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Stanly County Health Department begins online vaccine registration

Stanly County Health Department began scheduling appointments for COVID-19 vaccine online Wednesday.

Online scheduling is for first dose appointments only and is subject to Phase 3 eligibility requirements. The department continues to vaccinate Groups 1 and 2, healthcare workers and people age 65 and above.

Phase 3 Eligibility – Front line essential workers in person at their place of employment
● Critical Manufacturing
○ Workers manufacturing medical supplies, medical equipment or PPE
○ Workers manufacturing products needed for food and agricultural supply chains
● Education
○ K-12 School staff and childcare workers
○ College and university instructors and support staff
● Essential goods
○ Workers in stores that sell groceries and medicine
● Food and agriculture
○ Food and agriculture workers
○ Meat packing workers
○ Food processing workers
○ Farm workers
○ Migrant farm/fishery workers
○ Food distribution and supply chain workers
○ Restaurant workers
● Government and Community Services
○ U.S. Postal Service and other shipping workers
○ Court workers
○ Elected officials
○ Clergy
○ Homeless shelter staff
○ Veterinarians, veterinarian staff and veterinarian students
● Healthcare and Public Health
○ Public health workers
○ Social workers
● Public Safety
○ Firefighters and EMS
○ Law enforcement
○ Corrections workers
○ Security officers
○ Public agency workers responding to abuse and neglect
● Transportation
○ Public transit workers
○ Division of Motor Vehicles workers
○ Transportation maintenance and repair technicians
○ Workers supporting highway infrastructure

To schedule a COVID-19 first dose vaccine appointment online at the Stanly County Health Department visit http://book.novelhealth.ai/stanly

Need to find the spot to get your shot? To find which phase you are eligible for visit https://findmygroup.nc.gov/

For testing location options, consult the Find My Testing Place feature on the NC Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 website at https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/

You can stop the spread of the virus by following the 3 W’s:
● Wear a cloth face covering.
● Wait 6 feet apart. Avoid close contact.
● Wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer.

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