Whether you are in Central Virginia or Northern Virginia, see below for our suggestions on what you should do to try and get an appointment.
Some providers, including CVS, are doing walk-up vaccinations, no appointment necessary.
Note: If you are in Fairfax County, their pre-registration forms are still open. They also launched a Fairfax County vaccine dashboard where you can see where they are in the scheduling process, check your own registration date, and see how many people remain on the waitlist.
- Richmond and Henrico residents 65+ can now schedule appointments by calling the Richmond and Henrico Health District hotline at (804) 205-3501. The hotline is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pharmacies and Grocery Stores
Local Health Districts
The state's new system is now handling the pre-registration process. However, local health districts may still provide helpful information regarding vaccines and upcoming clinics. Find a list of local health district websites below.