Call 704-878-5300 to schedule your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment:
Please read all information below prior to scheduling an appointment.
Before you come to your COVID-19 Vaccine appointment, please:
- Review the Following Documents:
- Complete registration form: English Form, Spanish Form
- You can receive the Pfizer vaccine if you are 5 years of age and older, parental consent is needed if your are under the age of 18. If under 18, a parent/guardian has to be present to sign a consent form prior to vaccination. You must be 18 years of age or older to receive the Moderna Vaccine. If you do not meet age requirements and schedule an appointment, your appointment will be cancelled.
- Certain population are eligible to receive a booster dose. Please see below for more information.
- Do not arrive more than 15 minutes early to your appointment time.
- If you have insurance, please provide that information. You will not be billed for any cost of the vaccine if insurance does not pay.
Second Dose Appointment Scheduling:
You will receive a 'Second Dose Appointment Information Card' during your first dose appointment informing you of when your second dose appointment will be. If you received a 'Second Dose Appointment Information Card', you DO NOT need to make an appointment for your second dose. If you did not receive a 'Second Dose Appointment Information Card' or have questions about your second dose appointment, please call 704-878-5300 and press 1.
You MUST receive the same brand of vaccine for both your first and second dose.
- Moderna second dose can be administered as early as 28 days after the first dose.
- Pfizer second dose can be administered as early as 21 days after the first dose.
Call our office today at 704-878-5300 to schedule an appointment to receive your Pfizer or Moderna booster dose.
Pfizer: You can get a booster if it has been at least 6 months since your second Pfizer shot, and one of the following is true:
- You are 65 or older.
- You are 18 and older and:
- You live or work in a nursing home or other long-term care residential facility.
- You have a medical condition that puts you at high risk for severe illness; for example obesity, asthma, heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
- You work in a high-risk profession, meaning you come into contact with a lot of people, and you don’t know their vaccination status; for example, health care workers, first responders, teachers, child care workers, food processing workers, manufacturing workers, corrections workers, US postal service workers, retail and restaurant workers, and public transportation workers.
- You live or work in a place where many people live together; for example, homeless shelters, correctional facilities, migrant farm housing, dormitories or other group living settings in colleges or universities. You are only eligible to receive a booster dose if you received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
Moderna: If you were vaccinated more than 6 months ago with the Moderna COVID-19 shot, boosters are now available for people:
- 65 years or older
- 18 years or older who:
- live or work in a nursing home or long-term care facility,
- have underlying medical conditions; or,
- who work in high-risk settings like healthcare workers, teachers and childcare providers or food workers.
- live or work in a place where many people live together (for example, homeless shelters, correctional facilities, migrant farm housing, dormitories or other group living settings in colleges or universities).
The Moderna booster is a smaller dose than what is given in the first two shots. Be sure to let your provider know you want the booster.
To make an appointment to receive your Pfizer COVID-19 Booster vaccine, please call 704-878-5300 and press 4. Please bring your COVID-19 vaccine card with you to your appointment to verify you have received your second dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at least 6 months prior. If you have any questions, please call the Iredell County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline at 704-878-5300 and then press 1.
Johnson & Johnson's Janssen:
You are eligible for a booster if you are:
18 years or older
When to get a booster:
At least 2 months after your shot
Which booster should you get?
Any of the COVID-19 vaccines authorized in the United States
Proof Of Vaccination
After you are vaccinated, you are provided with a COVID-19 Vaccination Card. Please keep this card for your records.
If you have misplaced your COVID-19 Vaccination Card and need proof of vaccination, you are able to retrieve this information from the NC DHHS COVID-19 Vaccine Portal. Please click here to access the NC DHHS COVID-19 Vaccine Portal. Instructions for accessing your proof of vaccination can be found here.
If you received your COVID-19 vaccine from the Iredell County Health Department and are unable to access your records through the NC DHHS COVID-19 Vaccine Portal, please call us at 704-878-5300 and press 2. If you did not receive your COVID-19 vaccine from the Iredell County Health Department, please reach out to the provider who administered your COVID-19 vaccine or utilize the NC DHHS COVID-19 Vaccine Portal.
If you received your COVID-19 vaccine from the Iredell County Health Department and have trouble accessing your proof of vaccination through the NC DHHS COVID-19 Vaccine Portal, please complete the form below and send in to us via mail, fax, or hand-delivery. Electronic forms will not be accepted. A proof of ID will be required. Please see form for further instructions
- An appointment is required. If an individual shows up more than 15 minutes prior to their appointment, they will be asked to return closer to their appointment time.
- If you schedule an appointment but do not meet pre-vaccination screening requirements, you will not be eligible to receive the vaccine.
- You must be 12 years of age or older to receive the Pfizer Vaccine (parental consent is needed if you are under the age of 18) and 18 years of age or older to receive the Moderna Vaccine.
- Proof of residency is not required, but please consider attending a vaccine clinic in your community.
- Immigration status is not shared with anyone; however name and demographics are submitted to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) COVID Vaccine Management System (CVMS).
- Be mindful of the brand of first-dose vaccine you receive. You MUST receive the same brand of first and second dose of vaccine. EXAMPLE: If you receive Moderna for your first dose you CANNOT receive Pfizer for your second dose.
- vaccine info from CDC
- vaccine info in Spanish from CDC
COVID-19 Vaccine Emergency Use Authorization and Fact Sheets
For each COVID-19 vaccine authorized under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires that vaccine recipients or their caregivers are provided with certain vaccine-specific EUA information to help make an informed decision about vaccination. This is accomplished by providing a an EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers. The Fact Sheet is similar in purpose and content to vaccine information statements (VISs) for licensed vaccines but differs in that the EUA Fact Sheet is specific to each authorized COVID-19 vaccine, is developed by the manufacturer of the vaccine, and is authorized by the FDA.
- COVID-19 Moderna Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients
- COVID-19 Janssen Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients
- COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients
- SPANISH COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients
- SPANISH COVID-19 Moderna Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients
Use your smartphone to tell CDC about any side effects after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. You'll also get reminders if you need a second dose.
Have questions? Call the COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline
The COVID-19 vaccine help center can be reached at 704-878-5300 press 1 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.