This is not the year to skip your flu shot. We now have more than one virus to worry about.
Fortunately, one has a vaccine. Do your part to protect yourself, your family and your community from the seasonal flu – get vaccinated.
In addition to receiving a flu vaccine, please continue to wear a mask when out in public – it helps prevent the spread of flu and COVID-19. Your health – and the health of your loved ones – depend on it.
Vidant Health continues to be committed to improving the health and well-being of eastern North Carolina. Providing flu vaccinations and COVID-19 testing to the communities we serve in this unprecedented time is one of the many ways we strive to reach our mission. Click the links below for information on our drive-up flu clinics and COVID-19 testing locations in a number of counties throughout the East.
If you have questions about receiving a flu vaccine or need general COVID-19 information, please call our
Vidant is joining with other health systems across the state and nation to partner with researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Health on a COVID-19 Community Research Partnership. The goal of this study is to help the medical community better understand the pandemic and regional infection patterns in an effort to develop strategies and treatments. Anyone age 18 or older can participate in the study. Join the Fight – For You, For Me, For All.
Here are some COVID-19 health tips, community stories, and more help for you and your family.
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