COVID-19 Vaccine Requests for Virginia and Other States

Virginia residents:

Virginia is now vaccinating residents age 16 years of age and older.

One MedStar Health practice, our primary care location, MedStar Medical Group at Alexandria, has received a very limited vaccine supply from the City of Alexandria Department of Health to vaccinate a small number of our eligible patients each week. Beyond this location, MedStar Health has not received supply to vaccinate patients in Virginia. However, we continue working with the local government with the goal and anticipation to vaccinate our Virginia patients at other select MedStar Health Virginia locations in the future. In the meantime, we encourage you to take advantage of all vaccine options available to you in the state of Virginia. Please visit the Virginia Department of Health website or call the Virginia Department of Health hotline at 877-275-8343 if you would like to register for the vaccine in Virginia.

We acknowledge how stressful it can be to wait for a vaccine for you or your loved ones, and hope you are comforted by knowing MedStar Health is committed to vaccinating as many of our patients as we can, as soon as we can. Information about the vaccines and eligibility is changing rapidly, so this website will serve as a good resource for you. Your health is important to us. We want you and your loved ones to be vaccinated as soon as possible. Please continue to stay safe. Wear a face mask, wash your hands, and practice physical distancing measures.

MedStar Health patients from outside the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area:

As local health departments in the United States launch new phases of extending vaccinations to the general public, MedStar Health recognizes you may be actively trying to schedule a vaccination with us. Currently, eligibility for the vaccine is determined based on the state where you live. We encourage you to visit your local or state health department website for their instructions on how to register for a COVID-19 vaccination locally. You also can check with your local primary care provider for guidance.

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