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People no longer have to pre-register with State of Va. to get COVID-19 vaccine

Simply visit vase.vdh.virginia.gov and schedule your vaccination appointment with the Prince William Health District (PWHD).

Once in VASE, enter your Zip Code, then select 25-miles for the Distance Range (10-miles – too limiting, clinic options may not show). You have the option to select the vaccine type and the date and time for your vaccination.

Vaccine clinic options for the PWHD:

Manassas Mall - 8300 Sudley Rd, Manassas, VA 20109 (Moderna vaccine approved for 18 and older)

Gander Mountain in Woodbridge - 14041 Worth Ave, Woodbridge,  VA 22192 (Pfizer vaccine approved for 16 and older)

Veterans Park Recreation Center - 14300 Veterans Dr, Woodbridge VA 22191 (J&J Vaccine approved for 18 and older and Pfizer vaccine approved for 16 and older) Walk-ins are welcome.
If you are looking for an appointment with other vaccination providers, simply head to Vaccinefinder.org and enter your zip code.

Gander Mountain Accepting a Limited Number of WALK-INS a Day

Today, Thursday, April 29, the Community Vaccine Clinic (CVC) at Gander Mountain in Woodbridge started accepting walk-ins. The number of walk-ins will be limited each day dependent of appointment availability.

*For those who have a scheduled appointment for a first or second dose, your appointment date and time remains unchanged.

For any questions, you can call the Virginia’s call center at 877-VAX-in-VA (877-829-4682). The call center is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Assistance is available in English, Spanish, and more than 100 additional languages. Video assistance in American Sign Language is available at vaccinate.virginia.gov.

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