Richmond City Health District

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Everyone age 5 and older can now get a vaccine!
Pharmacy. Walk-up. Online. Phone.
Any way you choose, it’s free, easy, and safe.

Language translations and TTY services are available at 1-877-VAX-IN-VA (1-877-829-4682), 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday-Friday
Servicios de traducción y teléfonos de texto (TTY) están disponibles: 1-877-VAX-IN-VA (1-877-829-4682), 8:00 AM–8:00 PM lunes a viernes. 

Questions?
Local call center: (804) 205.3501                   Email: RHHDvax@vdh.virginia.gov

LATEST NEWS

RHHD TO PAUSE CLINICAL SERVICES AT SOUTHWOOD RESOURCE CENTER

RICHMOND, VA- Richmond and Henrico Health Districts (RHHD) are pausing clinical services at Southwood Resource Center and are rescheduling patients due to some maintenance issues at the site. Services operating out of the Southwood Poolhouse (COVID-19 testing and vaccinations and community outreach) will continue as scheduled. RHHD called patients with appointments to reschedule them for another time or location and is working with...
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COVID-19 BOOSTERS NOW AVAILABLE FOR RICHMOND AND HENRICO CHILDREN AGES 5-11

RICHMOND, VA- Following the CDC and FDA approvals of Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots for 5-11 year olds, vaccination opportunities for Richmond and Henrico children are becoming available. Children will be able to access appointments through pediatricians, pharmacies, and Richmond and Henrico Health Districts (RHHD). Parents are encouraged to visit vax.rchd.com, call 804-205-3501, or check with their pediatrician or pharmacy to find an appointment. RHHD’s walk in vaccine clinics will begin offering boosters to children...
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RICHMOND CITY ENTERS MEDIUM CDC COVID-19 COMMUNITY LEVEL

RHHD AND RAA RECOMMEND OFFER HEAT SAFETY TIPS AHEAD OF HIGH TEMPERATURE WEEKEND

RICHMOND, VA- Richmond and Henrico Health Districts (RHHD) and Richmond Ambulance Authority (RAA) encourage Richmond area residents to take precautions to avoid heat related illness this weekend.

“Severe hot weather can pose risks to individuals' health,” says Jessica Coughlin, Emergency Manager at RHHD. “Folks can still have fun this summer while staying safe…
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HENRICO COUNTY ENTERS MEDIUM CDC COVID-19 COMMUNITY LEVEL

RICHMOND, VA- After weeks of having low COVID-19 community level, the CDC reported Henrico County as having moved to the medium COVID-19 community level. Although Richmond City is still reported as having low COVID-19 community level, COVID-19 cases are increasing within the city and it is likely to enter medium COVID-19 community level in the coming weeks. Richmond and Henrico Health Districts (RHHD) recommends everyone in the region...

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RHHD TO WELCOME NEW HEALTH DIRECTOR

RICHMOND, VA- After a three month vacancy, Richmond and Henrico Health Districts (RHHD) will soon have a new Health Director. Dr. Elaine Perry will join RHHD as Director on July 10, 2022. Dr. Melissa Viray, who has been serving as Acting Director of RHHD during the interim, will remain with RHHD as Deputy Director following Dr. Perry’s arrival...
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RHHD AND PARTNERS ANNOUNCE SPIKE ALERT TO PREVENT OPIOID OVERDOSES

RICHMOND, VA- Local city and county agencies in the greater Richmond area have partnered together to start Metro Richmond Spike Alert, a system that notifies the general public when spikes in opioid overdoses occur. A spike in overdoses may signify the presence of illegal or diverted prescription drugs in the community that are more potent or more likely to cause an overdose. Informing individuals that may use opioids and their loved ones of a recent spike may prevent injury and death...
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NOTICE

Employers Must Report Positive COVID-19 Cases to VDH

The Virginia Department of Labor and Industry COVID-19 standard requires all employers to report positive cases of COVID-19 to the Virginia Department of Health (VDH). The Emergency Temporary Standard mandates that the employer report positive cases within 24 hours of the discovery of three (3) or more employees present at the place of employment within a 14-day period testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 virus during that 14-day time period.

All COVID-19 case reports must be filed through the online reporting portal link below:

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