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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Information

Based on updated guidance from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Cumberland County Department of Public Health is currently vaccinating individuals in:

Group 1

  • Health care workers with in-person patient contact
  • Long-term care staff and residents—people in skilled nursing facilities, adult care homes and continuing care retirement communities

Group 2 (Older adults age 65 and up)

  • Anyone 65 years or older, regardless of health status or living situation

Vaccination clinics are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays
9 a.m. to 4 p.m., while supplies last
Crown Expo Center 
1960 Coliseum Dr., Fayetteville NC 

Special Saturday clinic on Jan. 23 from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. 

To request an appointment click here if you are eligible to receive a vaccine in the current phase,  Appointment slots are 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. and 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. The afternoon (1 p.m. - 4 p.m.) will remain for first come, first served. 

CALL (910) 678-7657 for assistance in completing the appointment request form. Those assisting you with completing the appointment request form will not be able to make an appointment for you.  

 

Contact Us

1235 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301

Phone:  910-433-3600
Fax: 910-433-3659
Phone TTY: 910-223-9386

Director: Dr. Jennifer Green
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What to expect at the first come, first served clinic

  • Drive-thru options

  • Doses are available on a first-come, first-served basis until supplies run out

  • Be prepared to wait as you may experience a line

  • Depending on availability individuals will receive Pfizer or Moderna.

  • If you do not qualify for the current phase based on age or a previous phase, you will be asked to come back during your appropriate phase 

  • Vaccination is free.

  • Each person will receive a fact sheet for the Emergency Use Authorization and information about reporting adverse events.

  • We will have interpreters onsite.

  • You will receive a card reminding you when your second dose is due. You will also receive an email reminder, if an email address was provided.

  • There will be a waiting/rest area outside of the vaccination clinic. We strongly recommend individuals wait at least 15 minutes before leaving to monitor for any adverse side effects, as we would with any vaccination.

  • To comply with federal and state privacy laws, audio and video recording is not permitted on the premises. Media will be not permitted to record. They should not take pictures of health department staff or volunteers or others being vaccinated.


     

Follow the information below to help move the line as quickly as possible

  • If you have one, bring an ID to verify identify and age. We do NOT need an insurance card.
  • Be seated next to a window that rolls down. If you have more than five people in a vehicle that need vaccinations, we’ll ask you to pull around for a walk-up vaccination.
  • When you arrive, stay in your vehicle. There will be staff available to guide you through the line and receive  the vaccination from your vehicle.
  • Arrive with a facemask covering the nose and mouth.
  • Do not bring pets in the vehicle.
  • Individuals will be asked to complete a pre-vaccination questionnaire to determine if there is any reason an individual should not get the COVID-19 vaccine on the day they arrive.
  • Individuals who are currently under COVID-19 isolation (tested positive in the last 10 days) or quarantine orders (identified as a close contact in the last 14 days) should wait until their isolation/quarantine period is over to be vaccinated.
  • Individuals who have received their flu shot or other vaccinations in the last 14 days should wait to be vaccinated.
  • Pregnant and breastfeeding women may want to consult with their healthcare provider before getting vaccinated.
  • Individuals who have received passive antibody therapy as treatment for COVID-19 should defer vaccination for 90 days.
  • Those with a bleeding disorder or on blood thinners may want to consult with a provider, before arriving to the site, they are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine  safely.
  • We will consult with immunocompromised individuals on site to determine if they can receive the vaccine safely.

CALL (910) 678-7657 for more information on COVID-19 vaccines in Cumberland County.

Cape Fear Valley Health System COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Visit https://www.capefearvalley.com/coronavirus/index.aspx for more information and to schedule an appointment with Cape Fear Valley.

Location: Cape Fear Valley Rehabilitation Center Auditorium
Vaccination Groups: Group 1 (Health care  workers) and  Group 2 (Anyone 65 or older regardless of health status or living condition.

As cases of COVID-19 continue to climb in Cumberland County, a safe and effective vaccine will help defend us against the virus. Everyone who wants a vaccine will eventually get one. But, that process is going to take months.

Until then, we strongly encourage you to continue practicing the 3 Ws – Wear a face covering, Wash your hands and Wait six feet apart.

High Need, Low Supply                                                                                   

Right now, the supply of the vaccine is low, and the need is high. That’s why we’ll offer the vaccine in phases and in strict accordance with guidance from the CDC and the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services.

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