COVID-19 Vaccine Updates: Virginia

Last updated: March 5, 2021 — 11:00 a.m.

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Virginia is in Phase 1B.

The Commonwealth of Virginia is coordinating its vaccination efforts with local health departments. The entire state is now in Phase 1B. 

By the Numbers: COVID-19 Vaccinations in Virginia

Who is eligible in each phase?

Virginia is vaccinating individuals in phases. Here are the individuals included in each phase. 

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Registering for a Vaccine Appointment Elsewhere

Until vaccine supply improves to the point where we receive some at PartnerMD, we encourage you to try to take advantage of other vaccination opportunities in the community when available, likely through your local health department.

The Virginia Department of Health is working closely with the state's local health districts to coordinate vaccinations. 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 right now. 

State Resources

  • Statewide Vaccine Pre-registration System. If you already filled out a local health district interest form, you should not need to do anything. You can confirm that you are in fact in the system using the "Check the List" tool. 
  • Virginia COVID-19 Call Center: 877-829-4682

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.

Pharmacies and Grocery Stores

Pharmacies in the state receive approximately 52,000 doses per week from the Federal Pharmacy Partnership Program. 

Hospitals

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. 

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Local Health District Resources

The state has replaced the interest forms and pre-registration process through local health districts with a statewide pre-registration system (except in Fairfax County). 

Therefore, we have removed links to any online interest forms, as they are no longer accepting submissions. We have left links to local health district websites; they remain a good source of information for your specific locality.

Central Virginia

Richmond City

Henrico County

Charles City, Goochland, Hanover, and New Kent

Chesterfield, Powhatan, Colonial Heights

Essex, Gloucester, King and Queen, King William, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, Northumberland, Richmond County, Westmoreland

Northern Virginia

Fairfax County

Loudon County

Alexandria

Arlington

Prince William

Lord Fairfax

Washington D.C.

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