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NC COVID-19 Vaccine Phases & Local COVID-19 Vaccine Information

NCDHHS “Find Your Spot” Website

Jackson County

“Due to the overwhelming response and overloaded phone systems, JCDPH has modified our pre-registration and appointment process. If you are in our current Phases (Phase 1a and 1b, Group 1) and wish to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, you must pre-register by calling 828-631-HELP or by completing this online form at https://forms.gle/ootm6MJgB7NC4cBx9.”

– Jackson County, Department of Public Health – 1.11.2021

Macon County

“Beginning January 19th, 2021 as follows:

Monday and Thursday – COVID-19 Testing 8:30am – 4:00pm

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday – COVID-19 Vaccination 10:00am – 3:00pm

“Macon County remains in Phase 1B, Group 1 for vaccination at this time. This group includes those who are 75 years of age or older, regardless of health status. Those who are eligible under this phase and wish to receive a vaccination, can call 828-349-2517, Option 2 to begin the registration process. Also, anyone who needs to schedule an appointment for testing can call 828-349-2517, Option 1.”

– Macon County Public Health Department – 1/12/2021

HCHF Sponsored FREE COVID-19 Community Testing Events

Pre-Registration Required – Please email info@mtnparkuc.com to register.

Cut-off for pre-registration is the THURSDAY at 5PM PRIOR to Monday testing.

Thank you for doing your part to keep your family, friends, and neighbors safe!

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LATEST NEWS

Highlands Cashiers Health Foundation Sponsors FREE Post-Holiday COVID-19 Testing

“This post-holiday timeframe is a critical time to be tested because CDC and science tells us positive cases will likely increase after travel and gatherings with family and friends. Identifying people with the virus helps to avoid a sudden spike, slow the rate of new infections, lower the overall number of cases, ease the pressure on health services, keep our schools open, workforce employed and community activity flowing.” Dr. Richard Ellin, Board member and leader of the HCHF testing project.