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UPDATED: COVID 19 VACCINE INFORMATION FOR WESTERN TIDEWATER HEALTH DISTRICT
UPDATED: COVID 19 VACCINE INFORMATION FOR WESTERN TIDEWATER HEALTH DISTRICT
The Western Tidewater Health District which covers the cities of Franklin & Suffolk and the counties of Isle of Wight & Southampton entered Phase 1B of our COVID-19 vaccination campaign on January 25, 2021.

Information on who falls into Tier 1B can be found here: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/covid-19-vaccine/

If you are an individual who falls into Tier 1B, please call one of the local Health Department offices to make an appointment. All appointments are full for the next two weeks. Please call after February 4, 2021 to make an appointment.

The numbers are as follows:

  • Suffolk (757) 514-4781

  • Isle of Wight (757) 279-3070

  • Franklin (757) 562-6109

  • Southampton (757) 653-3040

Unfortunately because our vaccine allocation was tremendously decreased, we will not be able to support any clinics outside of the ones mentioned above. Organization who fall into Tier 1B and wish to have their employees vaccinated will not be able to register at this time. As vaccine availability increases we hope to be able to deliver vaccine at a much faster rate.

How do Medical Offices request to provide COVID-19 Vaccine to their Patients?

If you represent a medical office that wishes to provide COVID-19 vaccine to your patients, please e mail the district's Nurse Manager Sarah Scouten at sarah.scouten@vdh.virginia.gov to start the process for registering to receive vaccine.

For all other requests, please allow one business day for a response as we are very actively responding to the on going public health emergency caused by COVID-19.

Will Drewery, PEM
Emergency Manager
Western Tidewater Health District

 

  NOTICE: Do not send personal health information through email.

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