COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at preventing you from getting sick with COVID-19. Learn more about vaccination using trusted and reliable resources so that you are ready when it’s your turn to get vaccinated.
On 4/6/21, President Gregory Washington announced that Mason has received the go-ahead to begin vaccinating faculty and staff this weekend, and students later this month. Faculty and staff should check their Mason email for a message from the Office of Safety, Emergency, and Enterprise Risk Management with information about signing-up for an appointment. To read President Washington’s message, visit https://www2.gmu.edu/news/2021-04/president-washington-announces-plan-begin-vaccinating-mason-community-reminds-people.
Visit the Office of Safety, Emergency, and Risk Management for FAQ about the Mason COVID-19 vaccine clinics.
Fairfax Health District
When eligible, those residing in or working in Fairfax County, the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church, and the towns of Vienna, Herndon and Clifton, can visit the Fairfax Health District website to register for vaccination. Those in the Fairfax Health District who need assistance with registration, who need to register in another language, or who do not have proper internet access or technology for online appointment scheduling can call to register for an appointment at 703-324-7404.
Visit the health department FAQ page for information about phases, scheduling, and other logistic questions: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/novel-coronavirus/vaccine-faq-public
Virginia Department of Health
Virginia is in Phase 1a -1c for vaccine administration. Virginia plans to move to Phase 2 on April 18 – meaning Virginians, ages 16 and older, will be eligible for vaccination.
Learn how to get your shot at Vaccinate.Virginia.gov or call 1-877-829-4682. Language translation and TTY services available.
Infórmese de cómo obtener su vacuna visitando Vaccinate.Virginia.gov o llamando 1-877-829-4682. Servicios de traducción y teléfonos de texto (TTY) están disponibles.
Additional vaccine appointments may also be available at pharmacies for those eligible through VaccineFinder.org.
Stay informed via your local health department for area-specific information on vaccine administration.
Learn More About the Vaccines
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/index.html
Fairfax County Health Department: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/health/novel-coronavirus/vaccine
Some COVID Vaccine Quick Facts – document prepared by Student Health Services
What to Expect at Your Vaccine Appointment document from the CDC (select language version):