DETROIT – On Thursday, many performances at the Ford Field mass vaccination site led to officials calling that anyone who could come to the site by 6 pm would be vaccinated.
Dozens of people showed up on Friday in the hope that the same thing would happen.
“I realized it’s worth a shot, and if it does not work, no big deal,” said Rob Trexler.
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Trexler and his wife drove from New Hudson to wait and see, but not everyone was as relaxed as he was.
When police and Ford Field personnel told the public that there were no remnants, some officers found it difficult and did not want to leave, which can be a problem, as those waiting in line without an appointment can reduce the process for people with appointments . .
People are advised to wait in their cars, or to the side, and not stand in line if someone wants to check if there are additional vaccines due to non-exhibitions.
With increasing cases of COVID-19, the Detroit Institute of Arts will be closed to the public through April 2nd.
In addition, the St. Clair County Health Department sent a bulletin recommending people to work from home, if possible, along with strict mitigation strategies for workers who cannot.
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