Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
The Community Health Coalition (CHC) is helping North Carolinians do their part to end the COVID-19 pandemic and get vaccinated!
As Governor Roy Cooper recently expanded North Carolina’s COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to include all persons ages 12 and older, we are coordinating vaccine clinics to help more North Carolina residents access vaccines and build a healthier community.
Come and talk with the doctors and decide if getting a COVID vaccine is right for you. Make the choice that is best for you and your family.
Make an appointment now to hold your spot. Walk-ins also welcome.
What you should know:
The vaccine is free everywhere in North Carolina. Everyone 18 and over can receive any of the three approved vaccines.
Those aged 12-17 may only receive the Pfizer vaccine. Use My Spot to find locations that carry the Pfizer vaccine.
No government-issued ID or insurance is needed.
Everyone can be vaccinated, regardless of their immigration status.
Call 1-844-771-RIDE or click here for information about FREE roundtrip transportation to COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
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IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION
Have questions or looking for more information about COVID-19, available vaccines, and state and local regulations? Want to learn why others decided to get immunized? CLICK HERE for all that and more.
CLICK HERE to search by zip code for pharmacies and providers that offer vaccinations.
Call 1-844-771-RIDE or CLICK HERE for information about FREE roundtrip transportation to COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
Resources, information and assistance from across state government
COVID-19 Self-Test: How to Perform a Nasal Swab
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A public website that allows people to enter their symptoms and determine if they should get tested for COVID-19. If they are recommended to be tested, they will receive a link to a list of nearby testing sites via email or text.
Note: The symptom checker is an informational tool to help people determine if they may need to be tested; however it is not a physician order. Testing sites may require their own screening.
A public website that allows people to input their county or ZIP code and access a list of nearby testing site locations online.