Community needs and demands regarding COVID-19 vaccinations are changing; however, there is still a large segment of the county population that has yet to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. In order to address this, Alamance County Health Department is planning to host mobile vaccination events in the community and is looking for the assistance of community partners to help vaccinate more people. Area businesses, churches, civic, and nonprofit organizations that are interested in partnering with the Health Department should email their contact information to

On May 22, the Eric Lane site will close after the last scheduled COVID-19 vaccination appointment is completed, and COVID-19 vaccinations will no longer be offered at this site. Beginning May 26, COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 the Alamance County Health Department, which is located at 319 North Graham-Hopedale Road. Vaccinations are available to anyone age 16 or older, and identification and insurance are not required. While walk-ins are welcome, appointments are preferred for faster service and can be made by visiting or by calling 336-290-0650 Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. for personal scheduling assistance.

Persons needing transportation assistance to and from the Health Department for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment can call Alamance County Transportation Authority (ACTA) at 336-222-0565 or Link Transit at (336) 222-LINK (5465) for information on schedules and routes.

The public will be informed of any changes and updates through the Health Department website, social media, and the local news media.

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