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Vaccine supplies at UNC Health are very limited. We are aware of the concern this is causing and are working hard to administer as many vaccines as possible. Please note that limited vaccine supply will not affect our ability to provide a second dose if you have already received your first dose. Learn more.

Supplies are still very limited.

Vaccine supplies are very limited, and our appointments are scheduled each week based on vaccines received from the state.

We want to vaccinate you and know how urgently you want to be vaccinated, and we aware of the concern this is causing everyone who is eligible now to receive a vaccine and cannot get an appointment or who spends hours online trying to get one. We understand how frustrating this can be and are working hard to ensure no dose is wasted and we’re ready to administer as many vaccines as possible.

You must schedule an appointment to receive a vaccine. You may not get a vaccine without an appointment. No identification is required. Walk-ins are not accepted.

Schedule an appointment online or call 984-215-5485 (M-F 8am-5pm). 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.

We ask for your patience as we are receiving a very high number of phone calls and emails. At this time, we are not offering a wait list, and we encourage patients to contact the state to find the nearest vaccination location by calling NCDHHS’ COVID-19 Line at 1-877-490-6642 or by visiting We will continue to update this website when we have more shots available. Please continue to check for open appointment times.

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