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The City of Williamsburg and James City County have worked together to open a vaccination clinic at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center, located at 101 Visitor Center Drive.
Vaccinations at this clinic are by appointment only; walk-ins are not permitted.
The Greater Williamsburg Clinic is not allowing walk-in vaccination appointments. Appointments will be coordinated through the Virginia Department of Health, which is scheduling people who have pre-registered at vaccinate.virginia.gov.
For appointments coordinated by the Virginia Department of Health, you will be assigned a clinic based on your location. All appointments at the Greater Williamsburg Clinic are coordinated by VDH.
We estimate that the entire process takes about 30 minutes.
The clinic at the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center is following federal and state health guidelines.
When you arrive at the Visitor Center parking lot, you will see signage that leads you to the entrance. Please stay in your car until 5 minutes before your appointment time. Staff will guide you through the process once you arrive in the building, including any questions you may have about the vaccine itself. After you receive the vaccine, there will be a 15-minute observation period to monitor for any adverse reactions.
Only children/minors or those assisting someone with a handicap or other special needs are allowed to accompany someone scheduled for vaccination at the Visitor Center. All others should remain outside or in their vehicles for the duration of the appointment.
Vaccines will be administered by Licensed Registered Nurses and EMS providers who are certified as EMT-Intermediates or Paramedics. Each provider is trained in medication administration and have had specific training on the COVID-19 vaccine being administered.
Three COVID-19 vaccines — Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen — have been authorized in the United States. Read about the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccines on the CDC website.