There’s still plenty of COVID-19 running through Guilford County and other parts of the country, but the mad rush to get vaccinated has been over for a long time and people are seemingly much less fearful of the disease these days. One sign of a return to normalcy – or something like it – is that StarMed Healthcare has ended COVID-19 vaccinations at Four Seasons Towne Center in Greensboro.

Early in the pandemic, cars lined up for hours on end so people could get the vaccinations at the popular shopping spot, but, as of the end of July, StarMed is no longer offering that service at the mall.

StarMed will, however, continue testing services at Four Seasons mall.

People who got their first vaccine dose at the mall and who require a second dose should visit to find another vaccine location for their next shot as well as for recommended boosters.

To set an appointment for COVID-19 testing at Four Seasons, people can visit StarMed will offer testing at no cost to uninsured patients, as well as at no additional cost to insured patients: Insurance providers will be billed directly on behalf of the patient when applicable.

StarMed Healthcare was one of the providers who partnered early on with Guilford County government to get as many shots into arms as possible after the

vaccines for COVID-19 became available. Early on in the vaccination process, the county’s Health Department was flooded with calls for appointments and was seeking all the help it could find in the effort.