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Free COVID-19 Vaccines & Boosters

Vaccine Boosters are now available for anyone 12 and up that received their initial second dose over 5 months ago.

Scientific evidence shows that vaccines prevent serious illness from COVID-19 and vaccine boosters help to increase protection for those vaccinated over 5 months ago.

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Vaccine Scheduling - Ages 5-11

Several Cone Health pediatricians’ offices offer the vaccine to existing patients by appointment only. Patients should call the practice to schedule their appointment.

  • Allergy and Asthma of NC – High Point - Phone: 336-883-1393
  • Cox Family Practice - Phone: 336-629-6500
  • Piedmont Pediatrics - Phone: 336-272-9447
  • Premier Pediatrics of Eden - Phone: 336-627-5437
  • Reidsville Pediatrics - Phone: 336-634-3902
  • The Tim and Carolynn Rice Center for Children - Phone: 336-832-3150

What You Need to Know About Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccination:

  • The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11 is a smaller dose.
  • The vaccine is a two-dose series that is given three weeks apart.
  • Parents/guardians must accompany the child to the appointment to provide consent.
  • Read the FDA Fact Sheet for more detailed information about the vaccine.

Vaccine Scheduling - Ages 12 and Above.

Appointments are required. To register for your free vaccination appointment, click the link on the date on the calendar below or call 336-890-1188 (Mon-Fri 7 a.m. to 7 p.m).

  • 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.

Booster Scheduling - Based on Eligibility

Appointments are required. If eligible, you can register for your free vaccination booster appointment by clicking the link on the date on the calendar below or call 336-890-1188 (Mon-Fri 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.). You must attest to the date you received your last dose of a COVID-19 vaccine to schedule your booster dose.

Booster Eligibility

Ages 50 and older or moderately and severely immunocompromised individuals

Adults 50 and older or immunocompromised individuals 12 and older are eligible for an additional Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 booster dose at least four months after their first booster dose. People who qualify include:

  • Adults aged 50 and older
  • Immunocompromised patients 12 and older
  • Any adult who received a primary vaccine and booster dose from Johnson & Johnson

People with underlying medical conditions such as diabetes, asthma, heart disease, etc. are not currently approved for the second booster.

Click here for information from the CDC about immunocompromised conditions.

Appointments for second boosters are available at Cone Health outpatient pharmacies. If eligible, you can register by clicking the link on the date on the calendar below or call 336-890-1188

  • Ages 18+ - Eligible for any COVID-19 booster
    • Pfizer-BioNTech & Moderna, eligible 5 months after receiving your second shot. If you are immunocompromised you are eligible 3 months after your third shot.
    • Johnson & Johnson (single dose), eligible 2 months after receiving your initial shot. If you are immunocompromised you are eligible for your second shot at 28 days followed by booster at 2 months based on vaccine history.
    • Following FDA and CDC recommendations, we can “mix-and-match" booster doses at the clinics. (Per the CDC Pfizer & Moderna are preferred over J&J.)
  • Ages 12-17 - Eligible for the Pfizer Vaccine boosters
    • Make an appointment for a Pfizer booster if you received the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine series at least 5 months ago. If you are immunocompromised you are eligible for booster 3 months after 3 shot series is complete.
  • Ages 5-11 - A third primary dose is only recommended for moderately or severely immunocompromised children
    • Parents and caregivers should contact their primary care provider to schedule an appointment.
    • Only the Pfizer vaccine is authorized and recommended for this age group.
    • Fully vaccinated children 5-11 who are not immunocompromised do not need a third dose.

Vaccine Scheduling Calendar

If you are unable to view the calendar below, click here.

Additional Vaccine Locations

Cone Health appointments may fill quickly. The state health department offers additional vaccination opportunities by ZIP code here.

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

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.

Staying Informed

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:

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Vaccines Are Tested and Effective

110,000+ volunteers participated in three vaccine clinical trials. Clinical trials noted the vaccines are highly effective in preventing COVID-19 with no serious safety concerns.

They Are Safe

The vaccines are safe and prevent COVID-19. The FDA has approved the Pfizer vaccine and authorized additional vaccines for use and will continue to monitor them for safety.
Cells Fight

Cells Fight the Virus

When you receive the vaccine, it causes your immune system to produce antibodies to COVID-19 and to activate T-cells that can destroy infected cells.

One or Two Doses Required

Pfizer = two doses, 21 days apart or more. Moderna = two doses, 28 days apart or more. Johnson & Johnson = one dose.
Slow Spread

Protect Others and Slow the Spread

Experts estimate 80% of the population needs to be immunized to help protect the community.
Free Shot

It's Free

The COVID-19 vaccine is free, even if you don’t have insurance.

Mask Up!

Even after receiving your vaccine it is still recommended that you wear a mask, wash your hands and remain socially distant.
Side Effects

No Major Side Effects

Some people may have a sore arm, arm warmth, fatigue or a low-grade fever a day or two after receiving the vaccine.
No Virus

Vaccine Cannot Give You COVID-19

The vaccines do not use the live virus that causes COVID-19.

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