Where can I go to get vaccinated?

Pharmacies

To find vaccination appointments at pharmacies in your area or around the state, visit vaccinefinder.org. Vaccines are being offered at several pharmacy chains and local pharmacies.

Virginia Health Department

The Virginia Department of Health’s Peninsula Health District, which encompasses the City of Williamsburg, James City County, York County, the City of Hampton, the City of Newport News, and the City of Poquoson — is in Phase 1C of the Virginia Department of Health’s phased distribution system. 

VDH has launched a statewide pre-registration system. This form simply records people’s contact information; it does not schedule an appointment for you. Peninsula Health District staff will contact those who have filled out the form to schedule a vaccination appointment.

The six localities on the Peninsula — the City of Williamsburg, James City County, York County, the City of Newport News, the City of Hampton, and the City of Poquoson — have worked together to open vaccination clinics in the region. In the Greater Williamsburg area, a clinic has been set up in the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center, 101 Visitor Center Drive. a clinic has been  When VDH contacts you to schedule an appointment, it will be at the location nearest your locality.

Health Systems

Some health systems, such as Riverside and Sentara, are offering vaccines to some of their primary care patients. They are contacting patients directly.

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1. How do I know when it's my turn to get vaccinated?
2. Where can I go to get vaccinated?
3. How do I schedule an appointment? / Is there a place to register for the vaccine?
4. How do I get in touch with the Virginia Department of Health?
5. I’ve received the first dose of the vaccine. How do I schedule my second?
6. What does it cost to receive the vaccine?
7. Do I get to choose which vaccine I receive?