COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Vaccines and Boosters

The Onslow County Health Department is offering the following COVID-19 Vaccines: 

  • Pfizer (Age 5 and older) 
    • Booster available to everyone 12 years and older at least 5 months after completing primary COVID-19 Vaccination series. 
    • Mix and Match Boosters allowed for 18  years and older (Pfizer or Moderna are preferred in most situations) 
    • Teens 12-17 years old may only get a Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster. 
  • Moderna (Age 18 and older) 
    • Booster available to everyone 18 years and older at least 5 months after completing primary COVID-19 Vaccination series. 
    • Mix and Match Booster allowed (Pfizer or Moderna are preferred in most situations) 
  • Johnson & Johnson (Age 18 and older) 
    • Booster available at 2 months after receiving your initial J&J vaccine.
    • Mix and Match Booster allowed (Pfizer or Moderna are preferred in most situations) 

Please Bring your COVID-19 Vaccination Card, ID and Insurance Information

Schedule your appointment or walk in! 

For more information on COVID-19 Vaccines

To find a testing site near you visit Find My Testing Place


COVID-19 Statistical Updates and More

The below data reflect state and local statistics on COVID-19 positives cases, deaths, outbreaks and clusters, and other case demographics. This data is all reported data from local health departments to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Please be advised that some of the tables are updated daily and other weekly as you search through the statistics below. In effort to provide consistent data to citizens, the Onslow County Health Department does not share data outside of what is reportable to the state.

Also featured below are the COVID-19 Test Site Finder along with Vaccine Finder. Click Here for more information on COVID-19 or the vaccines.


Onslow County COVID-19 Exposure Decision Guide

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If you've been exposed to COVID-19 and want to know what to do the Onslow County COVID-19 Decision Guide will make it easy to decide what to do next.

Simply answer two questions regarding vaccination status and symptom status to find a suggested course of action. The form is anonymous and simply recommended as a guide for those who think they have been exposed to COVID-19.