Beaufort County Covid19 Update for February 26, 2022 | Beaufort County Now | Beaufort County Covid19 Update for February 26, 2022

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
News Release:

    Good Morning Everyone,

    You are receiving the attached message and email below from Beaufort County's EOC as a method of keeping you informed about our county's response to COVID-19.

    Beaufort County has had 9 new cases since yesterday and 146 new cases since Friday (2/18).

    Vaccine Appointment Availability:

  • Beaufort County's Health Department also has appointments available beginning Tuesday 3/1 for individuals wishing to receive their 1st dose of the Moderna, J&J or Pfizer vaccines.
  • Appointments are also available on Tuesday 3/1 for Immunocompromised individuals eligible for a 3rd dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines.
  • Appointments are available as early as Wednesday 3/2 for individuals eligible for a Pfizer, Moderna and J&J booster shots.
  • Appointments can be made by calling 252-940-6150, or by using the following link.

    Please see page 5 of today's report for an updated list of local providers that are now offering vaccines.

    Our next update will be published on Friday 1/14. Daily Beaufort County COVID Surveillance Data can be accessed Monday - Friday using the following link.

    We ask that you assist us by sharing this information with your families, workplaces, and communities.

    As always, thank you all for what you do to keep Beaufort County informed, prepared and safe.

    Click the image below to receive the entire multi-page PDF describing the complete up to date data regarding this Pandemic that never found its way to Beaufort County: Below.




    Chris Newkirk
       Deputy Director,     Beaufort County Emergency Services

    1420 Highland Dr
    Washington, NC 27889
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