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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.

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Ask your doctor whether the vaccine is safe for you.

COVID-19 vaccines are now available via Emergency Use Authorization, and this is an important step to helping us beat this virus.

Find out when you will be eligible and how to make a vaccine appointment.

Below, find information and resources for patients with compromised immune systems.

Immunocompromised individuals were not included in phase two of the Pfizer nor Moderna vaccine clinical trials, so we do not have a recommendation for these groups at this time.

Please talk to your doctor about what’s best for you.

Vaccines are one important tool to help us fight COVID-19. However, even as we vaccinate, we need everyone to continue wearing a mask, practicing physical distancing, frequently washing their hands and staying home when sick. We will need to continue doing these things for some time because not everyone will get vaccinated, the vaccines are not 100 percent protective, and we don’t yet know if they will prevent spreading the virus to others even if you don’t have any symptoms.

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