Vidant Health To Transition Greenville COVID-19 Vaccinations To New Location on Thursday, April 8 | Beaufort County Now | To better accommodate current demand, Vidant Health will transition new, Greenville-based COVID-19 vaccine appointments from the Greenville Convention Center to the newly established Vidant Greenville Vaccine Clinic effective Thursday, April 8.

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Vidant Health To Transition Greenville COVID-19 Vaccinations To New Location on Thursday, April 8

Press Release:

    Greenville, N.C.     To better accommodate current demand, Vidant Health will transition new, Greenville-based COVID-19 vaccine appointments from the Greenville Convention Center to the newly established Vidant Greenville Vaccine Clinic effective Thursday, April 8. The new Vidant Greenville Vaccine Clinic is located at 2380 W. Arlington Boulevard, Greenville, in the building formerly known as Vidant Minor Emergency.

    The new location will initially be open Monday–Friday and can accommodate up to 350 vaccine appointments per day. Vidant may adjust days and hours of operations for the clinic based on demand. Appointments are required and are already available at VidantHealth.com/Vaccinate or by calling 252-847-8000.

    The Convention Center clinic will pause operations from April 7–12 due to an event hosted at the Convention Center. The Convention Center clinic will re-open April 13 to complete already-scheduled second doses only and will permanently close after all scheduled second doses are complete.

    Effective April 8 and until further notice, all new doses in Greenville will be given at the Vidant Greenville Vaccine Clinic on Arlington Boulevard.

    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.


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



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