Vidant Health To Expand Access To COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments To Everyone 16 and Older | Eastern North Carolina Now | Vidant Health is expanding access to COVID-19 vaccine appointments to everyone 16 and older effective Thursday, April 1.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Press Release:

    Greenville, N.C.     Vidant Health is expanding access to COVID-19 vaccine appointments to everyone 16 and older effective Thursday, April 1.

    Community members who are 18 and older can schedule an appointment by visiting HERE or by calling 252-847-8000.

    Appointments for community members who are 16 or 17 years old can be scheduled by calling 252-847-8000.

    Vidant currently offers the vaccine at a variety of locations throughout eastern North Carolina, including the Vidant/Pitt County Large-Scale Vaccine Clinic at the Greenville Convention Center. Community members are encouraged to check the scheduling tool HERE or call 252-847-8000 for the latest list of available locations.

    Although the vaccine offers great hope, Vidant encourages everyone to do their part to keep communities in the region safe from COVID-19: wear a mask, social distance and wash hands. Those who receive the vaccine should still practice these important safety measures. Importantly, a high number of COVID-19 patients are relying on Vidant for care and our team members are not immune from community spread. Please do your part to protect yourself and those around you.


  • Contact: Brian Wudkwych
  •     brian.wudkwych@vidanthealth.com

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