RICHMOND, Va (WWBT) – CVS Health will soon be able to deliver COVID-19 vaccines to eligible individuals at 36 locations across the state This is an increase over the 28 locations where vaccines were originally intended to be administered

Those eligible under Phase 1a and Phase 1b will be able to register starting February 11 CVS Health announced that the registration date and start of shots administration will be postponed to ensure vaccine availability

Registration was supposed to start on February 9, but that was pushed back to February 11 with admissions now being administered from February 12

The sites will be delivering vaccines starting February 12, and appointments will be available based on the shipments the stores receive

“The state limited rollout offering, which comes directly from the federal pharmacy partnership program, will be around Jan.000 total doses, “says a press release

Certain pharmacies are pending approval, and other CVS locations will offer the vaccine as soon as supplies become available

Patients must pre-register with CVScom or via the CVS Pharmacy app, those without online access can contact CVS Customer Service at 1-800-746-7287 Registration will begin again on Feb. 11, but only for those eligible under Virginia Phases 1a and 1b

To receive the vaccine, you must have an appointment for walk-ins not to receive the vaccine


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