What Phase is Virginia In?

Virginia will move to Phase 2 on April 18! 

This means everyone, 16 and older, who lives or works in Virginia will be eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine at that time. Some communities will make the transition into Phase 2 sooner and will begin inviting members of the general public from the pre-registration list to appointments beginning April 4. 

Check to see what phase your community is in now.  

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1. What Phase is Virginia In?
2. What Do I Do After I Get The Vaccine?
3. What is the difference between COVID-19 symptoms and seasonal allergies?
4. Where can I find Accessible Information for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing related to COVID-19?
5. Can the VDH Central Hotline schedule vaccines at our local pharmacies?
6. Is there any type of COVID-19 funeral assistance available?
7. How do the three available vaccinations compare?
8. How will I know where and when to get my second vaccine? VIDEO FAQ
9. I am registered with the Health Department. Should I put my name on the list at pharmacies or my doctor’s office? VIDEO FAQ
10. I am registered for the vaccine. When and how will I find out about an appointment?
11. Can I get a Covid-19 vaccine at the same time as another vaccine?
12. Where are they giving vaccinations?
13. Do I need to bring an ID with me to my vaccine appointment?
14. Is the vaccine free?
15. I am visiting from another part of the state. Can I get a vaccine here in the Historic Triangle?
16. Vaccine FAQ's from the Virginia Department of Health
17. Where can I find the latest York County and Virginia information about the coronavirus situation?
18. Is it a requirement to wear face coverings?
19. Are County offices open?