COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

The federal government decides how much vaccine each state receives based on population size. NCDHHS determines which providers will receive doses based on reaching prioritized populations. At this time, there is an extremely limited supply of vaccine. To save lives and slow the spread of COVID-19, independent state and federal public health advisory committees recommend first protecting health care workers, people who are at the highest risk of being hospitalized or dying and those at high risk of exposure to COVID-19.

Clinics This Week

This Wednesday, March 3rd, will be a second dose vaccine clinic for those who received their first dose of Moderna or Pfizer on February 2nd or February 5th. Only those who received their first dose from the Davie County Health Department will be eligible. Second doses of Moderna will be administered from 1 - 3 PM. Second doses of Pfizer will be administered from 3 - 4:30. The clinic will be held at the Davie County Community Park.
This Friday, March 5th, will be a Johnson & Johnson clinic. Group 3, Frontline Essential Workers as specified by the State, will be eligible. Frontline healthcare workers and individuals age 65 and older will continue to be eligible. The clinic will be held at the Davie County Community Park starting at 10 AM and ending when vaccine supply runs out.
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First Dose Vaccine Clinics 

No-cost, drive thru clinics for the first dose of vaccine will be held each Friday from 10 AM - 2 PM at the Davie County Community Park, 151 Southwood Drive, Mocksville. Supply of vaccine is very limited at this time. Often, the clinic ends when vaccine supplies run out. This can happen very quickly. 

Second Dose Vaccine Clinics: February 10th - March 24th

Second dose vaccine clinics will be held on Wednesdays from 1 PM - 4:30 AM at the Davie County Community Park, 151 Southwood Drive, Mocksville. These clinics are held as drive-thru events and there will be no appointments offered at this time. Please note the the your 2nd dose clinic may not match the 2nd dose date on your immunization card. This should not impact the effectiveness of the vaccine. We are complying with CDC and manufacturer guidelines to administer vaccine on a safe timeline. It is important that you attend the specific clinic indicated based on when you received your 1st dose.

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Where else can I get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

At this time, local health departments are the primary vaccine administrators.

Starting in February, select Walgreens locations in North Carolina, including stores in Advance and Mocksville, received COVID-19 vaccine through the Federal Retail Pharmacy program. The vaccine will be available at no cost to those receiving it. Vaccine provided to Walgreens does not come out of the weekly NC allocation of vaccine. Walgreens is the initial partner for this program in NC, and additional pharmacies will be receiving vaccine through the Federal Program as supply for that program increases. Walgreens will be following the State's guidelines to determine who is eligible for the vaccine. Each Walgreens location in Davie County received very limited doses of vaccine. Walgreens is administering vaccine by appointment only, so please visit or call 336-751-2499 to make an appointment for the Mocksville location - or 336-940-5515 for the Advance location. For more information visit

The W.G. (Bill) Hefner VA Medical Center in Salisbury is working with the CDC and other federal partners to administer authorized COVID-19 vaccinations to eligible veterans. They have a limited amount of vaccine and may have narrow guidelines for who they are able to administer vaccine to. For more information, visit