GREENSBORO, N.C. — Most North Carolina counties are doing COVID-19 vaccinations for Group 1 (frontline healthcare workers) and Group 2 (adults 65 and older). The state's order of vaccine priority is based on these five groups. Teachers, who fall under Group 3, will be eligible for the vaccine starting Feb. 24. Other frontline essential workers in Group 3 will begin vaccinations on March 10.
Vaccine supply is limited, and the process for making an appointment varies by county. Be sure to keep checking back for when your county has appointments available.
Alamance County Health Department: 336-290-0650
Alamance County is taking appointments for adults 65 and older. Phone lines will open when vaccine appointments are available.
The call center opened Monday, Feb. 15 at 8:30 a.m. to fill appointments for Feb. 16-22.
Click here for more details about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Find out more: Alamance County Health Department Facebook updates
Cone Health Burlington Vaccination Clinic
Cone Health is vaccinating adults 65 and older at its clinic at the Burlington Manufacturers' Outlet Center at 2363 Corporation Pkwy. Clinics will be provided Monday-Sunday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Appointments are required. Walkups won't be accepted.
Join the Cone Health vaccine waitlist by going to conehealth.com/vaccine, texting “VACCINE” to 88453, or by calling 336-890-1188. People on the waitlist will be notified once an appointment is available. Efforts will be made to offer appointments in Burlington or Greensboro, according to the person’s address.
Davidson County Health Department: 336-236-3096
Phone lines opened Monday, Feb. 15 to accept vaccine appointments for Feb. 15-22.
Call 336-236-3096 to make an appointment or visit their site below.
Online registration must be completed with an individual email address. No shared email addresses will work.
Transportation to get vaccination
Davidson County Transportation System is available to provide transportation for all Davidson County Residents to the COVID Vaccination Clinics. There is no charge for this service.
Residents should have their appointment for the vaccination already scheduled before contacting us to arrange for transportation. To schedule a trip to the clinic for the vaccine, please call us 24 to 48 hours prior to the appointment. Call 336-242-2250 to schedule your trip.
Check for updates: Davidson County Health Department
Guilford County Health Department: 336-641-7944, select option 2
The Guilford County Division of Public Health is booking vaccine appointments online and by phone based on availability. You can sign up to receive updates about appointments (see below).
Guilford County Health Department opened 3,400 appointment spots on Tuesday morning. All spots were filled in less than 20 minutes.
Only those who have scheduled an appointment and received a confirmation should visit the vaccine sites. Walk-ins are not accepted.
How To Receive Updates About Openings and Availability
- Visit www.healthyguilford.com
- Text GC19 to 888777 to subscribe for updates via text message opt-in system
- Monitor social media sites
Guilford County Vaccine Appointments
Appointments can be scheduled:
• Online at www.healthyguilford.com
• By phone at 336-641-7944 (Option 2) from 8 a.m.- 5 p.m., until all appointment slots have been filled.
Those eligible to make an appointment are community members in Phase 1 (healthcare workers) and Phase 2 (aged 65 and older). Phase 1 healthcare workers should check with their employer directly to schedule an appointment as the process for employers is different.
COVID-19 vaccine clinics will be held at the following locations:
(Walk-ins not accepted)
• Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1301 Alamance Church Road, Greensboro, NC 27406
• High Point University Community Center at Oak Hollow Mall, 921 Eastchester Drive, Suite 1230, High Point, NC 27262
• Greensboro Coliseum, 1921 W Gate City Blvd, Greensboro, NC 27403
To keep up with vaccination appointment openings, please:
• Visit www.healthyguilford.com
• Subscribe to our text message opt-in system by:
• Texting GC19 to 888777 for English updates
• Texting GC19S to 888777 for Spanish updates
Find out more: Guilford County Health Department
Cone Health Vaccine Clinic
Cone Health is holding vaccine clinics at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center based on vaccine availability. The hospital group has a waitlist people can join online. You can also call Cone Health's vaccine line at 336-890-1188.
Forsyth County Health Department: 336-618-6174
Forsyth County's COVID-19 helpline is 336-582-0800.
Adults 65 and older can get on the online waitlist. Some slots may open again if people cancel or are found ineligible under current guidelines.
Residents can schedule the appointments at Bit.Ly/FCNCCovidVaccine or by calling the new call center at 336-360-5260. New appointments are added on a weekly basis based on the amount of vaccine Forsyth County Public Health is allocated by the state. There are a limited number of appointments and they usually fill up very quickly.
Forsyth Public Health is conducting vaccination appointments at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds, located off Deacon Boulevard. No walk-ups are accepted. New appointments are added weekly based on the amount of vaccine Forsyth Public Health will receive. An announcement will be made when more slots become available on the appointment website.
Daily updates: Forsyth County Health Department
United Health Centers Vaccinations
United Health Centers (UHC) is scheduling COVID-19 vaccine appointments to its staff members and patients ages 65 and older.
The number to make an appointment is 336-293-9728.
Randolph County Health Department: 336-328-3400
RCPH has a limited number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments available for Monday, March 1, 2021. If you are eligible for the vaccine as part of Group 1 – all healthcare workers, Group 2 – individuals 65 years of age and older OR Group 3 – those who work in school (K-12) or childcare, call the vaccine appointment line beginning at 8:30 am, Friday, February 26. The number for the appointment line is: 336-365-6110. Please keep in mind that RCPH has an extremely limited supply of the vaccine and that the appointment line call volume remains very high. The phone line will close at 4 pm, or when all appointments have been filled.
To find out about COVID-19 vaccine appointments and availability status call 336-365-6110 for updates.
Find out more: Randolph County Health Department
Rockingham County Health Department: 336-342-8140
Check for updates: Rockingham County FB page
For more information: Rockingham County Health Department
Davie County Health Department: 336-753-6540
Additional vaccine clinics will be held as the vaccine supply allows. To stay up-to-date on vaccine clinics, follow Davie County Government on Facebook.
Montgomery County Department of Health: (910) 572-1393
Montgomery County is vaccinating frontline healthcare workers and adults 65 and older while vaccine supplies are available. Checking for updates on their website.
Register for the vaccine by going online and filling out a form or by calling (910) 572-1393 ext 1236.
Stokes County Health Department: 336-593-2400, option 7
Stokes County Health Department is currently scheduling vaccination appointments for those who are 75 years and older. Please call (336) 593-2400 or email email@example.com to schedule a vaccination appointment.
Get more updates: Stokes County Health Department Facebook
Find out more: Stokes County Health Department
Surry County Health Department: 336-401-8400
Surry County Health and Nutrition Center is offering COVID-19 vaccines as they become available and based on priority. Because of limited supply, Surry County says it is difficult to determine when it will progress through the different priority groups.
You can register for the vaccine online here. Your contact information will be stored securely and will be used to schedule an appointment when the time arrives for you to receive your vaccine.
Wilkes County Health Department: 336-651-7450
Before coming to a clinic, you must:
- Print and bring your completed registration form with you.
- Bring a copy of your insurance card (front and back).
- Bring proof of ID that qualifies you as being in Group 1 or Group 2.
Check for vaccine appointment updates: Wilkes County Health Department
Yadkin County Health Department: 336-849-7910
Follow these steps to get the vaccine in Yadkin County:
1. If you are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, your first step will be to fill out and submit this form.
If you need assistance filling out this form, or know someone without internet access that needs to fill out this form, please call during normal business hours: (336) 849-7910.
2. Wait for a Notification
Wait for a notification by phone call, text message or email. You will be contacted when it's your turn to get the vaccine.
3. Print and fill out the pre-registration form
This could help reduce your wait time when you arrive at your clinic.
Click this link to access the pre-registration form prior to your arrival (Do not attempt to submit this form ahead of time. Instead, bring this form to the clinic the day that you receive your vaccine).
4. Arrive at the clinic on the day you are invited
The health department will let you know when you can come back for your second dose.
Caswell County Health Department: 336-694-4129
Caswell County is vaccinating frontline healthcare workers and adults 65 and older. More appointments will be available based on vaccine supply.
Find out more: Caswell County Health Department
Check it out: Caswell County Health Department Facebook updates
Chatham County Health Department: 919-545-8323
To schedule appointments, county staff began reaching out by phone or email to those in the priority groups who expressed interest in receiving the vaccine and shared their contact information through the Public Health Department’s Vaccine Information Tool (www.chathamnc.org/vaccinetool) or Infoline (919-545-8323). A call center has been set up to schedule appointments, and County staff will reach out to those on this contact list when more appointments become available.
Find out more: Chatham County Health Department
There are a growing number of providers in and around Chatham County, including:
- UNC Health is offering the COVID-19 vaccination for individuals ages 65 and older, including at its site behind Chatham Hospital in Siler City (Medical Office Building) and nearby options such as Chapel Hill. Interested individuals can visit www.unchealthcare.org/schedule or call (984) 215-5485 to schedule an appointment when available.
- Duke Health, based in Durham, is also scheduling vaccinations when available. To learn more, visit https://www.dukehealth.org/covid-19-update/covid-19-vaccine-update or call (919) 385-0429.
- For a full list of options in North Carolina, visit https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/findyourspot.
PATHS Vaccine Clinic Information
Piedmont Access to Health Services, Inc. (PATHS) has started accepting established patients (seen within the last three years) on a waiting list for COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Patients can email firstname.lastname@example.org to get on the waitlist. As more vaccines are distributed to each PATHS location, additional clinics will be scheduled.