Updated January 27, 2022
As of January 5, 2022, the CDC recommends a COVID-19 booster dose for people aged 12 and older:
Mecklenburg County Public Health is providing booster doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines at select locations; see below for details.
Click the on the links for the providers to schedule an appointment. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome. Hours are subject to change.
Please note the vaccines offered at each location. Bring your vaccine card to your appointment.
12435 Old Statesville Rd, Huntersville, NC 28078
To find locations near you and nationwide, go to
Vaccines.gov to search by zip code. *Locations and hours are subject to change. Be sure to call ahead to confirm hours and availability.
Just like adults, children can be infected, get sick, and spread COVID-19 to others. The CDC recommends vaccination with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children aged 5-17 and
a booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for children aged 12-17 five months after completion of the primary series.
Note: For children under 18 years of age, written consent from a parent or legal guardian is required for vaccines granted emergency use authorization and not yet fully approved by United States Food and Drug Administration (G.S. § 90-21.5). For general questions call the Public Health Hotline at 980-314-9400 (option 3 for English; opción 8 para español).
Get a COVID-19 vaccine for your child as soon as you can.
Prepare for your child's vaccination visit.
If you have a moderate to severely compromised immune system due to a medical condition or due to taking immunosuppressive medications or treatments, your body may produce fewer antibodies to the COVID-19 vaccines, based on studies of the vaccines. However, even fewer antibodies are protective against severe disease, hospitalization, and death. The CDC recommends that immunocompromised people receive a COVID-19 vaccination.
If you are not able to get the vaccine due to a history of severe adverse reactions to a COVID-19 vaccine or ingredients in those vaccines AND are not currently infected with COVID-19 and have not been recently exposed to an infected person, you may qualify the FDA-authorized Evusheld, an injection of monoclonal antibodies, for the prevention of COVID-19 for people aged 12 and older. Learn more from the NC DHHS and talk with your doctor to find out if you qualify for Evusheld. Visit the Find Evusheld in NC page from the NC DHHS to find a provider offering Evusheld near you.
Individuals who are homebound, have an ongoing physical or mental disability, and are unable to travel to receive a COVID-19 vaccine can complete this form to request to receive the vaccine at home.
You can obtain your vaccine record one of two ways:
No. The primary series of the vaccine, followed by third or booster doses, protects against severe COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and death. But fully vaccinated people can still contract and spread COVID-19, so continuing to follow all other safety precautions whether vaccinated or unvaccinated is essential to protect yourself and others and stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Wash your hands frequently to kill the COVID-19 virus, keep your distance from others, and wear a mask when you are unable to be at least 6 feet away from others.
Be a Vaccine Champion and share news of vaccination clinics with your family, friends, and community. Materials are available for you or your organization to download, print, and post in your communities or share on social media. Check out our COVID-19 Toolkit and help us get the word out!
Public Health Hotline: 980-314-9400
Option 3 (English) or Opción 8 (Español)
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This hotline is for general questions regarding COVID-19 and vaccines.
If you have a medical emergency, call 911.