ARHS to host drive-thru vaccine clinics

By on January 4, 2021

Albemarle Regional Health Services will host a drive-thru vaccination clinic at Maple Park in Currituck County on Wednesday, Jan. 6 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) and Thursday, Jan. 7 (9 a.m. – 6 p.m.). This is intended for healthcare providers, first responders, and residents age 75 and up.  Here is a listing of the vaccine clinics operating on those two days.

For more information, contact ARHS at 252-338-4400.



Comments

  • Travis

    Just FYI, I called the information line and learned that the vaccines are ONLY available to residents of the county where they are being given. Don’t show up to Currituck with a Dare County address and hope to get a shot.

    Tuesday, Jan 5 @ 2:36 pm
  • Mark Jurkowitz | Outer Banks Voice

    Travis, not to confuse things further, but I asked the Albemarle Regional Health Services communications person who said that if the vaccine is available, anyone in North Carolina can get a shot at one of their clinics. She definitely said you can get a vaccine at a county other than your own.

    Tuesday, Jan 5 @ 7:02 pm
  • Diane

    Will you be turned away if age 74 not 75?

    Tuesday, Jan 5 @ 3:19 pm
  • Mark Jurkowitz | Outer Banks Voice

    I do believe for now, the requirement is 75.

    Tuesday, Jan 5 @ 7:03 pm
  • Travis

    Well thanks for clarifying: the lady I spoke to on the phone said you had to live in the county where you were getting the vaccination. Crossed wires are to be expected, I suppose. Apologies for muddying the waters.

    Wednesday, Jan 6 @ 9:46 am
  • Mark Jurkowitz | Outer Banks Voice

    No worries. You didn’t muddy the waters, Travis. I’m sure there’s confusion all around.

    Wednesday, Jan 6 @ 9:51 am
  • Michael twofeathers

    I WENT TODAY AND AFTER 2 HOURS IN LINE WAS SENT AWAY BECAUSE THEY RAN OUT. AT 1PM. WILL TRY AGAIN TOMORROW

    Thursday, Jan 7 @ 6:51 pm
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