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Where to get the COVID-19 vaccine in The T&D Region

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The coronavirus vaccine is currently being administered to individuals in Phase 1a, which includes health care workers and people 70 and older.

According to the SC. Department of Health and Environmental Control, the following sites are offering the coronavirus vaccine.

• Walmart Pharmacy #616 -- 2795 North Rd, Orangeburg. For more information, visit

• Walmart Pharmacy #3724 – 332 Stonewall Jackson Blvd., Orangeburg. For more information visit

• CVS #3572, 1535 John C. Calhoun Dr., Orangeburg. For more information, call 800-746-7287 or visit

• Doctors Care Orangeburg -- 1748 St. Matthews Road, Orangeburg. For more information, visit

• Orangeburg DHEC, 1550 Carolina Ave, Orangeburg. For more information, call 1-855-472-3432

• Regional Medical Center, 3000 St. Matthews Road, Orangeburg. For more information, call 1-833-522-8227

• Calhoun Health Department, 2837 Old Belleville Road, St. Matthews, SC 29135. For more information, call 1-855-472-3432

• Bamberg County Health Department, 370 Log Branch Road, Bamberg. For more information, call 1-855-472-3432

• CVS #3892, 18252 Heritage Hwy, Denmark. For more information, visit

In addition, Family Health Centers has announced it will be offering the vaccine at its locations.

The vaccinations will be offered at all Family Health Centers locations Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Vaccinations will be offered at the following locations:

• Family Health Centers, Inc. – 3310 Magnolia Street, Orangeburg

• Norfield Medical Center – 7061 Norway Road, Neeses

• Denmark Family Health Center – 5616 Carolina Highway, Denmark

• St. George Medical Center – 401 Ridge Street, St. George

• Family Health Center at Holly Hill – 922 Holly Street, Holly Hill

• St. Matthews Medical Center – 558 Chestnut Street, St. Matthews

• Community Medical Center – 10278 Old #6 Hwy., Vance

To schedule an appointment for the Covid-19 vaccination, call 803-531-6900. No appointments are necessary. Walk-ins are being accepted.

South Carolina, like all states, currently has limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine. Some locations that offer vaccine may not have an appointment available for several weeks, depending on their vaccine supply. Facilities receive doses of vaccine each week from the federal government.

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