Yes. On January 29, Hanover County opened a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic with the goal of helping the Health Department to administer vaccine distribution. The vaccination clinic is located in the former Food Lion building in the Ashland Junction Shopping Center, 140 Junction Drive in Ashland.
The County has continued to hold clinics at this location and its vaccination team and Chickahominy Health District staff are vaccinating as many people as possible based on the supply of the vaccine. The clinic’s hours of operation vary, depending on the week and the availability of doses, and appointments will be required to be vaccinated. No walk-in or drop-in vaccination opportunities are available at this time.
According to the Virginia Department of Health, nearly 19,000 doses of vaccine had been administered to Hanover residents as of February 22 and over 5,400 Hanoverians had been fully vaccinated. Hanover’s clinics are managed by Hanover Fire/EMS with the
On January 20, Hanover County established a COVID-19 Call Center with the number 804-365-3240. Employees staffing the Call Center will help you determine which vaccine group you are in and submit your information.
Last week, the Virginia Department of Health launched a statewide COVID-19 vaccination pre-registration system at Vaccinate.Virginia.gov along with a statewide COVID-19 vaccination hotline at 1-877-VAX-IN-VA (877-829-4682). The website allows individuals to pre-register online, check that they are pre-registered and access additional information on Virginia’s vaccination rollout. Someone from the Health Department will contact you to set up your vaccination appointment when it is your turn (based on the phase and vaccine supply).
If you have already pre-registered for the vaccine through Chickahominy Health District’s website or through the previous Virginia Department of Health’s website, you do not need to register again. All registrations will be merged.