Updated October 15, 2021
Booster shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine are available at Public Health clinic locations. Bring your vaccine card. Boosters are available to these groups at least six months after their primary vaccine series. No documentation of eligibility is required.
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.
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.
The Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines each requires two shots, with intervals of 21 days for Pfizer-BioNTech and 28 days for Moderna. If you received the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine, follow the instructions you received at your first dose appointment. Bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card that shows proof of your first vaccine dose to your second dose appointment. Call the COVID-19 hotline at 980-314-9400, Option 3 with any questions about your second dose.
If you received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you do not need a second dose.
- 3rd dose
at least 28 days after 2nd dose of Pfizer-BioNTech- Ages 12+- Self-attest to having a
moderate to severe immunocompromising condition
Although fewer children have been infected with COVID-19 compared to adults, children can be infected, get sick, and spread COVID-19 to others.
The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccination for everyone 12 years of age and older.
Get a COVID-19 vaccine for your child as soon as you can.
Prepare for your child's vaccination visit.
Public Health Hotline: 980-314-9400
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
This hotline is for general questions regarding COVID-19 and the vaccine.
If you have a medical emergency, call 911.
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 Vaccine Champion toolkit and help us get the word out!
We appreciate any resident's willingness to assist with our COVID-19 vaccine response. Please
complete this form and we will follow up.
You can obtain your vaccine record one of two ways:
1. View your record and proof of vaccination on the North Carolina
Vaccine Management System (CVMS) Recipient Portal. Instructions for finding and viewing your record on the portal are availablehere.
2. Visit Mecklenburg County Public Health's Medical Records Office, Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm, at:
Southeast Health Department,
249 Billingsley Road Northwest Health Department,
2845 Beatties Ford Road
joint proclamation issued by the Chairman of the Mecklenburg Board of County Commissioners and the Mayor of the City of Charlotte requires all people—vaccinated and unvaccinated—to wear face coverings in any indoor public place, business, or establishment within the City of Charlotte and the unincorporated areas of Mecklenburg County. This requirement applies to all individuals who are at least five years of age. Effective August 31, 2021, a
public health rule will require all people countywide to wear face coverings in indoor public places.
Handwashing remains one of the best ways to protect against illness. Everyone should continue to wash their hands often with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.
Mecklenburg County Public Health encourages all eligible residents ages 12 and older to get a free COVID-19 vaccination.