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Are you looking for a COVID-19 vaccine for a person who is at home due to mobility problems? You can call the home immunization hotline at 1-866-303-0026, or fill out a registration form .

For more information on vaccination at home, visit www.ptrc.org/covid .

This program is available statewide. If you are a Mecklenburg County resident, please call 980-314-9400 or complete the form on the website at mecknc.gov/COVID-19 . If you are a Haywood County resident, please call 828-452-6675. If you are a Caldwell County resident, please contact Jeannie Walker at 828-426-8405.

If you would like to contact providers directly, here is a list of North Carolina vaccine providers who can vaccinate people in their homes. Contact the vaccine providers on this list to inquire about their current availability for home vaccination; some may not currently offer home vaccination.

How to find a nearby provider:

Vaccine Provider at Home

  • Click the plus sign (+) for additional contact information.
  • Use the search box just above the table. You can enter the county or organization name to search the list.


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