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Update: Buncombe County Providers Offering Booster Doses for Individuals Ages 5+

Updated COVID Booster Now Available

To find an Updated COVID-19 booster near you visit MySpot.nc.gov.

The Buncombe County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is located at 40 Coxe Avenue in downtown Asheville.

October 13:

Updated (bivalent) COVID-19 boosters provide better protection against the BA.4 and BA.5 subvariants of COVID-19. The Updated Boosters are now available to everyone 5 years of age and older who completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series or recived their last COVID-19 booster at leaset 2 months ago. Buncombe County Health and Human Services offers two options for getting your immunizations at our facility. First, you can call (828) 250-5096 and make an appointment that fits your schedule. We also offer a wide range of walk-in hours for your convenience. Walk-in hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between 8-11:30 AM and on Tuesday and Thursday between 1-4:30 PM. All COVID-19 vaccines are offered free of charge and translation services are available upon request.

Who is eligible for the updated booster?

  • Everyone ages 5 and older who completed their primary COVID-19 vaccine series or received their last booster 2+ months ago.

Click here for a complete list of COVID-19 Vaccination providers in your area.

To find out when you can get your booster, use the interactive tool on the CDC website.
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Which updated booster can you get?

  • Pfizer’s updated booster is authorized for people 5 years of age and older.
  • Moderna’s updated booster is authorized for people 6 years of age and older.

Vaccines Work! Be a part of our communities shield of protection by getting vaccinated against COVID-19 today. Use the tool below to find a vaccine location near you.

CLICK HERE TO FIND A BOOSTER LOCATION NEAR YOU

 

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Updated Oct 25, 2022 09:33 AM
Published Sep 24, 2021 04:31 PM


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