Need a vaccine appointment? Channel 9′s Joe Bruno tracks open slots

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — More eligibility means more people fighting for COVID-19 vaccination appointments and they fill up fast, so Channel 9′s Joe Bruno is here to help.

Joe has dedicated hours of his time, both on and off the clock, posting updates about appointments so you can get vaccinated. Health officials have been reaching out with openings, and many Channel 9 viewers have tweeted messages saying they were able to book appointments through Joe’s updates.

Follow reporter Joe Bruno on Twitter to get real-time appointment updates.

Here are some highlighted upcoming clinics:

Walmart and Sam’s Club

All Walmart and Sam’s Club pharmacy locations across North Carolina are now accepting walk-in vaccine appointments, as supply allows, in addition to scheduled appointments. Appointments can be made at walmart.com/COVIDvaccine and samsclub.com/covid.

Walmart pharmacies are open seven days a week. Sam’s Club pharmacies are closed on Sunday. The pharmacies are administering the approved Johnson and Johnson, Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. Individuals are not required to be a member to receive the vaccine at Sam’s Club.

Pineville Pharmacy

311 S Polk Street, Pineville

Moderna shots available all week

Register here

Carolina Pharmacy

Rock Hill: 725 N Cherry Road #103, Rock Hill, SC 29732

Lancaster: 751 Highway 9 Bypass W, Lancaster, SC 29720

Moderna shots available.

Register here

StarMed at the Sheraton Airport Hotel

3315 Scott Futrell Drive, Charlotte, NC 28208

Pfizer shots

First and second doses (regardless of where you got your first)

Walk-ins accepted, no registration required

Monday-Thursday: 8-8

Friday-Sunday: 8-4

For more details, click here

Genesis Project 1 & Groundwater Solutions Inc. at Faith CME

457 Wellington Street, Charlotte, NC 28213

Friday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Free COVID-19 testing and vaccinations

You can register online here or in-person.

Novant Health

(WATCH: Novant Health going into vulnerable communities to administer COVID 19 vaccines)

Novant Health has launched mobile health units to bring COVID-19 vaccines into vulnerable communities across the area.

Health officials said they will be sending mobile units to priority ZIP codes in an effort to provide easier access to the vaccine. Each week, the events will be held at high-traffic locations such as grocery stories and residential areas like public housing communities and homeless shelters.

Appointments are available, but it is not required.

To learn more, click here.

Below are Joe’s latest vaccine appointment updates:

*** Some of the below appointments may have since been booked.

>> Our Channel 9 team is dedicated to keeping you informed on when and where you can get your shot in your community. Check out our Race to Vaccinate resources and coverage here.

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