Get Your Free COVID-19 Vaccine
Our communities continue to see a surge of COVID-19 related illnesses from the delta variant. The vast majority of hospitalizations in Cone Health facilities are patients that are unvaccinated. Please protect yourself and your family by scheduling a COVID-19 vaccine at one of clinic locations in Guilford, Rockingham and Alamance counties using the calendar below.
Schedule Now - Ages 12 and Above.
Appointments are required. To register for your free vaccination appointment, click the link on the date in the calendar below or call 336-890-1188.
- Please wear a mask, plan to remain socially distanced and wear loose clothing.
- Pfizer clinics are for ages 12+. All other vaccine types are 18+.
NOTICE: State law now requires written consent from a parent or legal guardian for any minor ages 12 to 15 prior to administrating any vaccine that that has been granted emergency use authorization (EUA). This includes the Pfizer vaccine since it remains under EUA for minors.
If you are unable to view the calendar below, click here.
Additional Vaccine Locations
NOTICE ON BOOSTERS
Pfizer Booster Shots Now Available to Eligible Populations
Cone Health is now offering at all Cone Health vaccination clinics a Pfizer booster dose to the following eligible populations, six months after receiving the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine:
- People ages 65 and older and residents in long-term care settings should receive it.
- People ages 50 to 64 with underlying medical conditions should receive it.
- People ages 18 to 49 with underlying medical conditions may receive it, based on individual benefits and risks
- People ages 18 to 64 who are at increased risk of occupational exposure and transmission, such as health care workers, may receive it, based on individual benefits and risks
Appointments are required. To register, click the link on the date in the calendar above or call 336-890-1188, Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
You must attest to the date of your second Pfizer vaccine to schedule your booster dose.
The state health department offers additional vaccination opportunities by ZIP code here.
Decisions have not been made about the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine boosters. We are closely monitoring announcements from the Food and Drug Administration and the CDC regarding other people who may become eligible for supplemental vaccine doses. Please check back here for updates.
Click here to get answers to frequently asked questions about the Pfizer booster.
Vaccine Card Replacement Information
Need to view or print your vaccine information? Go to the NCDHHS website and do it online.
Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness
On August 23, 2021, the FDA approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 and older. The Pfizer vaccine is also authorized for emergency use for individuals 12 to 15 for prevention of serious COVID-19 related illness. Additionally, vaccines by Moderna and Johnson & Johnson have been authorized for emergency use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and are recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as safe and effective treatments for the prevention of COVID-19.
Clinical trials involving tens of thousands of people for each vaccine have shown that the vaccines are extremely effective in preventing serious illness from COVID-19 with no serious safety concerns. Side effects reported include a sore arm at the injection site, fatigue, headache, chills and fever. While side effects are sometimes higher than for a typical flu vaccine, they are lower in many ways than side effects from the leading vaccine to prevent shingles.
Side effects are signs that a vaccine is working and are related to your immune system being stimulated to produce antibodies against infection. Side effects from vaccination are far less significant than health impacts from COVID-19.
Pharmacists, infectious disease doctors, critical care nurses and other experts at Cone Health continue to speak publicly through media interviews and direct communication with our patients and communities about the safety, effectiveness and importance of vaccines to eliminate COVID-19.
In addition, reliable information on vaccine safety, effectiveness, side effects and more is available on the following websites:
We agree with the CDC on what we can do to help our communities get back to normal: Getting “back to normal” is going to take all of our tools. If we use all the tools we have, we stand the best chance of getting our families, communities, schools and workplaces “back to normal” sooner:
Masking, social distancing and hand hygiene should be followed by everyone, including those who have been vaccinated.
Thank you for every effort you make to stay safe and to keep others safe. We look forward to being right here with you in every step of our journey to eliminate COVID-19 in our community.