Town of Fletcher, North Carolina

COVID-19 Vaccine/Testing Information-Updated 8/31

Posted on 08/31/2021

COVID Vaccine Update:

The Henderson County Department of Public Health will move its COVID-19 vaccine clinics back to the former JCPenney site at the Blue Ridge Mall due to increased demand and in preparation for boosters this fall.

Starting Sept. 1, COVID-19 vaccinations for first, second and additional doses will be offered at the former JCPenney location at the Blue Ridge Mall, 1800 Four Seasons Boulevard in Hendersonville. Individuals seeking their first dose can schedule an appointment online Monday through Friday.

Individuals who are moderately to severely immunocompromised may also receive an additional dose if they qualify under the CDC’s list of conditions. Booster shots for the broader public are not being provided at this time.

The COVID-19 vaccine clinic is open Monday through Friday from 9 to 11:45 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. Both Moderna (ages 18+) and Pfizer (ages 12+) vaccines are offered at no cost. Walk-ins are welcome, but individuals are encouraged to schedule an appointment online at www.hendersoncountync.gov/health or call 828-585-4700. There will not be a clinic on Sept. 6 due to Labor Day.

COVID Testing Update:

The Health Department has resumed sidedoor community testing by appointment only. Only PCR testing is offered and results may take 48-72 hours. Rapid testing is not available at this time. Testing is free for the uninsured and insurance will be filed for anyone with insurance. The link to schedule an appointment is at https://www.hendersoncountync.gov/health/page/covid-19-testing-information or by calling 828-585-4700. Demand for testing remains very high.
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