COVID Vaccine Clinics & Clinic Jobs Application

Upcoming Clinics in Currituck County –

  • Wednesday, March 10 – First Dose Clinic, Maple Park near YMCA facility, 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. or until supplies are depleted.

Current Priority Groups –

How To Find a Vaccine Clinic –

  • Vaccination Waitlist – Albemarle Regional Health Services has a wait list for individuals who need their COVID vaccine. Please fill out the contact information and ARHS will contact you when it is your turn to receive the vaccine.
  • Albemarle Regional Health Services website Includes a schedule of all COVID vaccination clinics in the ARHS eight-county coverage area. Residents and property owners in these eight counties may receive a vaccination at any ARHS clinic.
  • NC Vaccine Finder Provided by the NC Department of Health and Human Services, locates additional COVID vaccine providers such as CVS or Walgreens.

Currituck County Information & Clinic Jobs – 

  • CALL CENTER:  Currituck County has a call center available to answer citizens’ questions at 252-232-2115.
  • TEMPORARY CLINIC JOBS:  Currituck County is hiring temporary, part-time employees to work at vaccination clinics. You can find more information and an online application HERE.

COVID Vaccine Information –

The COVID vaccination requires two shots, with a certain timeframe between each shot depending on the brand (Pfizer or Moderna).  When you receive your first dose, you will be given a reminder card with the suggested date for your second dose. Please bring this card with you when you return for the second vaccination shot.

  • FIRST DOSE INFORMATION:  A schedule of upcoming vaccine clinics is available online from  Albemarle Regional Health Services.  ARHS also has a recorded message of clinic schedules, at 1-833-640-7468.
  • SECOND DOSE REGISTRATION:  Anyone who needs their second vaccination shot should register online through the ARHS website at using the same county link where you received your first dose. This to make sure the vaccine brand of your second dose matches your first dose. (i.e. Pfizer or Moderna)

The date on your card noting when your second dose is due is the suggested earliest date you should receive your second dose.  It can be administered on or after that date.  The series will not need to be restarted if you receive it after that date.  ARHS will work to get all individuals as close to that date as possible.  After you register, ARHS will call you to provide information on your clinic.

You will need to bring the vaccine card you received with your first dose with you to the second dose clinic.  If you do not have your card, you may experience additional delays, or may be turned away and rescheduled because we have to verify your first dose for your safety. If you have any questions, contact ARHS at 252-338-4400.