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COVID-19 Vaccinations

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Apple Blossom Mall Clinic Details

Walk in or book an appointment at our Apple Blossom Mall clinic beginning May 12 for COVID-19 vaccines (first and second doses). The site, located within a store between Victoria’s Secret and LensCrafters, will be open three days a week, Monday and Wednesday 11am-8pm, and Saturday 10am-9pm. The most convenient entrance is near H&R Block or LensCrafters.

To schedule an appointment, use button below. The mall clinic/vaccine type (may vary by day) will display and you can select a date and time. Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are currently available to anyone 16 and up. Moderna vaccines are available to anyone 18 and up.

Find Other Clinics

Use the Virginia Department of Health Vaccine Finder to find another clinic near you.

Go to Vaccine Finder

Need your second dose? Visit valleyhealthlink.com/seconddose.

COVID-19 Vaccines are Safe and Effective

Here's what you need to know:

  • Once you are vaccinated your risk of dying from Covid is dramatically reduced
  • Once you are vaccinated your risk of getting hospitalized for Covid is dramatically reduced
  • Over 100 Million shots have been given so far
  • You can’t get Covid from the vaccine
  • There are no known deaths from the Covid vaccine

Please note - CDC and the U.S. FDA has recommend use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine resume in the United States after a temporary pause.

COVID-19 is Dangerous: Over 500,000 Americans Have Died

  • Know what puts you and your family at risk:
    • Public facing jobs
    • Many people living closely together
    • Health issues like diabetes, heart disease and lung disease
  • Communities of Color continue to be hit harder than other communities by this disease

Still Have Questions?

As part of a partnership between the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association (VHHA) and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH), Valley Health healthcare professionals help answer common questions patients may have before receiving their vaccine. Click to watch each individual video:

Protect yourself. Protect your family. Protect your community.

The facts are clear. COVID-19 is dangerous and the vaccine is safe and effective. When it’s your turn, take your shot!

John David Smith, Jr., Mayor of Winchester, VA

It’s Worth It To Keep Our Community Safe

Make a Plan to Get Vaccinated

Get the Vaccine When It's Available To You

The Virginia Department of Health encourages those receiving the vaccine to get the first vaccine available to them. Valley Health representatives are scheduling vaccine appointments for those who have pre-registered through the Virginia Department of Health. Please make sure you are pre-registered through vaccinate.virginia.gov.

If you receive an appointment scheduling link, please do not share it with others. We are aware that people continue to share appointment scheduling links inappropriately. Please respect this process as we move through the population as efficiently as possible.

Valley Health Vaccine Clinics Include:

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

Location address: 1188 Ralph Shockey Dr, Winchester, VA 22602. Click here for a campus map.

Luray, VA – Luray Veteran of Foreign Wars (VFW) Building

Location address: 218 Veterans Ln, Luray, VA 22835.

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

Location address:465 W. 15th St. Front Royal, VA 22630.

Woodstock, VA – Shenandoah Memorial Hospital

Location address: 759 S Main St, Woodstock, VA 22664.

Want to volunteer at a Valley Health vaccine clinic? Click here.

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 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

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