Vaccination Plan

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Exciting news! Younger teens – those between 12 and 15 – can now get the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. 
Informe de Vacunas COVID-19   |      Flyer 


RCPH continues to schedule appointments for individuals 12 years of age and older (Pfizer vaccine). Appointments can be made by calling the vaccine appointment line at 336-365-6110.  The appointment line is open Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm (excluding holidays) as appointments are available. For individuals deaf or hard of hearing (TTY), call 336.318.6201. 

Please note that individuals must be a certain age to receive a COVID-19 vaccine:

  •  Pfizer: must be 12 years of age or older
  •  Moderna: must be 18 years of age or older
  •  Janssen (Johnson & Johnson): must be 18 years of age or older  

If you are calling the RCPH COVID-19 vaccine appointment line to schedule an appointment for someone other than yourself, PLEASE have on hand all required information needed to make the appointment.  Required information includes:  legal name, physical address, phone number, DOB and email address. Having this information makes the appointment process much smoother.  Thank you for your cooperation.



To see when it’s your spot to get your shot, go to (English) or (Spanish).  To find out where to get your COVID-19 vaccine, go to Find a Vaccine Location. You can also learn more about how safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines come to you, as well as 10 facts you should know about the vaccines.

For help with general COVID-19 vaccine questions, information on eligibility groups, clinical questions about the vaccine, and how to find vaccine locations and transportation services, call 888-675-4567 Monday through Friday from 7am to 7pm, and on Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 4pm.




For general COVID-19 questions, call 336-318-6227. Please note, this is not the vaccine appointment line.


Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People

Please see the UPDATED Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People (updated as of May 13, 2021) found at the following link:


The CDC announcement today on masks shows the important benefits of vaccinations. North Carolina two weeks ago removed the outdoor mask mandate, but the indoor mask mandate remains in effect while we review the specific CDC recommendations.

For details about current indoor mask requirements, please see the Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQ”) for Executive Order No. 209:  


Below is a quick at-a-glance for “Choosing Safer Activities” found in the guidance referenced above.

Choosing Safer Activities


Vaccine Safety

Great care has been taken to ensure COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective.

Scientists had a head start. Although the vaccines were developed quickly, they were built upon years of work in developing vaccines for similar viruses.

Testing was thorough and successful.  More than 70,000 people participated in clinical trials for two vaccines to see if they are safe and effective.  To date, the vaccines are nearly 95% effective in preventing COVID-19 with no safety concerns.

There is no COVID-19 virus in the vaccine. The vaccine imitates the infection so that our bodies think a germ like the virus is attacking.  This creates the antibody defenses we need to fight off COVID-19 if and when the real germ attacks.

No major side effects. Some people may have temporary reactions after being vaccinated, such as swelling from the injection, tiredness or feeling off for a day or two.



Vaccine Information

Where can I find answers to my vaccine questions?

Check out these pages for answers to frequently asked questions:

    NCDHHS:

    CDC:

    UNC COVID-19 Vaccine Hub:

Or call the NCDHHS COVID-19 hotline at 2-1-1 or 888-892-1162


North Carolina Vaccination Numbers

Choose Randolph County from the drop box to see county numbers.