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Randolph Health Allows Limited Visitors

Randolph Health Allows Limited Visitors

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ASHEBORO NC (RANDOLPH HEALTH)  – Due to the decreased COVID-19 activity in the area and admission of COVID-19 patients to our inpatient areas, Randolph Health is implementing new visitation guidelines. Beginning Monday, March 15th at 10 a.m. Randolph Health will accept limited visitors. New Visitation Guidelines: Visitors are only permitted during visiting hours (10 a.m. – 8 p.m.)Visitors needs to park in the parking garage and enter the facility through the Emergency Department.Before entering the facility, visitors will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms including a temperature check and symptom survey.If visitor COVID-19 screening is negative, they will be allowed to enter. IfCOVID-19 screening is positive, visitor will be encouraged to see their Primary Care physician and will no...
Second Dose Vaccine Clinic Scheduled For This Weekend

Second Dose Vaccine Clinic Scheduled For This Weekend

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ASHEBORO NC - It's almost time for a second shot for thousands of people in Randolph County who were vaccinated at the mass vaccination clinic last month.  A second clinic is scheduled for Saturday, February 6th, 2021, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Africa Entrance of the North Carolina Zoo according to a press release by Randolph Health. The clinic will be administering second doses only for those individuals who received their first dose during the mass vaccination clinics on January 16 & 17, 2021 at the previous clinic held the North Carolina Zoo. Eligible recipients should attend based on their original appointment time. This is a scheduled clinic and all patients must have already received an appointment to receive their second dose of vaccination. No first doses of the vacci...

Thousands Vaccinated In Randolph Over Weekend

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ASHEBORO NC - Despite a start troubled by phone systems crashing, full appointments, and changes to the state vaccine plan mid-operation, the COVID-19 vaccine rollout is picking up steam in Randolph County. "I think the vaccine rollout in Randolph County has gone fairly well, given the obstacles", said Hope Haywood who is Randolph County's Commissioner for Health, "at least our citizens were in line at RCPH at midnight the night before, waiting in their cars". Randolph County Public Health had been in the slow lane due to a limited number of vaccines and no information about when more would arrive. "Neither Randolph County Public Health (RCPH) nor Randolph Health know how much vaccine will be received, nor when it will arrive. Thus appointments cannot be made in advance except for the ...