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Due to decreased demand, Novant Health today announced changes to its operating hours at three permanent vaccination sites. Effective Wednesday, May 19th, both the Hanes Mall and East Meck locations will reduce operating hours on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, closing at 3 p.m. Novant Health’s Salisbury location will now be closed on Mondays.
The complete schedule for all locations is below. As a reminder, all Novant Health vaccine sites accept walk-ins and scheduled appointments.
Note: all hours are subject to change. We encourage everyone to verify current operating hours before visiting a site at GetVaccinated.Org.
Who: You do not have to be a Novant Health patient to make an appointment or walk-in to a vaccination site.
How to schedule: While walk-ins are accepted at all permanent vaccination sites, we continue to encourage everyone to schedule an appointment:
YES. All COVID-19 vaccines are free for every individual, including those who do not have insurance.
NO. Individuals will not be asked for any identification, proof of residency or insurance information.
YES. Individuals who need to bring someone with them to their appointment are allowed to bring one visitor. Note: all people entering a vaccination clinic will go through a screening. Anyone with a fever or who is exhibiting cold or flu-like symptoms will not be permitted inside.
We encourage everyone to schedule an appointment to help reduce potential wait times. However, most vaccination clinics do not have wait times and the length of the visit includes registration, vaccine administration and observation. Most patients will be monitored for 15 minutes. Anyone with a history of anaphylaxis will be monitored for 30 minutes.
No. North Carolina state law allows any minor to give consent for medical health services for the prevention or treatment of communicable diseases. As such, those who are 12 to 17 years-old will not need to have a parent or legal guardian schedule, accompany or give verbal or written consent for the vaccine.
For more FAQs, please visit: GetVaccinated.org