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If you received a COVID-19 vaccine, you have a much lower chance of developing severe illness, hospitalization and death from the virus.
However, as the length of time since vaccination has increased, we are starting to see reduced protection, particularly for mild or moderate COVID-19 infection. As a result, following FDA authorizations, the CDC has now recommended a booster dose for eligible individuals who have received any one of the three FDA-authorized vaccines.
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Effective immediately, Fairfax County will no longer require masks for employees and the public in county government facilities, except in specific locations, such as where health or medical services are provided. Read the full post here.
The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help families and households struggling to afford internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more. More information on how to apply here.
Fairfax Water is resuming normal bill collection processes. This includes disconnection of service for unpaid bills.
If you are behind on your bill, please contact Fairfax Water to set up a payment plan or apply for assistance before your water is shut off. You must set up a payment plan before your water service is disconnected. Once service has been disconnected, your account must be paid in full before service will be turned back on.
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.
Find out more about making an appointment.
Residents may now register for a COVID-19 vaccine (when eligible) using a new Spanish form that’s now available. The English form also can be switched between English and Spanish by selecting the language in the top right of the screen.
Para comenzar: complete la solicitud de registratión para su primera dosis→
More information about vaccine phases and availability in the Fairfax Health District.
Temporary Shelter During COVID-19: In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency and the need to isolate and quarantine individuals to prevent the spread of the virus, Fairfax County has activated Emergency Support Function 6: Mass Care Health and Human Services. As a result, the county will provide Quarantine, Protection, Isolation/Decompression (QPID) emergency housing for those who have met the eligibility criteria and are unable to safely practice infection control. The Fairfax County Isolation/Quarantine Hotels are temporary sheltering sites only and do not provide health care services. This sheltering is not an alternate care site and hotel placements are available only to individuals who can do their own self-care and are independent in their care; or in the case of people experiencing homelessness, utilizing the care options available to them routinely. Health care providers will not be on-site to provide to healthcare needs. If you have additional questions about whether you meet the criteria for these temporary shelters, please call the Fairfax County Health Department Call Center at 703-267-3511.
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HOW TO HELP
Donations are NOT being accepted at the Dulles Expo Center at this time. However, many local organizations are eager provide support, and Fairfax County does partner closely with local refugee resettlement agencies to share information, establish points of contact for benefit coordination, and provide training on available programs and services. The local resettlement agencies for the Northern Virginia area are:
SERVICES FOR REFUGEES
Fairfax County is working with nonprofits and faith communities in assisting Afghan refugees who will eventually call the county their home. Afghan refugees have experienced significant trauma, uncertainty and stress during the evacuation process. It is Fairfax County’s priority to ensure that individuals and families who resettle here can access services as quickly as possible so that they can focus on rebuilding their lives and establishing support networks in the community.
Parents! Don't delay your child's immunizations. Now is the time to schedule school required vaccinations.
The Health Department offers school-required immunizations for free at select locations. Click here for locations, important information for parents, and immunization forms.
AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, Call: 703-246-7100 TTY 711.
If you are facing eviction and need assistance, contact Coordinated Services Planning at 703-222-0880.
CommonHelp is the Commonwealth of Virginia's fast and easy way to apply online for many Virginia social services assistance programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, Energy Assistance and Child Care. Through a single online site, you can find out what assistance you might be eligible for and submit one application saving you time and effort.
The website is a quick and easy way for people who live in Fairfax County to find out if they might be able to get:
It will take just 15 minutes to fill in the information about the people in your home, the money you get from a job or other sources, your housing costs, medical bills, and child care expenses.
Information you provide will stay private and safe. When you are finished, you will receive an immediate response if you are able to get help through programs like SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, i.e., food stamps), Medical Assistance/FAMIS, Child Care, TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, i.e., cash assistance) and Energy Assistance.
If you already know you are eligible for services, a Virginia Commonhelp account will allow you to quickly and easily:
Check and renew benefits
Link your account to a specific case
Report changes to your account
Update your account information
For your safety and convenience, you can drop off documents without coming into our buildings, 24-hours-a-day, every day! Outside each Fairfax County Human Services building there are drop boxes with teh Family Services logo on them. These boxes are secure and items are picked up multiple times throughout the day.
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Outdoor Drop Box Locations | Family Services (fairfaxcounty.gov)
Dental coverage is now available for adults! Smiles for Children (SFC) is Virginia's Medicaid and FAMIS dental program for adults and children. The SFC program is managed by Dentaquest. Learn more here.
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