Buncombe announces online vaccination registration for residents 75 and older

Press release from Buncombe County Government:

Buncombe County residents age 75 years and older can now register for COVID-19 vaccinations online. The online registration offers opportunities to register for COVID-19 immunization appointments.

While it is uncertain the total number or type of vaccines Buncombe County Health and Human Services (BCHHS) will receive from the state each week, a minimum of 500 appointments per week will be scheduled, with additional appointments added when BCHHS receives confirmation of state allotment of vaccines.

Appointments for Buncombe County residents age 75 years and older can also be made by calling 828-250-5000 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. To help residents stay safe at home and prevent the spread of COVID-19, there is no in-person appointment scheduling.

Residents 75 and older can register for vaccinations online at www.buncombeready.org. Anyone can register for COVID-19 testing at www.buncombeready.org.

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3 thoughts on “Buncombe announces online vaccination registration for residents 75 and older

  1. Jamesel

    I called the number all day long today. All I got was a “call failed” on my iPhone.

    I got a feeling we’re being lied to.

  2. Diana Flynn

    I have been trying to get an appointment with no luck, phone calls don’t go through, registration full, is there something else I could try!!!!

  3. Keith Sargent

    What happened to 65 and older being able to get vaccinations?
    Who else is ahead of us? I have an 86 year old mom who would like to get vaccinated.

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