The Greater Williamsburg Clinic, operating out of the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center, administered 1,615 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine this week for a total of 16,156 vaccinations since its opening on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021.
This week the Peninsula Health District, which encompasses the City of Williamsburg and James City County, moved into Phase 1C of Virginia’s phased vaccine distribution plan. Phase 1C includes an expanded list of essential workers, such as those who are in energy, water, wastewater and waste remove, housing and construction, food service, transportation and logistics, institutions of higher learning, finance, information technology and communications, media, legal services, public safety and public health. All phases are defined in detail at vdh.virginia.gov/covid-19-vaccine.
Previously, Gov. Ralph Northam announced that all Virginians age 16 and older will be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine by April 18, 2021. Please stay tuned to the City’s website and social media channels for updates on vaccine eligibility. If you are having trouble booking a vaccination appointment, call the Greater Williamsburg Clinic’s information line at 877-724-1954.
Please remember to wear a mask, maintain physical distance from others, and wash your hands. People who have been vaccinated should continue to follow these mitigation strategies.
The City of Williamsburg has posted its weekly vaccination update to its online hub, which collects the latest coronavirus information and visual data. This data includes the number of vaccinations administered at the Greater Williamsburg Clinic.