With over 2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine already given out in North Carolina, today our state is officially moving into Group 3 of distribution.
The state will be prioritizing teachers, child care workers, and all supporting staff.
NC will start Group 3 vaccinations beginning tomorrow (2/24). #COVID19Vaccine supply is limited, and this population is large, so we will start with child care & PreK-12 schools on 2/24. Other frontline essential workers are eligible 3/10.
— NCDHHS (@ncdhhs) February 24, 2021
Anyone who works in the following settings is now eligible for a vaccine:
• Child Care Centers
• Pre-Kindergarten Programs
• Head Start & Early Head Start Programs
• Pre-School Programs
• Family Child Care Homes
• Traditional Public Schools
• Charter Schools
• Private/Non-Public Schools
Novant Health is now providing vaccines to Charlotte teachers and support staff at 4 different locations around our city. You can schedule your vaccine appointment here at NovantHealth.org
Group 3 frontline essential workers who are working in-person at preK-12 schools or child care centers can now schedule their appointments for the #COVID19vaccine through MyChart. https://t.co/VpLGGjNwIc pic.twitter.com/JD3Geb5YcU
— Novant Health (@NovantHealth) February 24, 2021