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Vaccination Information by Jurisdiction 

RAMW Updates: We are diligently asking questions about phased vaccinations in all our local jurisdictions and are in conversation to understand what steps employers may need to take, versus individuals, in different localities. We are also seeking details on what verification is needed by employees to prove they work in the industry as they go to register for an appointment when available to them. 

This document from the National Restaurant Association Law Center addresses the legal questions that could be raised if a restaurant wishes to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of employment.

Información sobre la vacuna COVID-19 en español:

VACCINATION INFO SITE: https://coronavirus.dc.gov/vaccine

Site is available in 7 different languages!

Update as of 4/12/21

As of today, all DC residents 16 and older will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

This includes:

  • All essential employees of institutions of higher education (i.e. colleges, universities, trade schools)

  • Individuals working in construction

  • All essential employees working in information technology

Everyone should pre-register now:

Online:  vaccinate.dc.gov

Call:  1-855-363-0333

Mass vaccination sites are now open at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center and Arena Stage.  

Appointments can be made through vaccination invitations sent to registered individuals who live or work in the District (invites sent on Thursdays, Sundays, and Tuesdays at 10am). Click here to register or call 855-363-0333. If you are registered in DC but have now been vaccinated or have an appointment in another jurisdiction, the City asks that you email vaccinatedc@dc.gov to remove yourself from the list and to help others access appointments quicker. 

As the City is making progress through appointments, they are advising that at this time, ALL residents and District workers who are not yet vaccinated to pre-register, regardless of current eligibility, by visiting www.coronavirus.dc.gov/vaccinatedc or calling 1-855-363-0333

 

Three CVS pharmacies will focus on vaccinating teachers and school staff, child care workers, health care workers and DC residents 65 and older.  Two of the CVS pharmacies are in Ward 7 and one is in Ward 5.

Eligible individuals will still pre- register through vaccinate.dc.gov, but will be directed to schedule their appointment directly through the CVS website.

Restaurant and foodservice workers who live or work in the District are eligible to be vaccinated and should pre-register by clicking here or by calling 1-855-363-0333. 

A reminder that DC is releasing vaccine appointment notifications on Thursdays and Sundays at 10:00AM to those pre-registered, and on Tuesdays at 10:00AM if all appointments are not claimed.

DC advises that everyone pre-registered check their SPAM folders so they don’t miss the invitation as individuals have 48-hours to respond once invited to make an appointment. 

Under 18 with Qualifying Medical Conditions?  For District residents who are 16 or 17 years of age and have a qualifying medical condition, not an existing patient of Children's National Hospital or HSC, please pre-register for a vaccination at Children’s National Hospital by clicking here.

On employment verification: As we previously mentioned, when pre-registering for the vaccine online, you will see this noted: “If you selected any of the above work settings, you must bring verification to your appointment (work ID badge, letter from your employer, copy of provider license, pay stub or other means of verification).” Click here for a template letter that you can customize for your employees to help verify that they work at your establishment.

Sign up to get vaccine updates here.

Vaccination Appointment Guide:  This is a step by step guide on how to register.  Please click on the link below and review before going to the registration site.  

https://coronavirus.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/coronavirus/page_content/attachments/Vaccination-Appointment-Guide-1-28-2021-GENRAL.pdf

 

STATE OF MARYLAND

Update as of 4/12/21

Governor Hogan announced that all residents 16 years old and older are now eligible for vaccination through all providers.  To pre-register for vaccination at a mass vaccination site or to find a hospital, pharmacy or local health department near you to make an appointment, visit covidvax.maryland.gov, or by calling 1-855-MD-GOVAX.

 
LOCATION:  PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY MD
 

VACCINATION INFO SITE: https://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/3730/COVID-19-Vaccination

The Prince George's County Health Department is currently in Phase 3:

  • Anyone 16 and older who lives or works in Prince George's County is now eligible for vaccination.

  • Seniors and individuals with underlying medical conditions that increase their risk for severe COVID-19 illness will continue to be prioritized for appointments.

Site at Greenbelt Metro Station Now Open

Governor Larry Hogan and Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks today announced that FEMA has agreed to open a community vaccination center in Prince George’s County beginning next week.

Site at Greenbelt Metro Station Now Open - As more vaccine doses become available, the center’s capacity is expected to be up to 3,000 shots per day. This will be the first federally-operated site in Maryland, and it will utilize direct vaccine allocations from the federal government.

Governor Hogan Announces Six More Mass Vaccination Sites In Maryland:  Baltimore, Montgomery, Frederick, Anne Arundel, Howard, Harford Counties  

Governor Hogan announced today that the state will double its mass vaccination sites in the coming weeks. Montgomery County will have a mass vaccination site at Montgomery College in Germantown, operational by April 5th, and there are six other sites coming soon including Frederick County and Anne Arundel County in our region, both of which will be operational by April 12. 

VACCINATION INFO SITE: https://www.princegeorgescountymd.gov/3730/COVID-19-Vaccination

The Six Flags COVID-19 vaccination site in Prince George’s County is operated by the State of Maryland and it is open to any eligible Marylander.

For updates on appointment availability at Six Flags and other state-run vaccination sites, please visit: https://coronavirus.maryland.gov/pages/vaccine 
 

The Prince George's County Health Department is currently in Phase 1C for pre-registration only.

You must provide proof of residency or proof of employment at the time of appointment. 

 

 

 

LOCATION:  MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD

VACCINATION INFO SITE: https://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/covid19/vaccine/priority.html

Update as of 4/12/21

Governor Hogan announced that all residents 16 years old and older are now eligible for vaccination through all providers.  To pre-register for vaccination at a mass vaccination site or to find a hospital, pharmacy or local health department near you to make an appointment, visit covidvax.maryland.gov, or by calling 1-855-MD-GOVAX.

GOVERNOR HOGAN ANNOUNCES SIX MORE MASS VACCINATION SITES IN MARYLAND:  BALTIMORE, MONTGOMERY, FREDERICK, ANNE ARUNDEL, HOWARD, HARFORD COUNTIES  GOVERNOR HOGAN ANNOUNCED TODAY THAT THE STATE WILL DOUBLE ITS MASS VACCINATION SITES IN THE COMING WEEKS. MONTGOMERY COUNTY WILL HAVE A MASS VACCINATION SITE AT MONTGOMERY COLLEGE IN GERMANTOWN, OPERATIONAL BY APRIL 5TH, AND THERE ARE SIX OTHER SITES COMING SOON INCLUDING FREDERICK COUNTY AND ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY IN OUR REGION, BOTH OF WHICH WILL BE OPERATIONAL BY APRIL 12. 

Foodservice workers are now eligible.  Preregister for an appointment.

Preregister Here. If you need help with the form, call 240-777-2982.

https://montgomerycountymd.gov/covid19/Resources/Files/vaccine/vaccine-priority-groups.pdf

All vaccinations are by appointment only — no walk-ups.

You must preregister to make an appointment. See eligible priority groups.

Sign up for email/text Vaccine Updates here

Montgomery County will announce which groups are eligible through: 

NORTHERN VIRGINIA

Update as of 4/5/21

Foodservice workers are eligible now in all Northern Virginia counties. 

 

Everyone who lives or works in Virginia should continue to pre-register by visiting vaccinate.virginia.gov or by calling 877-VAX-IN-VA (877-829-4682) from 8 a.m.-8 p.m., seven days a week.

 

Location:  ARLINGTON COUNTY, VA

Update as of 4/1/21

VACCINATION INFO SITE: Vaccine Information and Updates

Governor Northam Announces Virginia to Expand Vaccine Eligibility to All Adults by April 18 as Vaccinations Continue Rising.  Foodservice workers are eligible now in all Northern Virginia counties. 

Governor Northam announced today that given VA’s accelerated speed, ALL individuals, 16 years old and older, who live or work in Virginia will be eligible for vaccine appointments by April 18. Anyone who has not should pre-register now so they can be notified when an appointment is available. To pre-register, visit vaccinate.virginia.gov or call 877-VAX-IN-VA. Assistance is available in English, Spanish, and more than 100 other languages. Reminder, Fairfax County registration is different, click here for Fairfax

Arlington County partnered with Amazon and our friends at JBG SMITH to open up a new vaccination clinic in National Landing at 2100 Crystal Drive next to some of Amazon's HQ2 office space. Appointments must be booked through the statewide pre-registration system

NOTE: Vaccines for individuals and eligible essential worker groups will be distributed in parallel.

 

Who is Receiving COVID-19 Vaccines in Arlington?

Virginia nears end of Phase 1 waiting list, begins moving to Phase 2 

View current status of vaccinations.

NOTE: The vaccines have not yet been studied in children younger than 16. They will not be available to that age group until more information is available.

On the vaccine front in Virginia the Department of Health is now advising individuals who have pre-registered for a COVID-19 vaccine through the Virginia Department of Health but haven’t gotten a shot to update their information to ensure their appointment is not delayed. Recently, the Virginia Department of Health added questions to its pre-registration form, and if an individual’s record is missing this information, it could delay their vaccine appointment. Check your pre-registration status by visiting this link.  Virginia is in Phase 1b of vaccination working through a list of essential worker industries. Phase 1b so far includes healthcare workers and those 65+ or 16-64 with high-risk medical conditions. Northam indicated today that the goal is to have moved through Phase 1b vaccinations by mid-April. 

 

 

LOCATION:  FAIRFAX COUNTY, VA

VACCINATION INFO SITE: COVID-19 Vaccine

Update as of 4/1/21

Governor Northam Announces Virginia to Expand Vaccine Eligibility to All Adults by April 18 as Vaccinations Continue Rising.  Foodservice workers are eligible now in all Northern Virginia counties. 

Governor Northam announced today that given VA’s accelerated speed, ALL individuals, 16 years old and older, who live or work in Virginia will be eligible for vaccine appointments by April 18. Anyone who has not should pre-register now so they can be notified when an appointment is available. To pre-register, visit vaccinate.virginia.gov or call 877-VAX-IN-VA. Assistance is available in English, Spanish, and more than 100 other languages. Reminder, Fairfax County registration is different, click here for Fairfax

See below for specific category details. The Fairfax Health District includes Fairfax County, the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church, and the towns of Clifton, Herndon and Vienna.

COVID-19 roll out graphic

Virginia nears end of Phase 1 waiting list, begins moving to Phase 2 

3-31-21 - What You Need to Know About Vaccination Locations in the Fairfax Health District

As the allocation of COVID-19 vaccines from the Virginia Department of Health continues to increase, the Fairfax County Health Department has been working diligently to ensure that we are administering these vaccines as quickly as possible. One way we are doing that is by partnering with local health care providers to help vaccinate eligible residents.  At Fairfax County Health Department and partner locations, vaccines will continue to be by appointment only.  Click link below for more information.

https://fairfaxcountyemergency.wpcomstaging.com/2021/03/31/what-you-need-to-know-about-vaccination-locations-in-the-fairfax-health-district/

 

To check the status of a registration in Fairfax County click here.

VACCINATION REGISTRATION

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LOCATION:  CITY OF ALEXANDRIA:

Vaccination Website:  https://www.alexandriava.gov/Vaccines

Update as of 4/5/21

City of Alexandria Moves into Phase 1c Vaccinations, Phase 2 to Begin by April 18

Update as of 4/12/21

Now Vaccinating: Phase 2

All Residents Ages 16+ and Essential Workers. Foodservice workers are eligible now in all Northern Virginia counties. 

 

AHD moved into Phase 2 on April 12 as result of increased vaccine supplies. All residents ages 16 and over are now eligible. AHD will continue to focus on large events and vulnerable communities. LEARN MORE

Visit alexandriava.gov/Vaccines to learn more, pre-register for vaccine, and update your pre-registration record. All residents are encouraged to pre-register now.

For support pre-registering for vaccine, contact the Alexandria COVID-19 Hotline on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 703.746.4988.

For media inquiries only, contact Natalie Talis, Population Health Manager, at natalie.talis@vdh.virginia.gov and 703.746.4914.