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Posted on: February 11, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Media Release COVID-19 - February 11, 2021

For Immediate Release


COVID-19 Information

Phone: 980-432-1800

Vaccine Information

Onsite at vaccine clinics: Text rocopod to 888777 or tune into 88.7 FM for updates

Rowan County COVID-19 Case Information:

Rowan County Public Health and Rowan County Emergency Services are partnering with the Town of East Spencer to offer a 1st COVID Vaccination Clinic for tomorrow, Friday, February 12th, at the Northside Community Center (729 North Long Street) from 8:30 am to 5 pm. To make an appointment, please call 980-892-4500. This clinic is for African American and/or Hispanic individuals who are 65 years and older.

Rowan County Public Health Hosts 1st Dose COVID Vaccinations Today for Groups 1 & 2; Appointment ONLY

Rowan County Public Health is hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic today for any individual that falls into Groups 1 or 2 and who was able to make an appointment this past Monday, February 8, 2021 with Rowan County Public Health. Please see the state’s guidelines for Groups 1 and 2: 

  • Group 1: Health care workers and long-term care staff and residents
  • Group 2: Older adults (anyone 65 years or older)

Clinic Location

West End Plaza (former Salisbury Mall)
1935 Jake Alexander Boulevard, West
Salisbury, NC  28147

Traffic Flow

Please plan to enter West End Plaza from the traffic light on Statesville Boulevard (directly in front of Food Lion). You must enter the parking lot coming eastbound (heading back towards Salisbury) so that you can make a right turn into the West End Plaza parking lot. If you are coming westbound from West Innes Street or Jake Alexander Boulevard (going towards Statesville), you will be required to make a U-turn past West End Plaza on Statesville Boulevard. Please know that city/county personnel will be at the entrance of the West End Plaza to help direct you.

Insurance Cards

Please note that the vaccine is FREE to everyone; however, we are filing insurance for administrative costs. If you wouldn’t mind, please remember to bring your insurance card. Regardless of whether or not you do have insurance, please know that there will be no direct cost to you. 

Rowan County Public Health’s number one priority is to ensure that all Rowan County citizens that want a vaccine can receive it, while also balancing vaccine supply and abiding by the phased approach provided to us by NCDHHS.


Amy Smith

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