On Thursday, January 14, the Prince William Health District in conjunction with Prince William County Government expanded the COVID-19 Call Center to include information on the vaccine. The call center will provide information to residents concerning COVID-19 vaccines and assist with those who do not have access to a computer, the internet, or email.  The call center hours: Monday – Sunday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 703-872-7759. Text COVIDPWC to 888777 for COVID-19 alerts. Texto COVIDPWCES 888777 for Alertas COVID-19.
** Visit Vaccine Information - Coronavirus | Prince William County (pwcgov.org) for the latest COVID-19 vaccine information.**
** Visit Vaccinate Virginia to register with the Virginia Department of Health Vaccine Registration System.**
If you want to file a complaint against a business that is not in compliance with COVID safety measures, please visit the Virginia Department of Health Online Complaint Form. 
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For the latest information on the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit the Prince William County COVID-19 vaccine page.

Visit Vaccinate Virginia to register with the Virginia Department of Health Vaccine Registration System.

COVID-19 Vaccine Townhall – March 3, 2021

The Prince William Health District conducted a town hall meeting via WebEx on Thursday, March 3, 2021, to answer questions from the public surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine. The panel consisted of Prince William Health District [...]

COVID-19 resources are available in multiple languages:

Basic prevention messages / Help prevent disease / Stop the spread of germs

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What you should know about COVID-19 to protect yourself and others

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Contact tracing is one important part of how Virginia can slow the spread of COVID-19. Watch the video to learn more.

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