Travel Notice: Yellow Fever Vaccine Shortage
There is currently a Yellow Fever vaccine shortage across the United States and Yellow Fever vaccine supply is limited. For any planned trip to countries where there is a known risk of Yellow Fever virus transmission, further guidance should be obtained from your Local Health Department to determine Yellow Fever vaccine availability. Please plan accordingly and allow a minimum of 8 weeks prior to your departure to ensure you can receive all of your travel vaccines in a timely manner. For more information or to schedule a travel appointment, please contact St. Clair County Health Department at (810) 987-5300.

For further information regarding vaccines that are needed for travel and information on Yellow Fever vaccine please review:

Infants 6 months old, children, adolescents, and adults.

Before you see the world see us! Travel consultations consist of a nursing visit to discuss the TRAVAX* printout that includes recommended immunizations, preventive education, malaria recommendations and safety tips. Administration of vaccine(s) can take place at time of consultation or an appointment can be scheduled. Appointments for travel vaccinations should be made 4-6 weeks in advance of departure.

Vaccination fees are in addition to Consultation/TRAVAX fee. TRAVAX is a computer program for Travel Clinics only, updated monthly with current CDC medical recommendations and put into a packet of information for the client.

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Tuesday through Friday by appointment only.

(810) 987-5729


What to expect after vaccination and how to treat - Helping With Vaccine Pain.

Vaccine Information Statements (VISs) are information sheets produced by the CDC and MDCH that explain both the benefits and risks of vaccine to vaccine recipients. Federal law requires that healthcare staff provide a VIS to a patient, parent, or legal representative before each dose of certain vaccination - Vaccine Information Statements.

Call for current prices.  Vaccines are subject to availability.