Adults at least 70 years old can begin scheduling appointments for COVID-19 vaccines Wednesday.
The state Department of Health and Environmental Control announced that a statewide map of locations currently taking appointments for vaccinations will be posted at scdhec.gov/vaxlocator on Wednesday.
DHEC said some facilities may not have immediate access to the vaccine, and availability will vary by location.
SC residency is not required to receive the vaccine, but appointments should be scheduled. Walk-in patients may not be able to receive the vaccine, according to DHEC.
MUSC officials said those aged 70 and older can sign up now for vaccine reservations by visiting muschealth.org/vaccine-1a. Those signing up may be asked to provide documentation to prove eligibility.
Roper St. Francis Healthcare said Tuesday that instructions on how to sign up for a vaccine would be posted by Jan. 20.
Information for local Trident Health facilities was not immediately available.
Not finding the info you need? All vaccination locations will be posted on a new map published Wednesday at scdhec.gov/vaxlocator.
Individuals can also call DHEC’s Care Line at 1-855-472-3432 for assistance in locating contact information for clinics. Appointments cannot be made through DHEC’s interactive map or Care Line.