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Vaccination Information for Virginians

  • Find your eligibility phase in English and Spanish.
    Please list your race/ethnicity when you sign up for your vaccine and on the day of your appointment. We ask because this helps to ensure fair and equitable vaccine access and distribution to all Virginians.

    Asegúrese de incluir su raza y etnicidad cuando se registre para recibir la vacuna de COVID19 o el día de su vacuna. Su información ayudara a mantener acceso y distribución equitativa de la vacuna de COVID 19 a todas las comunidades en Virginia.

  • Virginia’s vaccine priority groups.
  • Frequently asked questions for Virginia’s vaccine plan.
  • Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccine timeline.
  • Information for the general public, health care professionals, and the media.
  • Call the VDH hotline 877-ASK-VDH3 (877-275-8343). Language translation services available.
  • Si usted tiene alguna pregunta llámenos al 877-275-8343.

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