Greensboro Community Vaccination Center Begins Offering Johnson & Johnson Single Dose Vaccine | Eastern North Carolina Now

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    GREENSBORO     The federally supported COVID-19 Community Vaccination Center in Greensboro at Four Seasons Town Centre today began offering the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, which is available in addition to the two-dose Pfizer vaccine already offered.

    "These tested, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines will help us get back in control of our lives and back to the people and places we love," said NC Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D. "Johnson & Johnson vaccine has the added benefit of a one-shot dose to be fully vaccinated. It's easier than ever for people to take their shot against COVID-19."

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration have reaffirmed that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe and effective in preventing COVID-19 and recommend its continued use to prevent serious illness, hospitalization and death from the disease. To date, more than 250,000 doses of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have been administered in North Carolina.

    The Greensboro Community Vaccination Center at Four Seasons is offering the Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer vaccines on a walk-in and drive-up basis, without appointment.

    People who prefer to make an appointment for the Greensboro center can schedule one online at When making an appointment, individuals will be able to select either the Johnson & Johnson or Pfizer vaccine. Appointments can also be made via phone at 888-675-4567. Note that appointments are not required.

    The single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine is for people ages 18 and older, while the two-dose Pfizer vaccine can be provided to people age 16 and older. Vaccines are free to everyone, regardless of insurance or immigration status, and no I.D. is required.

    The Greensboro Community Vaccination Center is located at the Four Seasons Town Centre, just off Interstate 40 and accessible by the Gate City Blvd. and Koury Blvd. exits. The center is open Monday-Saturday and closed on Sunday. Hours are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Vaccines are not provided from 1-2:30 p.m. The center plans to operate through May 27, 2021.

    Information on resources in the Greensboro area providing free transportation to and from the vaccination center is available on the City of Greensboro website.

    To find out more, visit HERE.

  • NC Department of Health and Human Services
  • 2001 Mail Service Center
  • Raleigh, NC 27699-2001
  • Ph: (919) 855-4840

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