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Where to Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine, and When

Because the sooner we get our arms around this pandemic, the sooner we can get our arms around one another…or something like that….

We can’t wait to meet again in-person, so we wanted to share this:

On Tuesday, NC Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina is expediting its plans for vaccinations of North Carolinians. As of Wednesday, frontline essential workers—including social workers, public health workers, clergy, homeless shelter staff, veterinarians, college and university instructors and support staff, and workers in stores that sell groceries and medicine—are eligible to begin receiving vaccines. North Carolina is also currently vaccinating educators, school personnel, child care workers, health care workers, long-term care staff and residents, and people 65 and older.

Wondering when you will be eligible to get your vaccine? Use the NC Department of Health and Human Service’s online Find My Group tool to find out.

Where are you supposed to go to get your vaccine? Use the NC DHHS Find My Spot search tool to locate vaccine providers near where you live and work.

Many local pharmacies, including CVS and Walgreens are adminstering vaccines as well.

We look forward to the day when we can gather safely in-person together again.