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COVID rates in Davie County have declined as the number of residents who are vaccinated continues to go up.  More than 10,000 Davie County residents are now at least partially vaccinated according to the state’s vaccination dashboard.

Members of Group 4, people with high-risk medical conditions or who live in certain congregate settings, are now eligible for vaccination. Groups 1 -3 (healthcare workers and long-term care staff and residents, older adults, and frontline essential workers) remain eligible and are encouraged to get vaccinated. To check your eligibility click here.

Announcements about who is eligible for each clinic will be provided here or by calling 336-754-6750 after 3:00 PM on Mondays.

Davie County Health and Human Services offers first-dose drive-thru vaccine clinics at Davie County Community Park, 151 Southwood Drive, every Friday from 10 a.m – 2 p.m. (weather permitting).

Please note that there will be no clinic on Friday, April 2 because of the Easter Holiday.

Second dose vaccine clinics are held at the Park on Wednesdays from 1 – 4:30 p.m.

The vaccine paperwork is available here and at the vaccine clinic site the day of.

You can learn more about Davie County’s COVID response here or visit the Davie County Health Department’s Facebook page for additional up-to-date information.

North Carolina’s COVID Information Hub can be found here.