The COVID-19 vaccines are vital tools to help stop the spread of this virus. As vaccines become more widely available, I want to share with you the latest information on where and how you can receive yours.
The responsibility of distributing the vaccine and issuing guidance for who is eligible falls to our state and local government leaders. As your representative in Congress, I voted to pass the American Rescue Plan in March which included an additional $20 billion for vaccine distribution and am fighting to help get Virginia the resources to administer the vaccine safely, effectively, and equitably.
Every Virginian age 12 and older is now eligible for a COVID vaccine. You can schedule your appointment at a local health department clinic, mass vaccination center, community partnership site, or local pharmacy at vaccines.gov.
You can also call 1 (800) 232-0233 or the Virginia Department of Health (877) 829-4682 to schedule an appointment or ask questions about getting vaccinated. Find appointments available near you by texting your zip code to GETVAX (438829).
Local Health District Resources:
Have questions about getting vaccinated or need help accessing a vaccine? Here are some local resources to help you out.
For other COVID-19 resources, unrelated to the vaccine, I invite you to visit my COVID-19 Constituent Guide.
Fairfax County Department of Health
Lord Fairfax Health District
Loudoun County Department of Health
Prince William County Health Department
Call the PWHD COVID-19 Call Center at 703-872-7759, open Monday -- Sunday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Ask questions through email at PWHDEPR@vdh.virginia.gov
My team is here to help you find the information you need and direct you to the right place to get your questions answered. Give us a call any weekday during business hours or send an email here.