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COVID-19 Vaccinations

Thank you for checking our website for vaccine appointments. Due to limited COVID-19 vaccine supply, we do not have any appointment links to post today, January 22, or over the weekend.

Please check this page again on Monday, January 25, at 12pm (noon), for another update.

Please note - We update this page every weekday at 12pm (noon). You may need to refresh this page around that time to see the latest update. We do not post registration links on Saturdays or Sundays. We are still working to provide a phone line for those who do not have internet access and wish to register to receive a vaccine. For answers to frequently asked questions, please visit this page.

West Virginia Residents

IMPORTANT: West Virginia vaccinations are being coordinated by local health departments. Learn more: https://dhhr.wv.gov/COVID-19/Pages/default.aspx

Online Registration for Virginia Residents

Working in conjunction with the Lord Fairfax Health District, Valley Health has Points of Distribution (PODs) in Winchester, Front Royal, Woodstock and Luray.

IMPORTANT - If you have already received your first dose through a Valley Health clinic DO NOT register for your second dose using links on this page. A private registration link will be sent to your email using the email address you provided. If you did not provide an email address, you will receive a call to schedule your second appointment.

Please Note - When there are no longer appointments available, we remove the links and mark the dates as "full."


Winchester, VA - James R. Wilkins, Jr. Athletics & Events Center, Shenandoah University

Additional clinic days will be added as additional vaccine becomes available. Location address: 1188 Ralph Shockey Dr, Winchester, VA 22602. Click here for a campus map.

Phase 1A Healthcare Workers, 1b Frontline Essential Workers and Residents age 65 and Older

This clinic is for phase 1A healthcare workers, people age 65 and older and frontline essential workers in phase 1b: Police, Fire, Hazmat, Corrections and Homeless Shelter Workers, Childcare/PreK-12 Teachers/Staff.

Please bring proper identification (essential workers, please bring your badge) and your insurance card.

  • January 22: FULL


Luray, VA – Page Memorial Hospital

Additional clinic days will be added as additional vaccine becomes available. Location address: 200 Memorial Dr, Luray, VA 22835.

Phase 1b Frontline Essential Workers and Residents age 65 and Older

This clinic is for age 65 and older. Please bring identification and insurance card.

  • January 22: FULL


Front Royal, VA – Warren County Health & Human Services Gymnasium

Additional clinic days will be added as additional vaccine becomes available. Location address: 465 W. 15th St. Front Royal, VA 22630.

Phase 1b Frontline Essential Workers and Residents age 65 and Older

  • January 21: FULL


Woodstock, VA – Shenandoah Memorial Hospital

  • January 21: FULL

For answers to frequently asked questions, please visit this page.

Vaccine Information

The Virginia Department of Health has authorized the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to additional populations in group 1B. Because the allotment of vaccine being made available to the Lord Fairfax Health District and Valley Health is limited, we will need to prioritize the group 1B list and open vaccines up to:

  • Individuals aged 65 and over
  • Police, Fire, Hazmat and Corrections workers
  • Homeless shelter workers
  • Childcare/K-12 teachers and staff

Other members in group 1b will be offered vaccines once supplies become available.

For more information on Virginia’s Phase 1B plan visit: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/covid-19-vaccine/

Preparing for Your Vaccination

Please note the following before arrival:

  • Please bring photo ID that indicates in which of the above groups you fall.
    • For example, if you work with a school system, bring your employee ID badge, and if you are 65 and older, please bring ID with your date of birth.
  • Wear short sleeves or a shirt that provides easy access to your upper arm
  • Be prepared for the vaccine process (including registration) to take about an hour

You may not be able to get the vaccine if you:

  • Are currently having COVID-19 symptoms
  • Have had any other vaccine(s) in the last 14 days
  • Have had a severe allergic reaction that required medical intervention
  • Allergic to any component of the COVID-19 vaccine

This is a very fluid process and new information will be communicated on this web page as soon as it is available. For answers to frequently asked questions, please visit this page.