We're here to help you stay healthy
We’re learning more each day about what we can do to protect ourselves and loved ones as the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold. Find up-to-date information from Novant Health experts that you can use to make decisions about medical care and safety.
Ages 12+ eligible for shot
Children ages 12 to 15 can get Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. Make an appointment or visit a walk-in center for more convenience.
Teens and the vaccine
Now that a COVID-19 vaccination is available for children 12 and older, parents are asking additional questions.
Vaccines without the wait
Schedule your appointment in advance for a vaccination, or visit one of our community vaccine centers for walk-in service.
After a coronavirus infection, you will likely have some immunity from COVID-19 but could become sick again within six months.
COVID-19 and summer camp
Your children can return to camp this year, but guidelines for safety vary by age group because of vaccine eligibility.
New guidelines on masking
Once you have been fully vaccinated, you can resume some activities that have been prohibited since the pandemic began.
COVID-19: The facts
Get answers to your questions about COVID-19 headaches and remedies, rules for quarantine, and fertility after your vaccination.
Is it allergies or coronavirus?
Here are 4 ways you can tell whether your symptoms might be a coronavirus infection rather than the usual seasonal allergies.
Pandemic blues nag teens
Poll shows 46 percent of parents have seen a new or worsening mental health condition in their teens during the pandemic.
You can help
Your gift will help us protect our clinical teams and ensure they remain ready to offer care in our communities. See how you can contribute.
Wisdom of at-home workouts
Keep up a rigorous fitness regimen when you must forego a visit to the gym. These exercises will give you good results.
There’s much more to learn about staying safe and healthy during the coronavirus pandemic. Find answers to your questions.