Getting vaccines to our community requires collaboration and coordination among many groups.
Appointments are scheduled each week based on the vaccination received from the state.
We want to vaccinate you and know how urgently you want to be vaccinated.
UNC Health’s vaccination clinics have started accepting walk-in appointments, as we encourage more North Carolinians to get their shot. That includes our largest vaccine clinic at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill, which will accept walk-ins from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
Making an appointment online or on the phone is still the best way to get a shot, but anyone 18 years old and older can now walk in to a UNC Health vaccine clinic to get vaccinated. Call (984) 215-5485 for more information. No identification is required. For more information on how to get a vaccine, visit Get Vaccinated.
If you are unable to find an appointment time, please check back mid-to-late afternoon Monday – Friday. Should appointment slots open up, this is when we expect to release them.
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