We are updating our COVID-19 pages to reflect updated guidance from the Governor’s Executive Order 79 and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People. If you are not fully vaccinated, please keep up the protective behaviors such as wearing a mask, social distancing, avoiding crowds/poorly ventilated spaces, and washing your hands.
If you need a vaccine, find out how to make an appointment. Thank you for your patience.
Get a COVID-19 Vaccine
People 12 years and older are now eligible to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments are available at Fairfax County Health Department clinics, the Tysons Community Vaccination Center, and the George Mason University.
COVID-19 Vaccine Status
A Free Vaccine Shuttle will connect people to a new Vaccine Equity Clinic on Route 1 in Alexandria.
Did you lose your COVID-19 vaccination card? Here’s how to get a copy of your record.
COVID-19 vaccine is readily available and free. Here is what you need to know.
Have questions about your second dose? See these FAQs.
We have created a list of the most frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.
FAQ for Health Care Providers in the Fairfax Health District
Health Care Providers, please see our dedicated FAQ for answers to your questions.
Local Vaccine News
- Government Center COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic to Offer Walk-in Hours; Closed in Observance of Juneteenth
- Vaccine Equity Clinic on Route 1 in Alexandria Offers Free Transportation
- Tysons Community Vaccination Center to Offer Evening Hours; Site Slated to Close June 26
- Lost Your COVID-19 Vaccination Card? Here’s How to Get a Copy of Your Record
- COVID-19 Social Distancing and Capacity Restrictions Have Now Ended in Virginia; Unvaccinated People Should Still Wear Masks
- Memorial Day Weekend: Balancing Opportunities and Cautions Amid Declining COVID-19 Case Numbers
- As Pool Season Begins, Know the Latest COVID-19 Guidance (And Other Healthy Swimming Reminders)
- Updated COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard Now Live
- Vaccine Stories: A Fairfax Family’s COVID-19 Vaccination Decision
- Health Department and Fairfax County Public Schools to Host School-based COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics
- Governor Updates Face Covering Guidance for Fully Vaccinated People Effective May 15; Moves Up Capacity and Distancing Changes to May 28
- COVID-19 Vaccine for 12- to 15-Year-Olds Is Now Available, Here Is What You Need To Know
- Hey Fairfax County, COVID-19 Vaccine Is Readily Available and Free, Here Is What You Need To Know
- Make It Happen. Move Forward. New Northern Virginia COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign Begins
- Phase 2 Vaccine FAQs: Second Doses
- Enough Vaccine Now Available for All Residents; Visit Tysons Vaccination Center for Walk-In Appointments or Schedule Directly With Health Department
- CDC and FDA Lift Pause on J&J Vaccine
- Phase 2 Vaccine FAQs: Finding Appointments in VaccineFinder and VAMS
- Community Vaccination Center to Open in Tysons Area April 20
- New Vaccine Scheduling Process to Begin April 18; All People Age 16+ Eligible for a Vaccine in Phase 2
- COVID-19 Call Center Updates
- Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Will Not Be Administered Until Further Notice
- Vaccine Registration Now Open for All of Phase 1c
- Why COVID-19 Vaccines Are Good News for Local Businesses
- Vaccine Registration Now Open for Some Frontline Essential Workers in Phase 1c
- All Individuals Age 16+ to Be Eligible to Register for Vaccine by April 18
- What You Need to Know About Vaccination Locations in the Fairfax Health District
- Registration Now Open for All of Phase 1b
- Join the Health Department’s Team of Vaccinators
- Contacting the Health Department About COVID-19
- Don’t Fall Victim to These 6 COVID-19 Scams
- COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Form Now Available in Spanish
- Fairfax Health District Reports Above-Average Vaccination Rates of Long-Term Care Staff and Residents
- CDC Issues New Guidance for Fully-Vaccinated People
- More Vaccine Registration FAQs: Supply Update, Choosing a Vaccine, State System and More
- New Online Tool Available to Remove Yourself from COVID-19 Registration Waitlist
- What You Need to Know About the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine
- Need Help Getting to Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment? View Several Transportation Options
- What You Need to Know About Free Vaccine, Health Insurance and Admin Fees
- Understanding the Dates on Your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card
- More FAQs About COVID-19 Vaccine Registration, Including Jan. 18 Progress
- COVID-19 Vaccination Partners Expand in Fairfax Health District
- Frequently Asked Questions About COVID-19 Vaccine Registration
- Vaccine Dashboard Now Live Featuring Dose and Registration Data; Registration Status Checker Also Available
- Fairfax Health District Not Participating in Statewide COVID-19 Vaccine Registration System At This Time
- What You Need to Know When You Get Vaccinated AND After You Get Vaccinated
- Health Department Provides COVID-19 Vaccination Update to Board of Supervisors
- Vaccine Distribution Process to Follow New State Guidelines
- From the Golden Gazette: A Spotlight on COVID-19 Vaccination in Fairfax
- What You Need to Know About Limited Vaccine Supply
- Older Adults and the COVID-19 Vaccine in Fairfax
- Process for Scheduling Vaccination Appointments at Health Department Clinics
- Vaccination Registration Begins Jan. 18 for 65+ and People with Medical Conditions
V-safe is a smartphone-based tool that checks in on you after your COVID-19 vaccination. Your participation helps keep COVID-19 vaccines safe — for you and for everyone. If you got vaccinated in the last 6 weeks, you can participate in v-safe.