Livingston County is currently at a low COVID-19 hospital admission level.

​COVID-19 Vaccine Update

On September 11, 2023, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) authorized the use of the updated (monovalent) COVID-19 vaccines. These vaccines are formulated to more closely target currently circulating variants and provide better protection against serious consequences to COVID-19, including hospitalization and death. On September 12, 2023, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommended the updated vaccine for people ages six months and older. These actions relate to the updated mRNA vaccines for 2023-2024 manufactured by Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech.

The updated (monovalent) COVID-19 vaccines are expected to be available soon. In the meantime, the existing bivalent vaccines are no longer authorized. No COVID-19 vaccines are available until the new, updated version becomes available.  

Our current estimate is that we will have updated COVID-19 vaccines available the last week of September. We will share updates as we have them. Thank you for your patience!

COVID-19 Data Update

Beginning the week of May 15, 2023, LCHD will no longer be updating the COVID-19 case information previously found on this webpage.

As we move into the fourth year of the COVID-19 pandemic, we know that most positive cases are not reported, so reported positive cases are no longer a good measure of local COVID-19 activity. Additionally, the end of the public health emergency on May 11, 2023 means that negative COVID-19 test results will no longer need to be reported, so we will no longer have test positivity rate data. Moving forward, hospitalizations are a much better indicator of current COVID-19 infection and severity locally. Visit CDC’s website to view COVID-19 hospital admission levels by county. Additional COVID-19 data can be found at

Stop the Spread

Wash your hands often and cover your coughs/sneezes.

Get Vaccinated

Vaccinations remain the best way to protect a person from COVID-19, and are a preventative measure to reduce severity of illness and risk of hospitalization or even death.

COVID-19 Testing

Anyone with signs or symptoms of COVID-19 should get tested.

Therapeutics & Treatments

Medications and treatments are available that can reduce your chances of being hospitalized or dying from COVID-19. Contact a healthcare provider to determine if you are eligible for treatment.

COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccinations are available for everyone 6 months and up through the Livingston County Health Department and other local providers. 

Schedule an Appointment Online

Livingston County Health Department now offers convenient online scheduling.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Michigan COVID-19 Data

If you test positive for COVID-19:

Last Modified September 13, 2023

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Matt Bolang

Matt Bolang
Health Officer


(517) 546-9850


Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed County Holidays


2300 E Grand River Ave
Suite 102
Howell, MI 48843


(517) 546-6995