NHRMC is aligning its vaccination efforts to include individuals in Groups 1 and 2 including healthcare workers and older adults, ages 65+, according to the North Carolina vaccine distribution plan.
- NHRMC does not have any more appointments available for our current supply of COVID-19 vaccinations. We will announce when new appointments are available when we have additional supplies of vaccines. Please check this page for updates.
NHRMC está alineando sus esfuerzos de vacunación para incluir individuos en los Grupos 1 y 2, incluidos los trabajadores de la salud y los adultos mayores de 65 años o más, según el plan de distribución de vacunas de Carolina del Norte.
- NHRMC no tiene más citas disponibles para nuestro suministro actual de vacunas contra la COVID-19. Anunciaremos cuando haya nuevas citas disponibles cuando tengamos suministros adicionales de vacunas. Consulte esta página para conocer las novedades.
Continue to Practice 3Ws
NHRMC reminds you to practice the 3 Ws (Wear, Wait, Wash). Following these simple steps can help prevent the spread of infection and keep our community healthy.
- Wear: Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth
- Wait: Stay at least 6 feet apart from others
- Wash: Wash your hands regularly or use hand sanitizer
COVID-19 Screening and Testing
Testing for COVID-19 is available through healthcare providers, pharmacies and other agencies and organizations.
You should be tested for COVID-19 if you:
- Have symptoms of COVID-19 including fever, cough, shortness of breath, headache, new loss of taste or smell
- Have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19
- Are at higher risk for COVID-19 such as working in a high-risk setting or have attended large gatherings
FIND A TESTING LOCATION.
Latest COVID-19 News
January 04, 2021
New Hanover Regional Medical Center began vaccinating frontline healthcare workers at the highest risk of exposure against COVID-19 in mid-December 2020.
November 30, 2020
New Hanover Regional Medical Center is launching a major research study with Wake Forest Baptist Health to determine the prevalence of the pandemic in our communities.