Beginning Saturday, February 27, the Alamance County Health Department and Cone Health will open a joint COVID-19 vaccination clinic at 2401 Eric Lane, Unit 100, in Burlington. Appointments will be required.
The facility will initially vaccinate health care workers, persons 65 and over, and employees of childcare centers and pre-K-12 schools. The number of people vaccinated will depend upon the number of COVID-19 vaccines received each week by the state.
- Appointments for those 65 and over can be scheduled two ways:
Request an appointment at conehealth.com/vaccine. Those 65 and over requesting an appointment will be contacted within two weeks to schedule their vaccination.
Contact the Alamance County Health Department by phone to schedule an appointment, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm or until all appointments are filled. Call 336-290-0650. The department asks that residents exercise patience as call volumes will be high. More information is available here.
- Appointments for the education workforce can be scheduled also as follows:
Alamance County Health Department (ACHD) is working with Alamance-Burlington School System (ABSS), private schools, and childcare centers to ensure any eligible pre-K-12 staff that wants a vaccine can receive a vaccine. Cone Health is providing staff to help with the vaccinations.
After tomorrow, February 26, Cone Health will move its current COVID-19 vaccine clinic at 2363 Corporation Parkway in Burlington to the new site. Cone Health will continue offering COVID-19 testing at the Corporation Parkway site, with hours of operation and test scheduling available.
Alamance County Health Department will move its current COVID-19 vaccine clinic at the Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) in Burlington to the Eric Lane site tomorrow, February 26. This move affects the CTEC site only. Second dose vaccinations will continue at the Burlington Athletic Stadium.
Latest COVID statistics (since Jan. 1, 2021) for Alamance County: https://alamancenews.com/latest-alamance-county-covid-19-statistics-cases-hospitalizations-deaths-2/