UNC employees and many students are now vaccine eligible, but some are struggling to find appointments

By Kyle Mehlman, Ben Rappaport, Ava Pukatch, and Elizabeth Wheless

A healthcare worker draws up COVID-19 vaccines at the Friday Center on UNC’s campus. (Dakota Moyer / Chapelboro.com)


Faculty, students and staff across the university system may finally see a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. Thousands more North Carolinians are now eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccines, as members of vaccine group 3. That means essential frontline workers including university employees and work-study students can finally receive their shots. However, many are struggling to find appointments.

Kyle Mehlman has more.


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