Health Department

Fairfax County, Virginia

CONTACT INFORMATION: Our administration office at 10777 Main Street in Fairfax is open during regular business hours 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Clinic services are not offered at this location.

703-246-2411
TTY 711

10777 Main Street
Fairfax, VA 22030

Gloria Addo-Ayensu, M.D., M.P.H.,
Director of Health

Vaccine Appointments

The Fairfax County Health Department is partnering with several providers to offer vaccines to individuals in the Fairfax Health District.

Please click on your appointment location below for important information.

Fairfax County Health Department Clinics (Including Government Center)

Plan ahead for your arrival

  • Arrive 10 minutes early.
  • Proceed inside at your scheduled appointment time.
  • Wear a mask the entire time, whether you are inside or outside the facility.
  • Social distancing will be maintained.
  • You may want to bring your insurance information and identification. Please note the COVID-19 vaccine is free and involves zero cost to you. You do not need health insurance to access vaccine. The federal government allows vaccine providers to be reimbursed for vaccine administration fees by a person’s public or private insurance company to help defray costs associated with this increased service. If you do not have insurance, you can still get vaccinated. Both insured and uninsured people are vaccinated free of charge. To learn more, see: What You Need to Know About Free Vaccine, Health Insurance and Admin Fees

Learn about the vaccine and what to expect

Whether you are caring for someone else who is receiving the vaccine, or getting one yourself, learn about how it is given, its risks and benefits, who the vaccine is recommended for, and what to expect after the vaccination. Get the facts:

Use V-Safe

V-safe is a smartphone tool that provides personalized health check-ins after you receive COVID-19 vaccination. It’s easy to use.

Remember, it takes two

You will require a booster vaccination a few weeks after your first appointment if you receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

  • Pfizer: You should schedule the second dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at least 21 days after the first dose, ideally on the date printed on the back of your CDC Vaccination Record Card. Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! You are responsible for ensuring that you select a date that is at least 21 days after the first dose. Not all dates shown on the schedule will be 21 days from your first appointment.
  • Moderna: You should schedule the second dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 28 days after the first dose, ideally on the date printed on the back of your CDC Vaccination Record Card. Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! You are responsible for ensuring that you select a date that is at least 28 days after the first dose. Not all dates shown on the schedule will be 28 days from your first appointment.

Please schedule your second dose directly in the Vaccine Administration Management System (VAMS), the same system you used to schedule your first dose. If you do not see appointments available, please check back as vaccination appointment days and times are frequently refreshed.

IMPORTANT: Please bring your CDC Vaccination Record Card with you to your second dose appointment!

Call us if you need us

If you have a question about your vaccination appointment, call us at 703-324-7404. Our Call Center is open seven days a week. If you are concerned about a vaccine reaction once you are home, we suggest you call your primary care provider or seek health care services as you normally would.

Pat yourself on the back!

Your vaccination puts all of us on a better path to stop the spread of COVID-19. Thank you!

If you have questions, please contact our Call Center at 703-324-7404.

Community Vaccination Center - Tysons

Plan ahead for your arrival

  • Know where to go: the Community Vaccination Center is located inside the former Lord & Taylor store on the north side of the Tysons Corner Center mall. The closest parking garage is Garage D and the closest mall entrance is through Macy’s on the ground level. Once inside the mall, stay on Level 1 and follow signs to the vaccination center. The entrance to the Community Vaccination Center is right next to Subway.
  • Plan ahead for your arrival and please arrive on time. Appointments are scheduled throughout the day to ensure social distancing.
  • At your scheduled appointment time, head inside for check-in. 
  • Wear a mask the entire time, whether you are inside or outside the facility.
  • Social distancing will be maintained.
  • You may want to bring your insurance information and identification. Please note the COVID-19 vaccine is free and involves zero cost to you. You do not need health insurance to access vaccine. The federal government allows vaccine providers to be reimbursed for vaccine administration fees by a person’s public or private insurance company to help defray costs associated with this increased service. If you do not have insurance, you can still get vaccinated. Both insured and uninsured people are vaccinated free of charge. To learn more, see: What You Need to Know About Free Vaccine, Health Insurance and Admin Fees

Learn about the vaccine and what to expect

Whether you are caring for someone else who is receiving the vaccine, or getting one yourself, learn about how it is given, its risks and benefits, who the vaccine is recommended for, and what to expect after the vaccination. Get the facts:

Use V-Safe

V-safe is a smartphone tool that provides personalized health check-ins after you receive COVID-19 vaccination. It’s easy to use.

Remember, it takes two

You will require a booster vaccination a few weeks after your first appointment if you receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

  • Pfizer: You should schedule the second dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at least 21 days after the first dose, ideally on the date printed on the back of your CDC Vaccination Record Card. Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! You are responsible for ensuring that you select a date that is at least 21 days after the first dose. Not all dates shown on the schedule will be 21 days from your first appointment.
  • Moderna: You should schedule the second dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 28 days after the first dose, ideally on the date printed on the back of your CDC Vaccination Record Card. Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! You are responsible for ensuring that you select a date that is at least 28 days after the first dose. Not all dates shown on the schedule will be 28 days from your first appointment.

Please schedule your second dose directly in the Vaccine Administration Management System (VAMS), the same system you used to schedule your first dose. If you do not see appointments available, please check back as vaccination appointment days and times are frequently refreshed.

IMPORTANT: Please bring your CDC Vaccination Record Card with you to your second dose appointment!

Call us if you need us

If you have a question about your vaccination appointment, call us at 703-324-7404. Our Call Center is open seven days a week. If you are concerned about a vaccine reaction once you are home, we suggest you call your primary care provider or seek health care services as you normally would.

Pat yourself on the back!

Your vaccination puts all of us on a better path to stop the spread of COVID-19. Thank you!

If you have questions, please contact our Call Center at 703-324-7404.

George Mason University

Plan ahead for your arrival

  • Arrive 10 minutes early.
  • Proceed inside at your scheduled appointment time.
  • Wear a mask the entire time, whether you are inside or outside the facility.
  • Social distancing will be maintained.
  • You may want to bring your insurance information and identification. Please note the COVID-19 vaccine is free and involves zero cost to you. You do not need health insurance to access vaccine. The federal government allows vaccine providers to be reimbursed for vaccine administration fees by a person’s public or private insurance company to help defray costs associated with this increased service. If you do not have insurance, you can still get vaccinated. Both insured and uninsured people are vaccinated free of charge. To learn more, see: What You Need to Know About Free Vaccine, Health Insurance and Admin Fees

Learn about the vaccine and what to expect

Whether you are caring for someone else who is receiving the vaccine, or getting one yourself, learn about how it is given, its risks and benefits, who the vaccine is recommended for, and what to expect after the vaccination. Get the facts:

Use V-Safe

V-safe is a smartphone tool that provides personalized health check-ins after you receive COVID-19 vaccination. It’s easy to use.

Remember, it takes two

You will require a booster vaccination a few weeks after your first appointment if you receive the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

  • Pfizer: You should schedule the second dose of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at least 21 days after the first dose, ideally on the date printed on the back of your CDC Vaccination Record Card. Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! You are responsible for ensuring that you select a date that is at least 21 days after the first dose. Not all dates shown on the schedule will be 21 days from your first appointment.
  • Moderna: You should schedule the second dose of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at least 28 days after the first dose, ideally on the date printed on the back of your CDC Vaccination Record Card. Do not select a date that is earlier than the date printed on the back of your card! You are responsible for ensuring that you select a date that is at least 28 days after the first dose. Not all dates shown on the schedule will be 28 days from your first appointment.

Please schedule your second dose directly in the Vaccine Administration Management System (VAMS), the same system you used to schedule your first dose. If you do not see appointments available, please check back as vaccination appointment days and times are frequently refreshed.

IMPORTANT: Please bring your CDC Vaccination Record Card with you to your second dose appointment!

Call us if you need us

If you have a question about your vaccination appointment, call us at 703-324-7404. Our Call Center is open seven days a week. If you are concerned about a vaccine reaction once you are home, we suggest you call your primary care provider or seek health care services as you normally would.

Pat yourself on the back!

Your vaccination puts all of us on a better path to stop the spread of COVID-19. Thank you!

If you have questions, please contact our Call Center at 703-324-7404.

¿Necesita un idioma diferente? Comuníquese con nostros al 703-324-7404.
Quý vị cần một ngôn ngữ khác? Hãy gọi chúng tôi tại số 703-324-7404.
다른 언어가 필요하십니까? 703-324-7404 로 전화주십시오.
您是否需要其它語言服務?請致電 703-324-7404 聯繫我們。
آیا به زبان دیگری احتیاج دارید؟ با ما با شماره ‏703-324-7404‎‏ تماس بگیرید.
کیا آپ کو مختلف زبان درکار ہے؟ ہمیں 703-324-7404 پر کال کریں۔
هل تحتاج إلى لغة مختلفة؟ اتصل بنا على الرقم: 7404-324-703.

Fairfax Virtual Assistant