GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) —  As of Tuesday morning, Michigan’s COVID-19 vaccine dashboard shows that 5,800 doses of Moderna’s vaccine have been shipped to West Michigan.

Those vaccines first arrived on Sunday, but not all local health departments will receive a shipment.

Berrien County will get a large bulk of Moderna doses allocated to West Michigan. Out of those 5,800 sent to our side of the state, 1,400 of them are going to Berrien County.

Three other counties will get a significant shipment of vaccines. Muskegon, Allegan, and Barry County all were sent 500 doses each. Most other counties in the West Michigan region will get between 100 and 300 doses.

However, the most highly populated counties, like Kalamazoo, Kent, and Ottawa have not been sent any shipments of Moderna’s vaccine as of Tuesday morning.
It’s unclear if any of the vaccine shipments have been received yet by any local health department. The vaccine dashboard only shows that no Moderna vaccine has yet to be administered in the state.

You can view Michigan’s COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard online here