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CHHS Supports Local Health Departments with COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for Phase 1a and 1b
The College is proud to support local health departments in their efforts to crush COVID. Each county manages the vaccine clinics for their residents and has the most current information on vaccine availability and scheduling.
MAP Clinic faculty, staff, and students are supporting vaccination clinics for the Prince William County Health Department. These clinics are by appointment only. Appointments for individuals in Phase 1a and parts of Phase 1b can be made through PWC Health Department. Additional information can be found on the Virginia Department of Health site for the Prince William Health District.
CHHS faculty, staff, and students are supporting Fairfax County Health Department at on-going appointment-only clinics. Appointments for Phase 1a and parts of Phase 1b can be made through the County.
Please direct questions about the vaccine to your respective city or county. Thank you.
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News and Updates
- March 5, 2021
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- March 3, 2021
- BC 8 News (Richmond): Dr. Amira Roess is quoted related to a coronavirus study in which Mason participated.March 3, 2021
- Global News (Canada, with video): Dr. Amira Roess is interviewed about the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine shot. Dr. Roess starts at the 0:40 second mark.March 3, 2021