November 21, 2022

COVID-19 vaccination appointments are available.

Ages 6 months and older are eligible.

Appointments available: Mondays 8am-5pm and Fridays 8:30am to 5:30pm ONLY.

Go to Vaccinate Alamance or call 336-290-0650 for more information and to schedule your appointment. Walk-in appointments may be available.

  • Pfizer (6 months+)
    • 2nd dose is indicated minimum 21 days after 1st dose
    • 3rd dose is indicated minimum 28 days after 2nd dose
    • 3rd dose is indicated minimum 28 days after 2nd dose for 5-11-year-old’s who are moderately or severely immunocompromised
    • Booster shot is indicated at least 5 months after 2nd dose for 5 and older
    • 2nd booster is recommended for age 50 and older, and persons who are moderately or severely immunocompromised 4 months after 1st booster
  • Moderna (6 months+)
    • 2nd dose is indicated minimum 28 days after 1st dose
    • 3rd dose is indicated minimum 28 days after 2nd dose
    • Booster shot is indicated at least 5 months after 2nd dose for 18 and older
    • 2nd booster is recommended for age 50 and older, and persons who are moderately or severely immunocompromised 4 months after 1st booster
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) (18 years+)
    • Booster shots is indicated at least 2 months after receiving the 1st dose
    • 2nd booster is recommended for age 50 and older, and persons who are moderately or severely immunocompromised 4 months after 1st booster
  • Novavax (18+ years)
    • 2nd dose is indicated minimum 21 days after 1st dose

Bivalent COVID-19 Booster

An updated COVID-19 booster is now available for people 12 and older, two months after they finish their primary series or any booster dose. It offers the most up-to-date protection against the latest Omicron variants. The booster, like all COVID-19 vaccines, is safe to get alongside the annual flu vaccine. People should get their flu vaccine, when it is available, to build up immunity before the virus becomes widespread in late fall and winter.



You are not eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine if​:

  • You currently have a positive test for COVID-19. The vaccine must be deferred until you have recovered from the acute illness and the criteria has been met for you to discontinue isolation

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