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COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Update

WVU Medicine East is helping JCHD schedule appointments for this week’s vaccine clinics (3/1-3/5). They are sending emails to anyone that had an email address listed on our waitlist. The email will say “WV COVID-19 Vaccine”. There will be a link in the email to use for scheduling your appointment. If you have already received your COVID vaccine, please reply back to the email, so they can remove you from future emails. They are also using a call center to call anyone that did not have an email address listed. Emails started going out the morning of 03/02/21 and will continue to be sent through 03/03/21.
After we have scheduled everyone from our waitlist, they will move on to Jefferson County residents ages 65 and older in Everbridge (the statewide pre-registration list). If you have not already done so, register online here or by calling 833-734-0965.

Berkeley County 2nd Dose COVID Vaccine Clinic ALERT

Berkeley County 2nd Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

ALERT: Appointments for the Berkeley County COVID vaccine clinic that was originally scheduled for Thursday 02/11/21 have been rescheduled to Monday 02/15/21 due to inclement weather. This will still place the 2nd dose within the manufacturer’s approved window of time. Please plan on attending the clinic at the same time on Monday as your original vaccination appointment was scheduled for on Thursday. Please do not arrive any earlier than 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time.

When: Monday 02/15/21

Where: Berkeley 2000 Rec Center, 273 Woodbury Ave., Martinsburg, WV 25404

Who: Individuals 65 years and older.  **By appointment only. Appointments are for the 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Please do not call to make an appointment.**

Jefferson County Vaccine Clinic Info

Beginning next week (2/1-2/5), each county will begin receiving first doses of vaccine again instead of using the regional approach for vaccine distribution that has been in place the last few weeks. We will begin having Community Vaccination clinics in Jefferson County for the 65 and older population next week. We will be working with our existing waitlist to schedule appointments for our clinics. All of our clinics will be by appointment only. Due to a limited supply of vaccine, it will still take time to get to everyone on our waitlist, so please be patient.

County waitlists have not been uploaded into the Statewide registration system yet, but when they are, they will have priority over new registrants. We will be going down our waitlist for all of our clinics until it is uploaded into the new State system and we will continue to work down the waitlist even after it has been entered. There is no need to register in the State’s system if you are already on our waitlist for 65 and older wanting vaccine. For anyone not on our waitlist that is 18 and over that would like to pre-register for vaccine, you may do so on the WV DHHR vaccine webpage or by calling 833-734-0965.

With a limited vaccine supply at first, vaccines in West Virginia will be distributed to individuals in high-risk settings such as healthcare, emergency response, long-term care facilities, and community infrastructure.

COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist Update

**The Jefferson County Health Department will no longer be adding names to our waitlist.**

On Monday, January 25th the State will have a Statewide registration system for individuals 65 years of age and older wanting to be vaccinated. County waitlists will be uploaded into that system and will take priority over new registrants. The State has asked counties to stop adding names to their waitlists.

In order to register through the new State Vaccine Registration Web Site go to or call the Vaccine Hotline Number at 833-734-0965. The hotline hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Vaccine Registration will not go live until 8:00 am Monday morning (1/25/21).


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