Published On: Mon, Jul 19th, 2021

North Carolina County Starts Offering Door-to-Door COVID-19 Vaccinations

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A county in North Carolina has begun a campaign to bring COVID-19 vaccinations to people at their homes. Mecklenburg County has dubbed the effort “doses to doors.” The county’s health department “is offering COVID-19 vaccinations on demand in neighborhoods across Mecklenburg County,” the county said on its website, calling on residents to “be on the lookout for our mobile vaccination unit.” The unit is providing vaccinations on demand. People can get a shot of Pfizer’s vaccine if aged 12 or older or a Johnson & Johnson jab if 18 or older, according to a flyer about the campaign. “As we go and have those individual conversations that we know are so important and encounter someone who is ready to get the vaccine or has their concerns identified and says ‘OK let’s do it now,’ that vaccine will be available at that time,” Mecklenburg County Medical Director Dr. Meg Sullivan told …

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