VDH Chesterfield Health District, Chesterfield County Government
Feb. 11, 2021
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA — The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) Chesterfield Health District announced today that it will confirm the COVID-19 vaccine pre-registration status of those who submitted their information via the state’s When Can I Get Vaccinated tool, the COVID-19 Vaccine Inquiry Google Form or the VDH Chesterfield Health District Call Center (804-318-8207). Chesterfield County Government is assisting the VDH Chesterfield Health District with the management of related data organization.
Those who submitted their pre-registration information for the waitlist will be contacted by VDH in one of two ways:
Those who believe they have submitted their information via the When Can I Get Vaccinated tool, the COVID-19 Vaccine Inquiry Google Form or the VDH Chesterfield Health District Call Center (804-318-8207) but do not receive either the email or phone message described above by Friday, Feb. 19, may complete their waitlist pre-registration by visiting vaccinate.virginia.gov.
How to Pre-Register for the COVID-19 Vaccination WaitlistThose who have not yet submitted their information may pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccination waitlist by:
Federal Retail Pharmacy Program COVID-19 Vaccination AppointmentsIn addition to the VDH COVID-19 vaccination waitlist, other options to receive the COVID-19 vaccine are now becoming available through the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program, which is currently accessible at CVS and Walgreens locations in Virginia. All Virginians are encouraged to receive the COVID-19 vaccine however possible. However, residents should note that their VDH waitlist information does not transfer to the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program. To schedule an appointment at a CVS or Walgreens location, follow the directions available on the CVS COVID-19 Vaccine page and the Walgreens COVID-19 Vaccine page.
For more information about COVID-19 in Virginia and VDH’s ongoing vaccination efforts, visit www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus.
Avoiding COVID-19 Vaccination ScamsAs COVID-19 vaccination distribution continues nationwide, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is cautioning against a rise in vaccine-related scams. According to the OIG (PDF), some signs of such scams include:
For additional signs of potential scams as well as how to report suspected COVID-19-related fraud, visit www.oig.hhs.gov/coronavirus.