The clinics will be held April 22-23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Durham County Health and Human Services Building at 414 E. Main St. No appointments are necessary.
People 16 and older can receive a vaccine, although teenagers under 18 will need an adult present. The Pfizer vaccine will be offered to people under 18, and everyone else will be able to pick which vaccine brand they want as long as supplies last.
Rod Jenkins, Durham County’s health director, said this is the first walk-in event Durham Public Health has offered.
“We are excited to offer this quick and convenient option for community members to come get vaccinated,” said Jenkins. “We look forward to creating more walk-in options very soon.”
People can still make an appointment to get vaccinated at that site and others by calling 919-560-HELP (4357). You do not need to be a Durham County resident to get vaccinated through the health department.
Visitors can expect to park and walk into the building for their vaccines. Everyone will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms such as fever or cough before entering.
Get more information about vaccine clinics in Durham County or find another clinic.