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Health Department Offering Appointments and Walk-in Vaccine Clinics

Thursday, April 22, 2021
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Note: The following is information provided by the state and the Orange County Health Department.

The Orange County Health Department is welcoming walk-ins this Friday in Hillsborough and Chapel Hill for a Moderna COVID-19 vaccination.

The walk-in clinics are open to people ages 18 and older. Only Pfizer is currently approved for 16- and 17-year-olds.

  • Hillsborough clinic ― 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Meeting Room of the Whitted Human Services Center, 300 W. Tryon St.
  • Chapel Hill clinic ― 4 to 6:30 p.m. at Bravos Market, 3300 N.C. 54 W.

The walk-in clinics are free, and no identification or insurance are required. Look for information on additional walk-in clinics in coming weeks.

Self-scheduling

The Health Department now offers self-scheduling of vaccine appointments, allowing people to schedule at a time and date that work for them. To self-schedule:

  • Online ― Visit myspot.nc.gov. Search for ZIP code 27278. Choose a time and date.
  • Phone ― Call 919-913-8088. The phone line is staffed daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Spanish and other languages are available.

Additional vaccine providers

A number of vaccine providers are available in and around Orange County. The state maintains a complete list. See the state webpage www.myspot.nc.gov or call 888-675-4567.

Some area providers:

State goals

The state expects to lift the mask mandate and to ease other public health recommendations once two-thirds of adult North Carolinians have received at least one vaccine dose and if trends remain stable. Currently anyone 16 and older in North Carolina is eligible for a vaccine and supply is widely available across the state, often with no wait for an appointment.

The state has administered more than 6.5 million vaccines. To date, 46.9% of adults in North Carolina are at least partially vaccinated, and 35.1% are fully vaccinated. More than 76% of people 65 and older have had at least one shot.

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