COVID-19 vaccination is now open to everyone in Virginia ages 16 and up, and according to Three Rivers Health Director Dr. Richard Williams, there’s plenty of vaccine available for anyone who wants to get vaccinated.
Those wishing to be vaccinated may now make their own appointments without preregistering through the state.
The weekly COVID report from Dr. Williams states that teenagers age 16 and 17 who wish to be vaccinated need to be accompanied by an adult and provide proof of age, such as with a driver’s license or birth certificate.
Pharmacies, free clinics, health clinics, medical practices, health care systems and the Three Rivers Health District are all offering vaccinations by appointment, said the press release. The next local vaccine clinic will be held from 12:30 to 3 p.m. next Thursday, May 6, at Rappahannock Community College, Glenns Campus.
Local pharmacies where vaccinations are available include Walmart, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Kroger, and Mathews Pharmacy, ...
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