A large-scale COVID-19 vaccination clinic is opening in Fairfax County, Virginia, on Tuesday. The vaccination center is at the former Lord & Taylor store at Tysons Corner Center, at 1961 Chain Bridge Road, in Tysons, the Fairfax County government said in a statement Friday. The site will have the capacity to vaccinate 3,000 people a day, as vaccine supplies allow, Board of Supervisors chairman Jeff McKay said in the statement.
According to wtop.com, “At first, the statement said, the new center will give shots to people in Phase 1 of the vaccination process — meaning they are given priority due to their age, jobs or health conditions. Once that’s done, the center will handle people signed up under Phase 2, in which anyone 16 or older can make an appointment. Gov. Ralph Northam has ordered all health districts in the commonwealth to enter Phase 2 on Sunday.”
As per wtop.com, “You still need an appointment to get vaccinated, and Fairfax County is not participating in the statewide preregistration website or call center; you can sign up on the county’s website. Once the center starts serving Phase 2 appointments, you’ll be able to find them on vaccinefinder.org as well, the statement said. “We are excited that we can offer our residents another large-scale COVID-19 vaccination site, this time in the Tysons area, which is easily accessed by several bus routes and located within walking distance of the Tysons Corner Metro station along the Silver Line,” McKay added.”
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