Second dose vaccine clinics on Wednesdays
Published 10:48 am Thursday, January 21, 2021
The site for all COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Davie County will be at the Davie County Community Park on US 601 South in Mocksville.
Those who received first doses at the health department will also get the second dose at the park, not at the health department as stated on their cards.
Second dose clinics for those who received the Moderna vaccine first shots will be on Wednesdays, Jan. 20 and 27, from 1-4:30 p.m. These clinics are not open to those seeking their first shots.
The Moderna second dose can be given up to four days before the date on their vaccine cards and at any point after.
Vaccine clinics for those seeking their first shots – anyone over age 65 or a frontline healthcare worker, will be held every Friday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
When the next group of residents is eligible to receive the vaccine, it will be posted at www.daviecounty.gov, on the Davie County Health Department’s website, or by calling the emergency operations center at 336-753-6540. Registration forms, which must be completed before receiving the vaccine, are also available on the website.
The testing site has been moved to the EMS parking lot (Old Davie County Hospital on Dr. Slate Drive in Mocksville), and will be open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Enter from Hospital Street, using the parking lot entrance closest to the health department.
A Jan. 15 report issued by the health department shows 374 Davie residents suffering from the virus, with 10 of those in the hospital. To date, 2,738 county residents have contracted the virus; 28 of those have died.