Fairfax County Health Department

Fairfax County Health Department This is the official page of the Fairfax County Health Department. Visit us at https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health We welcome you and your comments!

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Thanks for your willingness to get vaccinated to protect our community. Keep taking steps to stop the spread of #COVID19...
01/27/2021

Thanks for your willingness to get vaccinated to protect our community. Keep taking steps to stop the spread of #COVID19 as you wait for your turn. #StoptheSpreadDMV https://bit.ly/3bvD0SP

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 27.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/27/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 27.

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What You Need to Know About Limited Vaccine Supply-----------------------------------------The Virginia Department of He...
01/26/2021
What You Need to Know About Limited Vaccine Supply - Fairfax County Emergency Information

What You Need to Know About Limited Vaccine Supply
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The Virginia Department of Health expects to receive 105,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine each week starting this week and will be initiating a per capita distribution to jurisdictions. With this new process, the Health Department will be responsible for distributing vaccine to providers in our health district. The overall decrease in Virginia’s vaccine allocation, a result of limited supplies nationally, is going to significantly limit the pace at which we vaccinate the more than 156,000 residents in Phase 1a and 1b priority groups who have registered through the Health Department’s online application system and are currently in the queue to receive an appointment.

Unfortunately, vaccine supply remains very limited so we ask for your patience as it may take months for some people to get an appointment time.

Read about the four things to know about vaccine supply: https://bit.ly/3okOONM
✔️ Vaccine Limited Until at Least March
✔️ How Vaccines are Distributed
✔️ Cancelled Appointments
✔️ Second Dose Appointments

The Virginia Department of Health expects to receive 105,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine each week starting this week and will be initiating a per capita distribution to jurisdictions. With this new process, the Health Department will be responsible for distributing vaccine to providers in our health....

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 26.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/26/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 26.

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COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 25.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/25/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 25.

📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES

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01/23/2021

El Condado Fairfax Ahora Ofrece Mensajes de Texto de COVID-19 en Español

Para inscribirse, textear FFXCOVIDESP a 888777

Get key updates about coronavirus by text message:  📱 Text FFXCOVID to 888777✉️ Or sign up by text/email here: http://bi...
01/23/2021

Get key updates about coronavirus by text message:
📱 Text FFXCOVID to 888777
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Older Adults and the COVID-19 Vaccine in Fairfax------------------------------------------------Since the first shipment...
01/22/2021
Older Adults and the COVID-19 Vaccine in Fairfax - Fairfax County Emergency Information

Older Adults and the COVID-19 Vaccine in Fairfax
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Since the first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine arrived here in the Fairfax Health District in late December, thousands of local residents received their first dose. These include health care workers, frontline essential personnel and older adults.

Public health teams have been working to get all the available vaccines administered as quickly as possible, but it will take time to vaccinate everyone who is part of a group targeted for vaccination as it can take months to get through each priority group.

Check out:
✔️Quick Facts for Older Adults about COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments
✔️ Vaccine Appointment Tips
✔️ Vaccine and People with Disabilities
✔️ Health and Safety Measures

Read more: https://bit.ly/3sPYl2v

Since the first shipment of COVID-19 vaccine arrived here in the Fairfax Health District in late December, thousands of local residents received their first dose. These include health care workers, frontline essential personnel and older adults. Public health teams have been working to get all the a...

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 22.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/22/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 22.

📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 21.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/21/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 21.

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COVID-19 Vaccine and Vaccination Frequently Asked Questions, Part 2-----------------------------------------------The Fa...
01/21/2021
COVID-19 Vaccine and Vaccination Frequently Asked Questions, Part 2 - Fairfax County Emergency Information

COVID-19 Vaccine and Vaccination Frequently Asked Questions, Part 2
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The Fairfax County Health Department has received many COVID-19 vaccine-related inquiries. Read a few of the most frequently asked questions that have been posed by residents over the past few days: https://bit.ly/2XZOhG3

For background, Fairfax County follows vaccine rollout guidance from the Virginia Department of Health. The county is now accepting registrations to get vaccination appointments from health care workers, individuals age 65 and older, and people age 16-64 with a high-risk medical condition or disability that increases their risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

The Fairfax County Health Department has received many COVID-19 vaccine-related inquiries, so below are a few of the most frequently asked questions that have been posed by residents over the past few days. For background, Fairfax County follows vaccine rollout guidance from the Virginia Department....

Thank you to everyone who has donated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic! Moving forward, donations can be dropped off at ...
01/20/2021

Thank you to everyone who has donated throughout the COVID-19 pandemic!

Moving forward, donations can be dropped off at all Fairfax County Police District Stations: https://bit.ly/3qiXFk9. Volunteer Fairfax is moving their location and will not be available to accept donations at their current location on Page Ave in the City of Fairfax.

For any information regarding drop off locations, please call Tejas Patel.

Las pruebas para detectar el COVID-19 están disponibles en Fairfax y jurisdicciones circundantes: https://bit.ly/2J26WJP
01/20/2021

Las pruebas para detectar el COVID-19 están disponibles en Fairfax y jurisdicciones circundantes: https://bit.ly/2J26WJP

If you have symptoms or were exposed to COVID-19, please get tested. Testing is available in Fairfax and the surrounding...
01/20/2021

If you have symptoms or were exposed to COVID-19, please get tested. Testing is available in Fairfax and the surrounding jurisdictions.

Find out more: https://bit.ly/2J26WJP

#FFXCOVID

What You Need to Know if You Have Registered to Get a Vaccine Appointment:✔️40,000+ have registered w/ Fairfax County He...
01/19/2021

What You Need to Know if You Have Registered to Get a Vaccine Appointment:
✔️40,000+ have registered w/ Fairfax County Health Department
✔️Vaccine supply remains very limited
✔️We ask for your patience - may take months to get through these priority groups

More details: https://bit.ly/3nWSGnN

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 19.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/19/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 19.

📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES

We are having technical difficulty with our vaccine registration system. Our apologies. Please be patient as we work to ...
01/18/2021

We are having technical difficulty with our vaccine registration system. Our apologies. Please be patient as we work to fix this problem.

Vaccination Registration Begins Jan. 18 for 65+ and People with Medical Conditions: https://bit.ly/2XEYzeu
01/17/2021

Vaccination Registration Begins Jan. 18 for 65+ and People with Medical Conditions: https://bit.ly/2XEYzeu

Do you have COVID-19 symptoms? Do you need a COVID-19 test? There are 30+ places in our community offering COVID-19 test...
01/16/2021

Do you have COVID-19 symptoms?

Do you need a COVID-19 test?

There are 30+ places in our community offering COVID-19 tests: https://bit.ly/2J26WJP

Process for Scheduling Vaccination Appointments at Health Department Clinics--------------------------------------------...
01/15/2021
Process for Scheduling Vaccination Appointments at Health Department Clinics - Fairfax County Emergency Information

Process for Scheduling Vaccination Appointments at Health Department Clinics
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Vaccination is occurring across the Fairfax Health District, with the Health Department, Inova and Reston Hospitals working together to get eligible people vaccinated.

Take a look at Health Department vaccination efforts and the registration process: https://bit.ly/2XJl7Lj

Vaccination is occurring across the Fairfax Health District, with the Health Department, Inova and Reston Hospitals working together to get eligible people vaccinated. Here, we take a look at Health Department vaccination efforts and the registration process. The Health Department is hosting vaccina...

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 15.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/15/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 15.

📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES

Vaccination Registration Begins Jan. 18 for 65+ and People with Medical Conditions--------------------------------------...
01/15/2021
Vaccination Registration Begins Jan. 18 for 65+ and People with Medical Conditions - Fairfax County Emergency Information

Vaccination Registration Begins Jan. 18 for 65+ and People with Medical Conditions
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On Jan. 14, Governor of Virginia Ralph Northam announced that people age 65 and older and people age 16-64 with a high-risk medical condition or disability that increases their risk of severe illness from COVID-19 will be moved into Phase 1b. This group, in addition to the 75+ year population, accounts for approximately 40% of all our residents over the age of 16. At this time the Fairfax County Health Department is unable to schedule appointments for these new groups while we continue to work through the large number of individuals who have registered over the last four days and are still awaiting appointment dates.

Please note that due to limited supplies of vaccine, it may take months to get through Phase 1b. The ability to schedule appointments will depend on the supply of vaccine available. The vaccine supply in the U.S. is still very limited and is expected to increase gradually over the next months. We ask for your patience during this process. The Health Department will begin registering individuals in these new groups on Jan. 18.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/2XEYzeu

On Jan. 14, Governor Ralph Northam announced that people age 65 and older and people age 16-64 with a high-risk medical condition or disability that increases their risk of severe illness from COVID-19 will be moved into Phase 1b. This group, in addition to the 75+ year population, accounts for appr...

Vaccine and Vaccination Frequently Asked Questions, Part 1---------------------------------------The Fairfax County Heal...
01/14/2021
Vaccine and Vaccination Frequently Asked Questions, Part 1 - Fairfax County Emergency Information

Vaccine and Vaccination Frequently Asked Questions, Part 1
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The Fairfax County Health Department has received many vaccine–related inquiries. Read a few of the most frequently asked questions that have been posed by residents over the past few days: bit.ly/3oK0tXb

For background, Fairfax County follows vaccine rollout guidance from the Virginia Department of Health. The county entered phase 1B (including residents age 75+ and initial groups of front-line essential workers) on Jan. 11. This phase is running concurrent with phase 1a. The Health Department’s ongoing capacity to schedule registered individuals for vaccine will remain contingent on supply we receive from the state.

The Fairfax County Health Department has received many vaccine–related inquiries, so below are a few of the most frequently asked questions that have been posed by residents over the past few days. For background, Fairfax County follows vaccine rollout guidance from the Virginia Department of Heal...

School Staff and Teacher Vaccinations to Begin Jan. 16--------------------------------------------------------Fairfax Co...
01/14/2021
School Staff and Teacher Vaccinations to Begin Jan. 16 - Fairfax County Emergency Information

School Staff and Teacher Vaccinations to Begin Jan. 16
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Fairfax County public and private school teachers and staff can begin receiving their COVID-19 vaccinations, Saturday, Jan. 16. The Health Department has partnered with Inova, which will administer the vaccine to this group.

Vaccinations began last week for those eligible in the Phase 1B populations, including adults age 75+, people living in correctional facilities and homeless shelters, and the first two groups in the frontline essential worker categories. The third group of frontline essential workers that is now eligible includes K-12 teachers/staff and childcare workers.

View vaccination scheduling information: https://bit.ly/38IAUjE

Fairfax County public and private school teachers and staff can begin receiving their COVID-19 vaccinations, Saturday, Jan. 16. The Health Department has partnered with Inova, which will administer the vaccine to this group. Vaccinations began last week for those eligible in the Phase 1B populations...

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 14.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/14/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 14.

📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES

The Fairfax Health District is vaccinating phase 1a and priority groups in 1b. Info about future phases will be shared w...
01/13/2021

The Fairfax Health District is vaccinating phase 1a and priority groups in 1b. Info about future phases will be shared when it's available.

Visit our COVID-19 vaccine webpage: https://bit.ly/37ycWay

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01/13/2021

El Condado Fairfax Ahora Ofrece Mensajes de Texto de COVID-19 en Español

Para inscribirse, textear FFXCOVIDESP a 888777

Get key updates about coronavirus by text message:  📱 Text FFXCOVID to 888777✉️ Or sign up by text/email here: http://bi...
01/13/2021

Get key updates about coronavirus by text message:
📱 Text FFXCOVID to 888777
✉️ Or sign up by text/email here: http://bit.ly/337cThP

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 13.📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES
01/13/2021

COVID-19 case data has been updated for today, Jan. 13.

📊 VIEW DASHBOARD: https://bit.ly/2YlpMES

Las pruebas para detectar el COVID-19 están disponibles en Fairfax y jurisdicciones circundantes: https://bit.ly/2J26WJP
01/12/2021

Las pruebas para detectar el COVID-19 están disponibles en Fairfax y jurisdicciones circundantes: https://bit.ly/2J26WJP

Address

10777 Main St
Fairfax, VA
22030

General information

The Fairfax County Health Department provides services at more than a dozen sites throughout the county. Visit https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/contacts for contact information.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 16:30
Friday 08:00 - 16:30

Telephone

(703) 246-2411

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