Vaccine and Eligibility
Everyone over the age of 6 months old is eligible to receive a vaccine in Virginia, no matter which health district you live or work in.
The Virginia Department of Health Offers Vaccine Scheduler Assistance
Anyone over the age of 5 can receive a covid-19 vaccine. The VDH has created a tool that will help you search your area for available vaccine appointments online or you can call the call center. The call center can help you schedule an appointment, or answer questions you might have. They are available Monday through Saturday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. to take your call. Assistance is available in English, Spanish, and more than 100 additional languages. Video assistance in American Sign Language is available by clicking the "ASL NOW" on their website.
United States Department of Health and Human Services Covid-19 Vaccine Finder
Works with pharmacies and local health organizations to help schedule free covid-19 vaccines for anyone over the age of 5 that wants one.
Who should take a test and when?
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) most up-to-date testing guidance.
Where can I find a test?
Information on free tests that may be available through government services.
Place Your Order for Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests at usps.com
Local VDH Testing Sites and Community Testing Events
You can still use in-person diagnostic COVID-19 testing sites. These may include your doctor’s office, a pharmacy or health clinic, or an urgent care center. At-home diagnostic tests can be purchased over the counter, online, at a local pharmacy, or from a big-box store.
Tests available Curbside at ARLS
The Appomattox Regional Library has a limited number of free COVID-19 Antigen at-home test kits. Tests are available for those with an immediate need or who will soon need a test result.
Limit 2 per household.
Rapid test distribution is available through curbside service only.
Do not enter the building to request your kit.