COVID-19 vaccines are available in North Carolina to everyone ages 5 and older.
CDC recommends everyone 5 years and older should get a COVID-19 vaccination to help protect against COVID-19. Widespread vaccination is a critical tool to help stop the pandemic. Getting your child or teen vaccinated can bring you one step closer to enjoying the activities you miss. Children 5 years and older are able to get the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine. Booster recommended for those who are 12 years and older
What you should know:
- The vaccine is free everywhere in North Carolina.
- No photo ID or insurance is needed.
- Depending on where you get your vaccine, you may need to make an appointment.
- Everyone can be vaccinated, regardless of their immigration status. Getting vaccinated will not affect your immigration status.
- Are children able to get vaccinated? What about pregnant women? Find out the answers in our frequently asked questions about who can get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Find your vaccine site:
Piedmont Health Services
To be placed on the list call (919) 545-3452. Their Covid-19 hub is only open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
UNC in Siler City is no longer doing vaccinations. They only do testing through Optum Health.
Has multiple locations in and around Chatham County. Visit the Walgreens website here.
Siler City Pharmacy
Each vaccine has a different consent form
NOTE: You can no longer schedule an appointment online. Filling out the consent just makes
it easier for you to go and walk in to receive your vaccine. Questionnaire can also be filled
out at the Pharmacy.
Chatham Transit is offering free transportation for Chatham County residents to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Transportation must be scheduled in advance. Please call at 919-542-5136 for more information.
Lee County Health Department
For appointment call (919)-352-3360 from Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm
Randolph County Public Health Department
For appointment call 336-365-6110 Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm.
CDC Guidance Update
Fully vaccinated people can:
- Visit with other fully vaccinated people indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing
- Visit with unvaccinated people from a single household who are at low risk for severe COVID-19 disease indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing
- Refrain from quarantine and testing following a known exposure if asymptomatic
For now, fully vaccinated people should continue to:
- Take precautions in public like wearing a well-fitted mask and physical distancing
- Wear masks, practice physical distancing, and adhere to other prevention measures when visiting with unvaccinated people who are at increased risk for severe COVID-19 disease or who have an unvaccinated household member who is at increased risk for severe COVID-19 disease
- Wear masks, maintain physical distance, and practice other prevention measures when visiting with unvaccinated people from multiple households
- Avoid medium- and large-sized in-person gatherings
- Get tested if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms
- Follow guidance issued by individual employers
- Follow CDC and health department travel requirements and recommendations