District moves into vaccine Phase 2
The Western Tidewater Health District is expanding COVID-19 vaccinations to Phase 2 on April 12. All persons 16 or older who work or reside in this district will be eligible to receive the vaccine.
“I am elated to announce Western Tidewater Health District will be moving into Phase 2 of vaccination efforts,” said Dr. Lauren James, interim health director for the Western Tidewater Health District. “This transition will allow us to connect the public with vaccinations. We encourage everyone to educate themselves and utilize the tools to be a part of the process in an organized fashion.”
Anyone who wants a vaccine should pre-register for an appointment by visiting vaccinate.virginia.gov or by calling 877-VAX-IN-VA (877-829-4682) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week. Representatives are available in English and Spanish, and translation is available in any of more than 100 languages. TTY dial 7-1-1.
Those who have pre-registered should check the list at vaccinate.virginia.gov or by calling the call center to ensure their information is accurate. Incomplete or inaccurate information could result in you not being contacted for an appointment.
If you are pre-registered, make sure you are checking your email and answering your phone, because it could be an invitation to schedule your appointment.
For more information about Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccination efforts, visit:
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