Covid Vaccination Information

On January 6, 2021, Governor Northam announced eligible groups for the next phases of COVID-19 vaccination. Currently, Virginia is in Phase 1a which includes health care workers and people in long term care facilities. As the vaccines become more available, Virginia will move on to the other phases. An exact timeline is still to be determined.

Phase 1b will include first responders, childcare and K-12 teachers, front line essential workers in manufacturing, food and grocery, transit, postal, and adults over 65 years old.

Phase 1c will include essential workers in construction, transportation, food service, utilities, adults over 65 years old, and people ages 16-64 who have high risk medical conditions. Once these phases are complete, the vaccine will be offered to the general public (Phase 2).

The complete definition of Phase 1b and Phase 1c are available on the VDH Vaccine Page

Downloadable Fact Sheets:

How was the COVID-19 vaccine developed, approved, and manufactured?

How will the COVID-19 vaccine’s safety be monitored?

Do I need a flu shot and a COVID-19 vaccine?

How do vaccines work?

How does it feel to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine: What are the facts?

Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine: What are the facts?

What is an mRNA vaccine?

What’s in the COVID-19 toolbox?

Why do some COVID-19 vaccines need two doses?

Watch Recorded Coronavirus 19 Information sessions:

General Public Town Hall – The experts answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine

Health Equity COVID-19 Community Conversations:
Asian American and Pacific Islander community – Transcript

LatinX – Transcript 

LGBTQIA+ community – Transcript 

African-American community – Transcript 

People with Disabilities community – Transcript

Rural community – Transcript