All appointments for this week’s COVID-19 vaccinations through New Hanover County Public Health are now full, based on the supply of vaccine Public Health has on hand.
As additional vaccine supply is received from the state each week, the county will open additional appointments to ensure that even more people who are eligible can get the vaccine. To receive text or email alerts when additional appointments through Public Health are open, residents can sign up for COVID-19 updates here.
In addition to Public Health, New Hanover Regional Medical Center (NHRMC) is also administering vaccines to the community this week, based on the supply they receive. Residents can sign up for email alerts from NHRMC when their COVID-19 vaccine appointments are open here. Additional information about NHRMC vaccinations can be found at nhrmc.org/coronavirus or by calling (910) 662-2020.
New Hanover County Public Health has administered more than 14,500 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine so far, including both first and second doses. Public Health is also working with healthcare partners like NHRMC, Wilmington Health, MedNorth and Cape Fear Clinic to increase vaccination efforts and reach even more people. With these partnerships and collaborative efforts, around 25,968 total doses of the vaccine, both first and second doses, have been given in New Hanover County, according to the state’s dashboard – which can be viewed here.
To stay up-to-date on local vaccination efforts, phases, and frequently asked questions, visit Health.NHCgov.com/Coronavirus.