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There are 2 Steps to Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment
STEP 1: CONFIRM YOU QUALIFY FOR COVID-19 VACCINATION FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT
If you answer yes to any of these questions, then you qualify to register for an appointment.
- Are you a Fairfax Health District resident ages 65+?
- Are you a health care worker who lives or works in the Fairfax Health District?
- Are you a Fairfax Health District resident ages 16-64 with a high-risk medical condition or disability that increases your risk of severe illness from COVID-19?
- Are you a childcare worker (center-based or licensed/permitted home-based), K-12 teacher or staff member who lives or works in the Fairfax Health District?
If you meet any of the above criteria AND this is your first COVID-19 vaccination appointment, you are eligible to register for a COVID-19 vaccine from the Health Department. You can complete the Vaccine Appointment Questionnaire using the link below.
- Other Phase 1A and 1B-eligible groups are being vaccinated through dedicated vaccination clinics. Find this information on our vaccination home page (click on the drop-down “How do I get vaccinated if I am eligible?”)
- Fairfax Health District includes Fairfax County, cities of Fairfax and Falls Church, and the towns of Vienna and Herndon.
STEP 2: APPOINTMENT SCHEDULING
The Health Department will email you to schedule an appointment. You will be able to choose a day, time and location for your vaccine. Learn more about the registration process.
Please note: Non-essential worker Phase 1b groups currently eligible for vaccination account for approximately 40% of all our residents over the age of 16, and vaccine demand is far greater than appointment and vaccine availability at this time. Therefore, it may take months to vaccinate people in these priority groups. This is why – even if you register for an appointment – it might take some time before you can actually schedule a slot and get vaccinated. There are plans to increase options for vaccination at pharmacies and health care provider offices as vaccine supply increases, which over time will give people more choices.
If yes, then please do NOT use this online registration form.
See below for information about scheduling second doses.
People who need assistance with registration, who need to register in another language, or who do not have proper internet access or technology for online appointment scheduling can contact our call center to register for an appointment over the phone at 703-324-7404.
Descargue una guía en español para ayudarle a completar el formulario de registro en línea. Tenga en cuenta que esta guía no reemplaza el registro en línea. Registrarse en español: 703-324-7404.
If you have already received your first dose, please do not use the registration link above.
- If you received your first dose with the Fairfax County Health Department, you are already in our system. The Health Department will send you a link to schedule your appointment 4 to 7 days before your due date.
- If you received your first dose locally (VA, MD, and DC) but not from the Fairfax County Health Department, please contact the provider/organization that you received your first dose from to schedule your second dose appointment.
- If you received your first dose elsewhere (out of state, overseas, etc.), you must call 703-324-7404 so we can evaluate your eligibility and, if appropriate, you will be sent an appointment link to schedule.
Need to cancel your registration?
If you would like to be removed from our COVID-19 vaccine registration list and don’t already have an appointment scheduled, use this online tool to cancel your registration.
If you already have an appointment scheduled and need to cancel it, use the cancellation link that was provided in your appointment confirmation email.