There are early signs that demand for COVID-19 vaccines in Michigan has started to level out and drop off.
State data show that 664,349 COVID vaccine doses were administered across the state during the week of April 5, which is when Michigan opened up vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 years or older. The following week, it dropped to 607,517 doses.
Metro Detroit is helping to drive that trend. The city of Detroit and surrounding regions — Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties — all saw drops in the number of vaccine doses administered between the first two full weeks of April.