COVID-19 Vaccine

The Iredell County Health Department will be offering the COVID-19 vaccine to the community at various drive-thru sites throughout the community.  We will NOT be offering the COVID-19 vaccine at the Iredell County Health Department Office.

*****At this time, the Iredell County Health Department will continue to administer COVID-19 vaccine to people in phase 1A and those 75 and over. We will hold a clinic on January 20th at Mazeppa Park, 645 Mazeppa Rd. Mooresville. We will also hold a clinic on January 21st at Hebron Baptist Church, 175 Hebron Rd. Statesville. For improved traffic control at the Hebron Baptist Church site, please approach this clinic via Tomlin Mill Road and Fairmount Rd. 


To help speed up the process, please print and complete the registration form below to bring with you to the vaccination clinic. Both clinics will start at 10 a.m. Numbers will be handed out upon arrival. Everyone that receives a number will be vaccinated.  If you do not receive a number, there will be additional vaccination clinics.***** 

Please complete FIRST PAGE of this form and print this form and bring with you to the vaccine site REGISTRATION FORM our nurses are to complete the back page. 

COVID-19 Vaccinations Prioritized Populations: Those most at risk get it first.

A tested, safe and effective vaccine will be available to all who want it, but supplies will be limited at first. Independent state and federal public health advisory committees have determined that the best way to fight COVID-19 is to start first with vaccinations for those most at risk, reaching more people as the vaccine supply increases from January to June. Keep practicing the 3W’s— wear a mask, wait six feet apart, wash your hands—until everyone has a chance to vaccinate.

Phase 1a: Health care workers fighting COVID-19 & Long-Term Care staff and residents.

If you are unsure if you qualify for Phase 1a, please click here

Health care workers caring for and working directly with patients with COVID-19, including staff responsible for cleaning and maintenance in those areas

Health care workers administering vaccine

Long-term care staff and residents-people in skilled nursing facilities and in adult, family and group homes

Phase 1b: Adults 75 years or older and frontline essential workers.

If you are unsure if you qualify for Phase 1b, please click here

There is not enough vaccine for everyone in this phase to be vaccinated at the same time. Vaccinations will be available to groups in the following order:

Group 1: Anyone 75 years or older, regardless of health status or living situation


Group 2: Health care workers and frontline essential worker 50 years or older

The CDC defines frontline essential worker as first responders (e.g., firefighters and police officers), corrections officers, food and agricultural workers, U.S. Postal Service workers, manufacturing worker, grocery store workers, public transit workers, and those who work in education sector (teachers and support staff members) as well as child care workers. 

Group 3: Health care workers and frontline essential workers of any age

Phase 2: Adults at high risk for exposure and at increased risk of severe illness

Vaccinations will happen by group in the following order:

Group 1: Anyone 65-74 years old, regardless of health status of living situation

Group 2: Anyone 16-64 years old with high-risk medical conditions that

increase risk of severe disease from COVID such as cancer, COPD, serious heart conditions, sickle cell disease, Type 2 diabetes, among others, regardless of living situation

Group 3: Anyone who is incarcerated or living in other close group living settings who is not already vaccinated due to age, medical condition or job function.

Group 4: Essential workers not yet vaccinated.

The CDC defines these as workers in transportation and logistics, water and wastewater, food service, shelter and housing (e.g., construction), finance (e.g., bank tellers), information technology and communications, energy, legal, media, and public safety (e.g., engineers), and public health workers.

Phase 3: Students

College and university students

K-12 students age 16 and over. Younger children will only be vaccinated when the vaccine is approved for them.

Phase 4: Everyone who wants a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccination.

For each COVID-19 vaccine authorized under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires that vaccine recipients or their caregivers are provided with certain vaccine-specific EUA information to help make an informed decision about vaccination. This is accomplished by providing a an EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers. The Fact Sheet is similar in purpose and content to vaccine information statements (VISs) for licensed vaccines but differs in that the EUA Fact Sheet is specific to each authorized COVID-19 vaccine, is developed by the manufacturer of the vaccine, and is authorized by the FDA.

COVID-19 Pfizer BioNTech Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients

COVID-19 Moderna Vaccine EUA Fact Sheet for Recipients

Please email for specific questions regarding your eligibility for vaccine.

For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit the NCDHHS website: