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The Virginia Health Department has a link to find out where you fit in on the vaccination list.
While the vaccine supply is limited, COVID-19 vaccines will be offered in phases. People who are most likely to have severe COVID-19 illness and workers that are essential to the functioning of society will be offered the vaccine in the earlier phases.
If you have questions about the vaccination, please call your doctor’s office or pharmacy. Information is also available on the Virginia Department of Health’s website – www.vdh.virginia.gov – and through the hotline – 877-275-8343.
(Updated - January 11, 2021)
At this time York County is not in control of any vaccine or vaccination distribution. We have offered to make the Senior Center available to the Health Department for a vaccination clinic and Peninsula Health District officials have verbally indicated that they would like to do so. We have been told by them that it may become operational by the end of the month. At this point the only people that I am aware of having received vaccinations in York County are some health care workers and a good percentage of our firefighter/paramedics. (all in the “1A” category). Those people received vaccines at area hospitals.
We are working very hard to get a better understanding of how all of this is going to unfold in the coming weeks. It is not yet clear to us who would be sent to the Senior Center for vaccines, assuming the Health Department moves forward with our offer. At this time, we suggest that you continue to monitor not only the Health Department, but the county’s web site. As soon as we know anything for certain, we will report out over all of our communications platforms.
You can find general information on our COVID-19 Connections webpage, informational Citizen News Weekly as well as a Resource page for our Business community.
We encourage you to visit individual webpages or call the department/division directly before visiting offices to be sure that they are allowing for in person visits and/or an appointment is necessary.
An Executive Order is in place to require face coverings while inside buildings. The Order shall be effective 12:00 a.m., Friday, May 29, 2020, and shall remain in full force and effect until amended or rescinded by further executive order. Read the Order here