Wayne, Detroit, and Ann Arbor McDonald’s Offer COVID-19 Vaccine and Flu Vaccines

Didn’t have time to get your COVID-19 vaccine? Well, now you can get it with your morning coffee and Egg McMuffin.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Blue Cross Complete of Michigan and Wayne Health have partnered with three McDonalds locations in the Detroit Metro to provide free COVID-19 vaccines, COVID-19 booster shots and flu shots as well as blood pressure blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol and kidney function screenings.

Wayne’s 35111 West Michigan Avenue is one of three participating franchises.

The contextual clinic will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, December 7. Anyone aged 5 or over is eligible and no prior registration is required. All vaccinations will take place in the parking lot next to the drive-thru lane.

Franchise owners Joni Thrower and Monique Vann-Brown, in addition to hosting the clinics, have decided to offer vaccinees “Be our guest” redeemable for one of the McCafé drink. McCafé drinks include McDonald’s coffee, smoothies and hot chocolates.

According to a press release, the clinics aim to make vaccines and health care accessible to the community. Blue Cross, Blue Cross Complete, and Wayne Health encourage unvaccinated community members to stop.

Two other pop-up clinics will also be offered in the Detroit metro area:

  • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 13 at McDonald’s, 14204 W. Seven Mile, Detroit.
  • 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15 at McDonald’s, 2675 Plymouth, Ann Arbor.

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Contact reporter Shelby Tankersley at [email protected] or 248-305-0448. Follow her on twitter @shelby_tankk.

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