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Published on March 10, 2022

Cone Health Reducing COVID-19 Testing, Vaccination Sites

The North Carolina A&T and Piedmont Hall clinics close Friday, March 11. 

 

Greensboro – Cone Health will scale back its COVID-19 testing and vaccination offerings beginning this Friday, March 11.  

The decision comes as lower COVID-19 case numbers have led to a sharp decrease in demand for both services.  

After Friday, Cone Health will conclude its weekly testing and vaccination clinics at the North Carolina A&T Alumni-Foundation Event Center and its testing services at the Greensboro Coliseum’s Piedmont Hall. We would like to thank these community partners for helping us provide testing to our community. 

Vaccines will still be available at Cone Health pharmacies, outpatient clinics and through Cone Health Mobile Health, which serves homebound patients and those in long-term care facilities. The health system will continue offering community testing at 4810 W. Wendover Ave. in Greensboro. 

Appointments for both testing and vaccines will still be required. The public can make appointments at conehealth.com/testing, conehealth.com/vaccine, or by calling 336-890-1188 Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

For children ages 5 to 11, several Cone Health-affiliated pediatricians will offer the vaccine to existing patients only. Patients can make appointments by calling their provider. The full list of participating pediatricians is here

Children ages 12 and older can make appointments online at conehealth.com/vaccine

Monday, March 14, marks two years since Cone Health offered its first COVID-19 test to the public. Members of the team that coordinated that effort shared their reflections here.