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The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is now available for ages 12 and older. Click here to schedule an appointment.


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How It Works

1. Confirm Your Eligibility

Individuals 12 years old and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

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2. Schedule Your Appointment

Making an appointment online or on the phone is still the best way to get a shot, but walk-ins are accepted. You may visit any clinic location.

3. Show Up and Get Your Shot!

You will not be charged for the shot, but if you’re insured please bring your insurance card to your appointment. A photo ID is not required.

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Schedule Your Appointment

The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is available for ages 12 and older. UNC Health’s vaccination clinics accept walk-in appointments, including our largest vaccine clinic at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill, which will accept walk-ins Mon-Fri, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM. based on availability. Making an appointment online or on the phone is still the best way to get a shot, but anyone 18 years and older can now walk in to a UNC Health vaccine clinic to get vaccinated.

Online Scheduling

Schedule Your Appointment

Schedule by Phone

(984) 215-5485

Mon–Fri, 8AM–4:45PM

Additional UNC Health Locations

For locations that do not offer scheduling through the above options, find out how to make an appointment below:

  • Caldwell UNC Health · Lenoir, NC
    Call (828) 757-6487 to schedule your appointment.
  • Pardee UNC Health Care · Hendersonville, NC
    Pardee is now offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments at select Pardee Urgent Care locations. To schedule an appointment, visit
  • UNC Health Southeastern · Lumberton, NC
    Visit to schedule your appointment. Click on the “Get Vaccinated” link at the top of the page and follow the step-by-step instructions. Please note that the online scheduling module will be closed as the schedule is filled and reopened as new vaccination appointments become available each week.
  • Onslow Memorial Hospital · Jacksonville, NC
    Visit the Onslow County Health Department website. Follow the form and email instructions, and someone will call to schedule your appointment.

Questions? Need Help?
Call the COVID-19 Vaccine Help Center

(888) 675-4567
Mon–Fri from 7AM–7PM and Sat–Sun from 8AM–4PM

Callers can get help with general COVID-19 questions, information on vaccination eligibility groups, clinical questions about the vaccine, and assistance in finding vaccine locations and transportation to these locations.

Please note the COVID-19 vaccine help center supports English and Spanish calls, and TTY. The language line will be available for all other languages needed.

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