COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics: Everyone 12 and over is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination. The vaccines are free of charge to all individuals, regardless of immigration or health insurance status. The Harnett County Health Department is providing first and second dose vaccination appointments for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. The one-shot Johnson & Johnson(Janssen)COVID-19 vaccine which is recommended for people aged 18 years and older is also available. If you would like to make an appointment online visit the Health Department’s web site located at www.harnett.org/health click on the link for COVID-19 Vaccine Inquiry or call the Health Department at 910-814-6582. All vaccinations will be administered by appointment. The Health Department is located within the Governmental Complex at 307 W. Cornelius Harnett Blvd in Lillington.
Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine for Children and Teens: Keep them safe, in school and with friends. Getting your child or teen vaccinated is the best way to protect them, prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect family members and others. The Health Department is providing the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children and teens ages 12 and older. If you would like to make an appointment online visit the Health Department’s web site located at www.harnett.org/health click on the link for COVID-19 Vaccine Inquiry or call the Health Department at 910-814-6582. All vaccinations will be administered by appointment. The Health Department is located within the Governmental Complex at 307 W. Cornelius Harnett Blvd in Lillington.
A free COVID-19 vaccine will be available to all who want it, but supplies will be limited at first. Vaccinations are first available to groups of people who are more likely to get COVID-19 and those more likely to get dangerously sick from it. Use the links below to find your vaccine group and vaccine locations. Or learn more about how to find your spot.
Tested, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines will help us get back in control of our lives and back to the people and places we love
Scientists had a head start. The vaccines were built upon years of work to develop vaccines for similar viruses.
Tested, safe and effective. More than 70,000 people volunteered in clinical trials for two vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) to see if they are safe and work to prevent COVID-19 illness. Volunteers included Black/African Americans, Hispanics/LatinX, Asians and others. To date, the vaccines are 95% effective in preventing COVID-19 with no serious safety concerns noted in the clinical trials. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) makes sure the vaccines are safe and can prevent people from getting COVID-19. Like all drugs, vaccine safety continues to be monitored after they are in use.
You cannot get COVID-19 from the vaccine. You may have temporary reactions like a sore arm, headache or feeling tired and achy for a day or two after receiving the vaccine.
Take your shot at no cost. The COVID-19 vaccine will be available for free, whether or not you have insurance.
The Harnett County Health Department is working to safely and effectively provide vaccines in accordance with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS vaccination plan. Everyone who wants the vaccine will be given the opportunity to get vaccinated. The COVID-19 vaccine will be available free of charge. Those who are planning to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations from the Harnett County Health Department will receive the Pfizer vaccine or the Johnson & Johnson one shot vaccine.
Listed below are the phases for the vaccination plan. Individuals in Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4, and Group 5 are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Learn more about North Carolina's COVID-19 vaccination plan and your eligible group by visiting our COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility page.
Anyone that received their first dose of the Moderna or Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at the Harnett County Health Department, will be contacted by telephone and provided with the date, time and location of their second dose vaccination clinic. You will receive the same type of vaccine for both the first and second dose. Please remember to bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card with you. Individuals who received the COVID-19 vaccine through another provider should contact the provider directly for guidance on obtaining the second dosage. The second dose, like the first dose of the vaccine, will be provided at no cost. For more information visit the Health Department’s web site located at www.harnett.org/health.
The Harnett County Health Department is continually working to provide the COVID-19 vaccine and is following North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance. Officials request everyone to please be patient as they work to provide vaccination.
If you are currently in Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4, and Group 5 and would like to receive the COVID vaccine, please complete our COVID Vaccine Inquiry form. You may also call our COVID-19 hotline at 910-814-6582. Vaccinations will be provided by appointment only.
For anyone who has currently received a scheduled appointment will be seen. For others who have not been contacted or scheduled for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment, your name will be placed on a waiting list. If you have already called or emailed and provided the information requested, no additional action is needed. Please do not make more than one request by phone or through email for a vaccine appointment, one contact is sufficient.
Due to the huge response for the COVID-19 vaccine, the Harnett County Health Departments’ phone lines, call center, and website are at capacity. We are requesting everyone to be patient, including those still waiting for callbacks for vaccine appointments. The Health Department staff are working as quickly as possible to respond to each individual and schedule an appointment.