Can the VDH Central Hotline schedule vaccines at our local pharmacies?

From the VDH: If you were referred to the VDH hotline by Walmart or any pharmacy it was an error. The Vaccine Central Information Center (VCIC-the VDH Central call line) cannot assist with scheduling for the pharmacy sites. They must use the online sites set up by each pharmacy company. If you do not have internet access, you can call the VCIC 1-877-VAX- IN-VA (1-877-829-4682) An agent there will register them into the VDH database but cannot assist with registration for the pharmacy sites.

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1. Can the VDH Central Hotline schedule vaccines at our local pharmacies?
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3. I am registered with the Health Department. Should I put my name on the list at pharmacies or my doctor’s office? VIDEO FAQ
4. What groups are able to register?
5. I am registered for the vaccine. When and how will I find out about an appointment?
6. Do I have to re-register in the state's new Vaccinate Virginia portal?
7. Can I get a Covid-19 vaccine at the same time as another vaccine?
8. Is York County giving out vaccinations?
9. Where are they giving vaccinations?
10. Do I need to bring an ID with me to my vaccine appointment?
11. Is the vaccine free?
12. I am visiting from another part of the state. Can I get a vaccine here in the Historic Triangle?
13. Vaccine FAQ's from the Virginia Department of Health
14. Where can I find the latest York County and Virginia information about the coronavirus situation?
15. Is it a requirement to wear face coverings?
16. Are County offices open?