CADILLAC — Beginning April 1, Central Michigan District Well being Division is opening up vaccine appointments to all people within the division’s six-county space who’s 16 or older.

Within the Cadillac Information protection space, CMDHD serves Osceola County. The division’s different counties are Arenac, Clare, Gladwin, Isabella and Roscommon. You will get vaccinated by way of CMDHD when you dwell or work in a kind of six counties.

CMDHD’s vaccine sign-up hyperlink is https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6224197/COVID-19-Vaccination-Signal-Up. The hyperlink is for first-dose appointments solely; when you want a second dose, CMDHD says to name your native CMDHD workplace.

For those who do not see an appointment accessible, “proceed to go to our web site at www.cmdhd.org for info on future clinic appointment dates and instances.  We’ll proceed so as to add clinic appointment dates and instances as they turn out to be accessible,” the division stated.

On Wednesday, Osceola County recorded 32 further COVID-19 deaths and confirmed the county’s twenty fourth COVID-19 demise. Osceola County reached a pandemic complete of 1,147 circumstances.

All the different counties within the Cadillac Information protection space additionally added new circumstances on Wednesday.

Wexford County added 12 confirmed circumstances for a pandemic complete of 1,863. The county additionally added two new possible circumstances for a complete of 182.

Missaukee County added 9 confirmed circumstances for a pandemic complete of 923. The county additionally added eight possible circumstances for a complete of 177.

Lake County added 5 circumstances and reached a pandemic complete of 409.

District Well being Division No. 10 didn’t report any new COVID-19 deaths within the division’s three counties within the Cadillac Information protection space however did report deaths in Crawford and Kalkaska counties.

Statewide circumstances reached 672,259, a rise of 6,311 since Wednesday. There have been 10 new deaths for a statewide pandemic complete of 16,092.