on our COVID-19 Vaccination                                 voicemail box by calling (906) 293-9289. A member of our  team will contact you to                             schedule your vaccination appointment.

Mackinac County - Use the buttons below to express your interest and be on a list. Stay tuned for                                     appointment scheduling.

Please be patient. Appointments will depend on vaccine availability. Remember to wear your masks and social distance before (and after) you are vaccinated.

If you are an essential employee, in any of our four counties, and you have not been asked by your employer if you are interested in being vaccinated, you can sign up using the button below. Stay tuned for vaccine availability for your group

LMAS Weekly Numbers

LMAS will update numbers weekly on Thursdays by 3:00 PM.

New Patient

Radon Action Month
Free Courses and Resources For Food Service

ServSafe Food Handler and ServSafe Takeout and Delivery are now free! Please note that this does not include the ServSafe manager food safety course.

Pick up your free radon test kit from your local LMAS office today!

Radon is a cancer-causing,radioactive gas. You can’t see radon. And you can’t smell it or taste it, but it may be a problem in your home.

 

Radon is estimated to cause many thousands of deaths each year. That’s because when you breathe air containing radon, you can get lung cancer. In fact, the Surgeon General has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. Only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths. If you smoke and your home has high radon levels, your risk of lung cancer is especially high.

To learn more, visit: https://www.epa.gov/radon​

Flu Shot?

Call your local office to schedule one today!
For Life-Threatening Emergencies Call 911
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