COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

Beaumont Health COVID-19 patient tracker

Patients with confirmed and pending COVID‐19 tests currently in a Beaumont hospital

The chart on the right shows what has happened. The future shape of the curve is dependent on how the pandemic moves through the state. Current predictions indicate a downward trend in cases due to social distancing measures. Download PDF with additional data.

Pending and confirmed in hospital

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COVID-19 and Safe Care updates

Vaccines Administered: Total number of vaccines that have been administered and documented in Epic. Immunizations documented on paper will show up 24 hours after they are entered in Epic.

Beaumont opening two new vaccine clinics

Beaumont has already vaccinated approximately 27,000 people and is prepared to vaccinate as many as 50,000 a week if we receive enough doses of the vaccine.


We plan to open COVID-19 vaccine clinics at Beaumont, Dearborn and Troy on Wednesday, Jan. 20 for eligible community members who have an appointment. We are offering additional sites to reduce the amount of travel for senior citizens and to make it easier for them to get vaccinated.


We highly encourage Beaumont employees to continue to schedule their vaccination appointments at the Beaumont Service Center. In the near future, we will reassess our ability to offer appointments at these locations to Beaumont team members.


Beaumont’s COVID-19 nurse-supported call line (800-592-4784) is available for employees and established Beaumont patients who have had a Beaumont service within the three years to get assistance scheduling their vaccination appointment if they are unable to schedule online. We are experiencing extremely high call volumes. Please use on-line resources first. Many questions are already answered on our regularly updated COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions page.


Scheduling online is the fastest, easiest and preferred method to schedule your vaccine appointment. Only people with appointments will be vaccinated. Beaumont cannot accommodate people who walk into the clinic without an appointment. Therefore, only people with appointments will be allowed to enter the Beaumont Service Center; drivers or those accompanying people with an appointment will be asked to wait in their vehicles unless the individual requires physical assistance or if the person is a legal guardian of the individual getting vaccinated.

Vaccine clinic staffing FAQs now available

A new Frequently Asked Questions document about staffing of the vaccine clinic is on the COVID-19 vaccine resources page. Answers to questions about hours, compensation, roles, training and other staffing topics are available in the document, which will be updated regularly.

oneChart daily COVID-19 change summary for Jan. 15

Five new COVID-19 Office Orders are now available. Review today’s summary for more details.

Beaumont is sending daily updates to your Beaumont email address ( These updates contain the latest information from Beaumont’s Emergency Operations Center. The updates are also sent to the preferred email address and fax number on file. If you are a Beaumont physician, APP or resident not receiving these communications or would like to see additional resources on this page, email

Preventing the spread of coronavirus and other respiratory viruses infographic


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