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Published on April 15, 2021

Cone Health Makes It Easier to Get Free COVID-19 Vaccinations

Walk-ups are now accepted at Cone Health vaccination sites.


Cone Health wants to make it easier than ever to get a vaccine. Walk-ins are now accepted at Cone Health COVID-19 vaccination sites and community clinics. Cone Health is using the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines.Women getting vaccinated

“This is another obstacle that we can remove to make it easier for people to get their COVID-19 vaccination,” says Debbie Grant, DNP, RN, a chief nursing officer and vice president for Cone Health. “With the new variants of COVID-19 spreading, we want everyone 16 and over to take the opportunity as soon as possible to get their vaccination.” 

According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, only 1-in-3 North Carolinians have taken the vaccine. Many health leaders estimate that 70% to 80% of the population need to be vaccinated or have had COVID-19 to achieve herd immunity. The sooner people are vaccinated, the sooner things get back to normal. Answers to questions about vaccines are available at 

While walk-ins are encouraged, vaccination appointments are still preferred. They can be made by going to People without internet access or email accounts can call 336-890-1188, Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. for personal assistance.

Cone Health vaccination clinics, times and vaccines used: 

  • Burlington- Behind JR Cigar Outlet, 2401 Eric Ln. Thurs-Sat 8 am-12 pm - Pfizer (16-year-olds and up.)
  • Greensboro-Greensboro Coliseum, 1921 W. Gate City Blvd. Thurs-Sat 10 am-5 pm - Pfizer (16-year-olds and up.)
  • Greensboro- NC A&T University, 200 N Benbow Rd. Thursday 10 am- 5 pm - Moderna (18-yea-olds and up.)
  • Reidsville- Rockingham Comm. College, 558 County Home Rd. Thurs-Fri 8 am-12 pm - Moderna (18-year-olds and up.)

Cone Health also holds small community vaccination clinics. Walk-ups are welcome at those pending vaccine availability.