How to Get Vaccinated
COVID-19 vaccinations in North Carolina are being offered to the public in phases. Each county will be moving through each phase independently on a county-by-county basis.
***Disclaimer: The following information is current as of 4/5/21 and is subject to change.***
Beginning April 7, Public Health will open new appointments weekly on Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. for appointments for the following week. At that time, all adults will be eligible to book appointments.
Who will be administering the vaccine?
Mecklenburg County Health Department
Schedule online or by calling 980-314-9400 and selecting Option 3.
Residents who are unable to schedule an appointment online or by phone can join the new waitlist.
If you do not have access to the internet, please call your primary care provider or 855-648-2248 for scheduling assistance.
Visit AtriumHealth.org/COVID19Vaccine for the latest mass vaccination event, scheduling, and available appointment times.
If you do not have access to the internet, please call 704-468-8888 for scheduling assistance.
Vaccinations may also be available through the following pharmacies:
What if i’m homebound?
NEW: Receive the vaccine at home. Individuals who are homebound and unable to travel can complete this form to request vaccination at home. Appointments will be scheduled based on eligibility criteria, vaccine supply, and appointment availability.
For residents of North Carolina outside of Mecklenburg County:
Residents of South Carolina:
More information is available here.