GREENSBORO, N.C. — Appointment times for March 12-14 are now OPEN. Visit this link to schedule your vaccine at the Four Seasons Town Center vaccine clinic: Schedule an appointment
Appointments may be scheduled by phone beginning Monday. Additional appointments will become available on Monday through the Four Seasons call center for those who are not able to access the web-based registration tool.
North Carolina is currently providing vaccinations for people in Groups 1, 2, and 3, including frontline essential workers, people age 65 and older, health care workers, and long-term care residents.
A team of nearly 140 from the U.S. Air Force will arrive Friday ahead of the opening of the FEMA vaccination site in Greensboro.
The federal mass vaccination clinic which is located at the Four Seasons Town Centre opens up on Wednesday, March 10.
Along with a drive-up section of the clinic, there is also an indoor clinic on the second level of the mall.
According to officials, the team is capable of administering the allotted 3,000 vaccine shots per day and 21,000 doses per week. A state official said they would start with the Pfizer vaccine for the first six weeks and would most likely switch to the single-dose option for the final two weeks barring any unforeseen circumstances.
Around 50 members of the North Carolina National Guard are also assigned to help with the clinic. Some of them could be seen in and around the mall.
Around a dozen large tents have already been set up in the parking lot of the Four Seasons Town Centre. Hundreds of orange cones were also positioned to guide vehicle traffic.
The Community Vaccination Center plans to operate 12 hours a day, seven days a week for eight weeks.
Update: On Friday, health officials announced the Four Seasons Town Centre is now taking appointments for March 12-14. Visit this website to make your appointment.