Virginia will move to Phase 2 on April 18
Everyone who lives or works in Virginia should pre-register so they can be notified when they are eligible for vaccination and an appointment is available. To pre-register, visit vaccinate.virginia.gov or call 877-VAX-IN-VA (877-829-4682, TTY users call 7-1-1). Assistance is available in English, Spanish, and more than 100 other languages. Videoconferencing in American Sign Language is also available at vaccinate.virginia.gov.
Check with your local health department or use the links for individual jurisdictions below to learn more: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/cov.../phase-by-health-district
Virginia is now distributing vaccinations to the Phase 1A, 1B, and 1C priority groups. While real estate is undoubtedly an important industry from an economic standpoint (something NVAR has strongly advocated for to keep the real estate industry open during quarantine), it has not necessarily been considered to be a priority industry employing Frontline Essential Workers or Essential Workers for the purposes of vaccine distribution in Phases 1B and 1C in Virginia. However, many NVAR members may fall into the Phase 1B and Phase 1C priority group criteria listed below.
For additional information on the Phase 1C priority group, please click here.
Policies are being continually reevaluated as conditions and vaccine availability change. Please visit vdh.virginia.gov or the website listed below for your jurisdiction for the latest updates.
• Long-term care facility residents and staff
• Adults 65 years and older
• Persons ages 16 through 64 years with certain conditions or disabilities that increases their risk of severe illness from COVID-19
• Other Essential Workers, which includes leasing agents and property managers, among others:
*Workers responsible for the leasing of residential properties to provide individuals and families with ready access to available housing.
*Workers responsible for handling property management, maintenance, and related service calls who can coordinate the response to emergency "at-home" situations requiring immediate attention, as well as facilitate the reception of deliveries, mail, and other necessary services.
*Workers performing housing and commercial construction related activities, including those supporting the sale, transportation, and installation of manufactured homes.
Visit these links for a clear definition and explanation by the Virginia Department of Health as to who is considered a Frontline Essential Worker or Other Essential Worker for purposes of vaccination planning:
For more guidance on COVID-19 vaccinations in Virginia, please visit: https://vdh.jebbit.com/amkwk6m1?L=Owned+Web&JC=Vaccine
Please find below a list of links to resources based on county or city of residence in order to determine your eligibility and priority for receiving a COVD-19 vaccination.
Northern Virginia Resources