CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – After once being one of the slowest states in the country to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine, North Carolina is stepping up its vaccination efforts to climb into the top 10 in the country.

“Our goal is to make sure we are using up all the vaccine that is coming to our state before the next shipment comes,” said Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen.

Here’s where you can find a COVID-19 vaccination site in North and South Carolina:


Limited vaccines are now available in select areas based on state eligibility requirements. To find an appointment or sign up for updates on vaccine availability in your area, click here.


Find no-cost testing options near you. Plus, get answers to your COVID-19 questions and updates on the vaccine’s availability. To check vaccine availability, click here.


Answer a few quick questions to see if you are eligible for the COVID‑19 vaccine. Based on your information, the healthcare system help you schedule your appointment or contact you when it is your turn. Please click here.


Since the start of the pandemic, Atrium Health has known that a vaccine is the best way to protect ourselves and others from COVID-19. Now that the vaccine is here, they encourage you to consider getting vaccinated as soon as you’re eligible. For information on how to schedule an appointment, please click here.


CaroMont Health is offering appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations for individuals in Groups 1, 2, and 3. Appointments are required. No walk-ins accepted. For further information and to schedule an appointment, please click here.


Vaccination appointments are scheduled online only. Appointments cannot be made by calling Publix or the Publix Pharmacy. For information on eligibility and availability, click here.


States currently have limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine. Some locations that offer vaccine may not have an appointment available for several weeks, depending on their vaccine supply. As vaccine becomes available, additional appointments will be made available online. Appointments cannot be made by calling Harris Teeter Pharmacy. Click here to see how you can schedule an appointment.


Target and CVS announced a partnership in March 2021 that will allow CVS to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to people at CVS pharmacies located within Target stores. Click here for information.