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The Ottawa County Fillmore Complex in West Olive is currently without power, impacting its ability to serve customers.

This includes the Sheriff headquarters, Clerk, Register of Deeds and Treasurer offices as well as today's inmate visits at the jail and hearings in the West Olive court. Other locations such as Holland, Grand Haven and Hudsonville are operating and providing services and hearings.

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COVID-19 Vaccine

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  • COVID-19 Vaccines for Children Ages 5 - 11

    On November 2, the CDC authorized emergency use of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11 years old. Distribution of the two-dose vaccine will begin on Saturday, November 6. Children ages 5-11 are currently only eligible for the Pfizer vaccine. The August 20 Order requiring face masks in educational settings will expire on January 2, 2022 at 5:00 pm. OCDPH is encouraging parents to obtain their child’s first dose of the vaccine before November 29, which will allow kids to receive their second dose and be fully vaccinated before the Order expires. Vaccine clinics and appointments can be found at Vaccinate West Michigan or by calling your healthcare provider or pharmacy. Please register for only one appointment for each child and nothing additional on other clinic dates or times. We do not anticipate any vaccine supply issues and will make sure your child receives their COVID-19 vaccine at your scheduled appointment.

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Booster Shots Available for Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J Vaccines

Booster shots of all three FDA-approved vaccines are now available for eligible groups. Based on CDC recommendations, the different types of vaccines can be mixed safely, and individuals can choose which vaccine they would like to receive for their booster shot. OCDPH recommends consulting your physician to determine which vaccine is right for you.

For individuals who received the 2-dose Pfizer or Moderna vaccine, eligible groups can receive a booster shot six months or more after their initial series. Johnson & Johnson (one-dose) recipients can receive their booster shot two months or more after their initial series. Visit CDC.gov to learn more, or talk to your healthcare provider to see if you are eligible for a booster shot. Booster shots are offered at local pharmacies and clinics, including OCDPH’s vaccination clinics held on Mondays.

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Vaccine Safety Resources

Flyers & Educational Resources

If you're looking for vaccine information to help people who may have limited or no internet access, please call the Michigan COVID-19 hotline at 888-535-6136, or 2-1-1.