Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District

Our mission is to attain optimal health for the people of our community through disease prevention, environmental safeguards and health promotion.

-RRHD Temporarily Pauses COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics-

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to approve new COVID-19 vaccines soon as part of a 3-step approval process.

RRHD has temporarily paused all COVID-19 vaccination clinics while we wait for new guidelines, vaccine approval and arrival. We will share information on how to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine appointment as soon as possible. Follow us on social media for updates.

Routine child and adult immunization clinic appointments are still available. Thank you so much for your patience.

Wondering how to monitor the air quality in your area or an area you plan to travel to?

Check the air quality in your community by monitoring the AirNow website or the news.

Sign up for Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Air Quality Health Alerts.

 On May 11, 2023 the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Expired, but COVID-19 is not gone.  Getting vaccinated is a safe and effective way to prevent hospitalization and death due to COVID-19. Even though the PHE expired, RRHD recommends residents stay up-to-date on vaccines.

*Click here to schedule a vaccine appointment - appointments for COVID-19 vaccines at RRHD health departments are HIGHLY recommended

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  • Learn to recognize an overdose

  • Learn how to use naloxone

To schedule your naloxone training, email AskRRHD@vdh.virginia.gov or call your local health department.

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*RRHD's Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 Report Available HERE


Front cover of RRHD's Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report