COVID-19 Vaccine Information and Guidance
Please note that we currently offer the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine ONLY.
COVID-19 Vaccine Availability
We are currently offering COVID-19 vaccines to all beneficiaries 16+ years old.
Vaccine Appointments and Locations
Book Your Appointment
If you are a non-active duty beneficiary, you may book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment through
the DHA Appointing Tool (DAP).
- Choose North Carolina - Ft. Bragg - Ft. Bragg Fairgrounds
Non-Active Duty Beneficiaries
Please book your appointment at Ft. Bragg Fairgrounds.
Active Duty Service Members
You should receive your vaccines at Sports USA, as directed by your Chain of Command.
Find Other Vaccine Locations
Your second dose should be through the same source you received your initial dose.
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
Cape Fear Valley Medical Center is making appointments.
Cumberland County, NC provides information on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and booking appointments to receive the vaccine.
If You Are Pregnant or Breastfeeding/Lactating
If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant and are thinking about getting vaccinated, talk with your health care professional about the vaccines’ risks and benefits.
During this conversation, you can decide what is best for you based on your risk of getting COVID‐19, your risk of getting severe disease if you become infected with COVID‐19, and general discussion about the risks and advantages of getting the vaccine.
The COVID‐19 vaccines are being offered to people who are breastfeeding/lactating. Although lactating individuals were not allowed in the clinical trials, based on experience with other
vaccines, the benefits of vaccination outweigh the very small safety concerns. You don’t have to delay or stop breastfeeding just because you get vaccinated.
Please read the pregnant or breastfeeding/lactating guidance in full
for additional information and questions to answer with your doctor.