About Finding an Appointment for the COVID Vaccine

/About Finding an Appointment for the COVID Vaccine
About Finding an Appointment for the COVID Vaccine 2021-06-09T16:51:53-04:00

COVID Vaccine Information

“Risk of SARS-CoV-2 infection is minimal for fully vaccinated people. The risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission from fully vaccinated people to unvaccinated people is also reduced. Therefore, fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules, and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance.” (CDC May 28. 2021)

Many people in Fearrington are not regularly on the computer; if you are reading this, please share the information among your neighbors. Information; about receiving the COVID 19 Vaccination will be changing regularly; this is totally predictable given the decentralized method of vaccinating everybody. Each of these links or phone numbers is a current starting place, expect delays in scheduling or long hold times.

Vaccine supply is limited and organizations providing the shots are learning how to administer the program. If you are currently eligible, in most cases, you must schedule an appointment to receive a vaccine. (Some individuals have stumbled into a “drive-by” option; as we move forward there may be fewer of these options… or there may be more, impossible to predict.)

The vaccine is free to all patients (you will not be charged) but if you’re insured please bring your insurance card to your appointment. You do not need to bring a photo ID.

Updated on Thursday, May 13, 2021.

COVID-19 vaccines are available in North Carolina to everyone ages 12 and older.

Chatham Transit Offers Free Transportation to Vaccine Inoculation Sites. Advance registration is required. Call Chatham Transit for more information or click on this graphic to open their web page containing more information. This service includes rides to COVID-19 vaccination sites in Chapel Hill and Durham.

Chatham County: 

Need someone to administer your COVID-19 vaccination at home?  The Health Department has asked the Chatham County Council on Aging to help them identify anyone who needs and wants to get the vaccine for COVID 19 that is unable to get to one of the sites and needs someone to administer the vaccination in their home. They will need to provide their name, phone number, and physical address. CONTACT:

Susan C. Hardy
Chatham County Council on Aging
Human Services Team Leader & Caregiver Specialist
919-542-4512 ext.231

The Chatham County Public Health Department has also established a new infoline for people with questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, including how to register when it’s your turn. The number is (919) 545-8323.

You can also enter your information online: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6115069/COVID-19-Vaccine-Inquiries. The information you provide will be added to the vaccine interest database. Once you complete the tool you do not need to call or email. Please be sure to provide accurate information so they can determine your eligibility for each phase of the vaccine rollout and contact you when needed. Additionally, be sure to include only one person per submission and each person needs to provide a unique email address.

Some Area Pharmacies Are Now Offering COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments: 

Piedmont Health Services: 

Piedmont Health Services is offering COVID-19 vaccinations to existing and new patients at its clinic sites in Siler City and Moncure as supply allows. To be placed on PHS’ interest list, please visit https//piedmonthealth.org/how-can-i-be-tested-for-covid19/. Piedmont is also continuing to conduct COVID-19 testing events.

UNC Healthcare: 

https://vaccine.unchealthcare.org/get-vaccinated/, UNC MyChart, or call 984-215-5485 (M-F, 8am – 5pm)


Join the DukeHealth signup Waiting List , Duke MyChart, or call the Duke COVID-19 hotline 919-385-0429 (open every day from 8am – 8pm.) Status as a Duke Health patient does not impact access to the vaccine. You do not need to be a Duke patient to receive the vaccine.

Orange County:

Complete the Vaccine Interest Form (VIF) at https://redcap.link/OCHDvax

Call 919-913-8088 if you don’t have access to a computer or would like help filling out the form.


Search by county –  https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/findyourspot

You can also call the COVID-19 Line 1-877-490-6642. It’s a free call.

Durham VA Health Care System (a resource for Veterans)


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