Stories tagged: "Vaccine 2021"


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My Child Is Eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine: Now What?

Here's what you need to know if you live in Virginia and are thinking about getting your younger child vaccinated against COVID-19.

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COVID Vaccines for Kids: What’s Different and What’s Next?

Pfizer got one step closer this week to offering a COVID vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 after a trial found it safe and effective.

A Second Virginia Child Dies Due to COVID-19

RICHMOND-The state health department says a child in the Rappahannock Health District died due to the virus.

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What Can Your Vaccine Card Unlock? Companies Offer Incentives.

Your COVID-19 vaccine card can now be used to access a wide variety of free programs and deals designed to encourage consumers to get the shot.

An Arlington County Vaccination Pod nurse administers a band-aid after a patient receives a COVID-19 vaccine.  Contributed photo.
What Happened to Virginia’s Mass Vaccination Sites?

DANVILLE-Why are Virginia's mass vaccination sites closing down? State officials say they're shifting the plan in order to reach people.

Northam Sets the Clock: More COVID-19 Restrictions Will Lift May 15

RICHMOND-In three weeks, more of Virginia’s COVID-19 restrictions will lift. Gov. Ralph Northam made that announcement Thursday.

Northam Aims to Vaccinate All Adults in May

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said in a press conference Monday that he's aiming to have all adults in Virginia vaccinated by the end of May.