Virginia COVID Information Center
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.
Reminder: Schedule Vaccination Appointment by Clicking Date & Location
All boosters being administered are the Bivalent Booster. According to CDC regulations, monovalent boosters will not be administered to those of age for a bivalent booster.
*** Things to note when making an appointment-- All appointment confirmations will state Pfizer, however, we will administer whichever COVID vaccine you would like when you arrive for your appointment. Also parents/guardians must fill out vaccination appointment with their information when making an appointment for anyone under 12 years of age ***
January 31st: Middlesex HD: 2780 General Puller Hwy Saluda, VA 23149 3:00pm-5:00pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
February 2nd: Lancaster HD: 9049 Mary Ball Rd Lancaster, VA 22503 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
*** Community Event - February 3rd: Calvary Baptist Church - 4506 George Washington Memorial Highway Saluda, VA 23072 10am-4pm ***
February 7th: Essex HD: 423 N Church Lane Tappahannock, VA 22550 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
February 9th: King William HD: 172 Courthouse Ln King William, VA 23085 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
*** Community event -February 11th: Sharon Baptist Church - 1413 Lumberlost Road Weems, VA 22576 10am -12pm ***
February 14th: Mathews HD: 536 Church St, Mathews, Virginia 23109 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
February 15th: King and Queen HD: 167 Courthouse Landing Road King and Queen Courthouse, VA 23085 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
February 16th: Northumberland HD: 6373 Northumberland Hwy Heathsville, VA 22473 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
*** Community event - February 18th: American Legion - 192 Watson Landing Saluda, VA 23149 1pm-4pm ***
February 21st: Westmoreland HD: 18849 Kings Hwy Montross, VA 22520 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
February 22nd: Gloucester HD: 6889 Main Street Gloucester, VA 23061 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
February 23rd: Richmond HD: 5591 Richmond Road Warsaw, VA 22572 10am-12pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
February 28th: Middlesex HD: 2780 General Puller Hwy Saluda, VA 23149 3:00pm-5:00pm Moderna and Pfizer ages 6months or older
Reminder: Testing appointments must be made by calling 804-815-4191
We have take home tests available at each local health department in the district. Rapid or PCR testing is available throughout the 10 counties in the district by request! Some local Wal-greens, Rite-aids, and CVS also have testing opportunities. (You should call the location to confirm they do testing before arrival)
Health Director's Weekly COVID Briefing for the Week of January 24, 2023
- COVID-19 cases have decreased across the United States: currently the nation is averaging about 46,400 known cases/day.
- Virginia COVID-19 cases have remained stable; latest available VDH data (now supplied weekly) shows the 7-day average is 1516 cases/day.
- The Three Rivers case daily average has remained stable at about 25 cases/day, according to latest available data.
- By CDC criteria, and according to the latest available data, Middlesex County is at HIGH COVID-19 community levels. Gloucester County is at LOW COVID-19 community levels. All other Three Rivers jurisdictions are at MEDIUM COVID-19 community levels. The CDC County COVID-19 County Check tool may be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/science/community-levels.html
- The 7-day average number of people hospitalized in Virginia with COVID-19 has decreased to 822.
- Omicron COVID-19 subvariants continue to be the cause of the current surge across the United States. 1.5 is dominant in our region, accounting for about 60% of COVID-19 cases. All Omicron subvariants have mutations in their spike proteins which allow them to evade immunity, including monoclonal antibody therapies. None of them have thus far proven to cause more severe disease. Antiviral therapies such as Paxlovid and Lagevrio remain effective. The best way to protect yourself against the evolving COVID-19 virus remains vaccination.
- Please visit http://vaccinate.virginia.gov or call 1-877-VAX-IN-VA to find COVID-19 vaccination opportunities near you. Appointment opportunities in Three Rivers Health District vaccination clinics are available at the Three Rivers Health District Website under “Three Rivers Health District Vaccination Events”: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/three-rivers/community-events-resources/. Appointments are also available by calling (804) 815-4191.