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City of High Point staff has been meeting with County and State Health officials and monitoring the spread of COVID-19, the Coronavirus. The City is taking recommended precautions and is following the guidelines outlined by the CDC. Additionally, we are taking proactive measures to promote the safety of patrons, participants, staff and our community.  

  1. 8/23/2021
  2. 11/15/21
  3. 11/16 ARPA
  4. 11/18 ARPA

The Food and Drug Administration approved the first COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine has been known as the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine, and will now be marketed as Comirnaty (koe-mir’-na-tee), for the prevention of COVID-19 disease in individuals 16 years of age and older. The vaccine also continues to be available under emergency use authorization (EUA), including for individuals 12 through 15 years of age and for the administration of a third dose in certain immunocompromised individuals.

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  1. 5/12/21
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  3. 7/27/21
  4. 8/10/21
  • With the CDC recommendation, North Carolina teens ages 12 and older can now get vaccinated with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to protect themselves from COVID-19, including preventing virus-related hospitalizations and deaths. The NC Department of Health and Human Services' State Health Director has amended the Standing Order authorizing health care providers to administer COVID-19 vaccines through an Emergency Use Authorization to include the use of the Pfizer vaccine for adolescents ages 12 through 15. To find providers with the Pfizer vaccine, go to and filter for Pfizer. 
  1. 1/4/22
  2. 1/13/22
  3. 2/18/2022

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COVID-19 Omicron Variant Transmission



HIGH POINT, N.C. (Jan. 3, 2022) – The City of High Point and Guilford County have seen a dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations due to the new Omicron variant. Although evidence shows that infections from Omicron are generally less severe than the Delta variant, the greatly increased numbers of Omicron cases are putting unsustainable stress on our health care systems. Increased infection rates are also putting added stress on our first responders and public safety officers. If local cases follow the trajectory seen in other areas, local health officials predict that the current wave of Omicron cases will likely peak in our area sometime between Jan. 9 and 14. As we begin our third year fighting COVID, I recognize that many of you are weary of the fight, but now is the time to redouble our efforts in protecting ourselves, our loved ones and our community.  
 I am calling on all High Pointers (but especially those at heightened risk) to:

- Get vaccinated or boosted

- Limit large indoor gatherings.

- Work from home if possible.

- Wear a surgical, KN-95 or N95 mask when necessary to protect yourself and others.

- Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer often.

- Physically distance from others whenever possible.

Many in Guilford County are calling for renewed mandates to combat the current surge.  I don’t believe in limiting your freedom with mandates, but responsibility is the price of freedom.  We are (still) all in this together!



The City of High Point aims to serve as the catalyst for bringing together the community’s human, economic and civic resources for the purpose of creating the single most livable, safe and prosperous community in America.

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