Protect the ones you love. Get Vaccinated
preventable diseases, including polio, diphtheria, whooping cough, and others. Get vaccinated today and help us keep Virginia healthy.
To find your nearest flu vaccine provider, use the vaccine finder below. All you need to do is enter the type of flu vaccine you want, choose a
location, and how far you are willing to travel in order to receive your flu shot.
Looking for COVID-19 Vaccine Information?
Visit the COVID-19 Vaccine – Virginia Statewide Pre-Registration System.
Make Sure your Baby is Born Ready. Vaccines for Pregnant Women
The CDC recommends that all pregnant women should get flu and whooping cough vaccines, even during a pandemic. Pregnancy changes how your body and immune system adapts and responds to hormones.
Getting a flu vaccine when you’re pregnant reduces in half the chance of you getting sick. It also lowers your risk of being hospitalized because of the flu by 40%. With COVID-19 cases rising in Virginia, staying healthy is more important than ever.
Use the vaccine finder below to find out what vaccines are recommended for pregnant women. You can get most recommended vaccines at your doctor’s office, at local pharmacies, health centers, and health departments.
Use the vaccine finder below to find out what vaccines your child should receive, depending on their age. The vaccine finder lets you choose the
recommended vaccines for your child between the ages of 0 to 3 months, 4 months to 6 years, 7 to 18 years, and other recommended vaccines for
people 19 and older.
Get Your Vaccines for Free
Uninsured and underinsured adults (including those who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19) are eligible for free vaccines through the
Virginia Vaccines for Adults Program (VVFA).
Uninsured and underinsured children (regardless of their parents’ insurance status) are eligible for free vaccines through the Virginia
Vaccines for Children Program (VVFC).