Welcome to Three Rivers Health District

Virginia COVID Information Center

1-877-VAX-IN-VA • Mon-Fri 8am-6pm
1-877-829-4682

Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has released his COVID-19 Action Plan and is encouraging all eligible Virginians to consider getting vaccinated. 

 

COVID-19 vaccinations and testing are available at Three Rivers Health District locations.  Testing appointments should be made by calling 804-815-4191.  Vaccination appointments can be made by clicking the link for the vaccination event below or by calling 804-815-4191.  Residents of the Three Rivers Health District who are unable to leave their home to receive the COVID-19 vaccine are eligible to be vaccinated for free at home. Interested participants can call (804) 815-4191 to schedule an appointment.  Please see Three Rivers' vaccine clinic schedule below in addition to other options to get vaccinated.  Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order free at-⁠home COVID-⁠19 tests, which may be ordered here and usually ship within 7 to 12 days. 

The FDA has authorized and CDC has updated recommendations to allow for immunocompromised and certain adults the choice to receive a 2nd booster dose of an mRNA vaccine. These recommendations allow persons who may be at increased risk to severe outcomes due to COVID-19 to receive additional protection. People should assess their own personal risk and are encouraged to consult with a healthcare provider on what would be best for their situation.

Health Director's Weekly COVID Briefing for the Week of May 9, 2022

 

If you have an appointment at the Health Department:

Please stay in your vehicle and call us at 804.758.2381

We will arrange to meet you via appointment or to provide service by telephone or email.

If you have a fever or cough, please return home and visit us when you are well.

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THREE RIVERS HEALTH DISTRICT is a 10 county Virginia Department of Health district for Virginia’s beautiful Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula regions. This 2,000 square mile area is located between the waters of the Potomac, Rappahannock, and York Rivers and borders the Chesapeake Bay on the east. Our public health professionals serve a population of approximately 140,000, including 2 Native American reservations, 9 incorporated towns, and a large number of visitors.

Whether you are a resident here, just visiting the area, or thinking of relocating your family or business, I hope that you will take time to explore our website and Annual Report to see the many ways our health professionals keep our communities and shorelines healthy and safe. Building healthy communities is our mission.