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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

  Beaumont is currently sending randomized invitations to schedule vaccine appointments to people 65 and older with an active myBeaumontChart account. There are no walk-in appointments at any Beaumont location. Due to overwhelming demand, we are unable to answer individual phone calls or emails about the vaccine or myBeaumontChart. Please review our regularly updated Frequently Asked Questions about the vaccine.

Coronavirus / COVID-19 Updates: What to Know

What We Are Doing to Protect Patients

Beaumont is leading the way through the coronavirus pandemic, caring for more COVID-19 patients in Michigan than any other health system. Now we're leading the way out, with the expertise and experience to keep our patients, families and staff safe. While we expect to care for COVID-19 patients in designated areas of our hospitals for some time, we've taken extra steps to provide you the health care services you need in a safe environment.


Important COVID-19 Information

Coronavirus FAQs

Beaumont continues to be the safe and clean health system with the same compassionate people and high-quality services you have always relied upon. All of Beaumont’s hospitals are safe and remain open to all patients needing health care including emergency visits, testing and surgery. Patients should continue to go to any Beaumont Emergency Department for medical issues that need urgent attention.

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Admission to the hospital is determined based on a patient’s symptoms, not a positive or negative COVID-19 test.

If a patient is sent home after being evaluated at one of our emergency centers, they are given information on treating their condition at home and when to contact or return to the emergency center if they experience worsening symptoms.

For some patients, COVID-19 is a serious illness that can become more intense and even deadly in a matter of days. Some patients have mild symptoms on one day and then have much more serious, life-threatening symptoms several days later. Patients should immediately return to an emergency center or call 911 if they experience worsening or life-threatening symptoms.

Call Beaumont's Coronavirus Hotline at 800-592-4784
A community resource for timely, accurate information about COVID-19.

Beaumont COVID-19 Tracker

Patients with COVID-19 treated in a Beaumont Hospital

Patients with COVID-19 infection treated at all Beaumont Hospitals

Chart is updated Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Download PDF with additional data.

Vaccines Administered - Cumulative

Vaccines Administered - Cumulative

COVID Suspected/Confirmed Patient Days

Total COVID suspected/confirmed patient days

COVID Suspected/Confirmed Census by Date

COVID suspected/confirmed Census by date

COVID Initial Surge

COVID Initial Surge

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Community Resources

The Beaumont Community Resource Network is an online referral network connecting you to free and reduced cost services. Our interactive tool makes it fast and easy to find resources for your basic needs such as food, utilities, transportation, job training, legal aid, childcare and more.


Beaumont Experts in the News

Additional COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Update

Dr. Nick Gilpin, Beaumont's Director of Infection Prevention, provides an update on the surging cases of coronavirus / COVID-19 at Beaumont and in Michigan.


Beaumont HouseCall Podcast: Weathering the Pandemic

The new cold weather will make pandemic life more difficult to escape. Dr. Asha Shajahan talks about how to get through the next few months by better managing your physical and mental health.

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The Importance of Masks

According to the CDC, masks are an additional step to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Myths vs. Facts

Accurate vaccine information is vital and there’s a lot of misinformation being shared online. It’s important to know what’s true and what’s not.

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The Differences Between Flu and COVID-19

Flu and COVID-19 share many characteristics, but there are some key differences between the two.

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Avoiding High-Risk Holiday Activities

This holiday season consider how your holiday plans can be modified to reduce the spread of COVID-19 to keep your friends, families, and communities healthy and safe.

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