The Wayne County Health Department has been identified as a provider for the COVID-19 vaccine. We are excited that a safe and effective vaccine has been manufactured, and look forward to providing this free vaccine to anyone who wishes to receive it.
It is important to note that vaccination is taking place in phases to ensure that individuals who need it most, receive it first. Below you will see the vaccination plan that the State of North Carolina has established for the COVID-19 vaccine. We do not make the decisions on who receives the vaccine first, that is established by the chart below.
The federal government is responsible for ordering the vaccine and determining how many doses get delivered where. This means that the shipments come directly from the manufacturer to the Health Department. We estimate that the vaccine will be readily available for the general public by this spring.
Current Group: 3
Phases 1, 2, and 3 can currently register for the COVID-19 vaccine. To find your vaccine eligibility group, click here.
If you are eligible for a vaccine and would like to schedule your first dose, visit our signup here.
All available appointment times will be shown on the schedule. If there are no appointments listed, keep checking the schedule. As we receive additional doses, we will open appointments. If you received a first dose from the Wayne County Health Department and need your second dose, you will receive a call back to setup your second dose appointment.
- How do I get the vaccine?
- Why are spots limited for registration?
- When can I receive the vaccine?
- How do I know what phase I am in?
- How much is the vaccine?
- Is the vaccine safe?
- Are there any side effects from the vaccine?
- Why are two shots necessary?
- How do I know when to get the second shot?
- Is vaccination required?
- How many vaccines will Wayne County receive?