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Looking for COVID-19 vaccination information? Find out where to get vaccinated in Guilford County.
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Looking for COVID-19 vaccination information? Find out where to get vaccinated in Guilford County.

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North Carolina is opening up COVID-19 vaccinations to everyone on April 7 and several counties, including Guilford, have already done so.

Demand is high and supply is low, so vaccination appointments often fill up quickly. Officials recommend to check back often.

Here's where to get vaccinated in Guilford County:

Guilford County Division of Public Health

Online: www.healthyguilford.com

Phone: 336-641-7944, Option 2.

Updates by text: Text gc19 to 888777 to opt-in for text alerts.

Cone Health

Online: conehealth.com/vaccine

Phone: 336-890-1188

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Onlinewww.guilfordcountync.gov/how-do-i/gso-mass-vax

Phone: 888-675-4567

More information: Mass vaccination center at Four Seasons Town Centre in Greensboro. It operates seven days a week with the capacity to provide about 3,000 vaccinations per day, with options for drive-thru and indoor service.

State COVID-19 vaccination finder

Online: covid19.ncdhhs.gov/findyourspot

Phone: 877-490-6642

Walgreens

Online: www.walgreens.com/findcare/vaccination/covid-19 

Note: The pharmacy chain will offer vaccinations at 300 of its N.C. stores. 

CVS

Online: www.cvs.com/immunizations/covid-19-vaccine

Note: The pharmacy chain is offering vaccinations at stores in more than two dozen N.C. cities, including Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Asheboro and Archdale.

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