What safety protocols are in place at the clinic?

The clinic at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center is following federal and state health guidelines.

  • Masks are required.
  • When people arrive at the Visitor Center, the clinic has four wellness stations that will check people’s temperatures. If someone scheduled to get their vaccine reads a high temperature, they will be unable to receive their vaccine and will need to follow up to reschedule. Vaccines can not be administered to those who have a fever. 
  • Vaccination stations and all seating areas are set up so participants can maintain a 6-foot distance from others.
  • There is a 15-minute observation period post-vaccination to monitor for any adverse reactions.

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1. Where is the vaccination clinic?
2. Can I get a COVID-19 test at this site?
3. Is this site taking walk-ins?
4. Do I have to go to the clinic nearest me?
5. I have an appointment scheduled. How long will it take to receive a dose of the vaccine?
6. What safety protocols are in place at the clinic?
7. What should I know about the process once I arrive?
8. I would like to have a friend/family member who is not receiving the vaccine accompany me. Are they able to come inside?
9. Who is administering the vaccines?
10. Which manufacture of the vaccine does the clinic administer?