For the latest Health Department information on the COVID-19 vaccine and links to sign up for the Statewide registration system, please visit our “COVID-19 Vaccine Info” page.
To pre-register for the COVID-19 vaccine and to stay up to date on the State vaccine information, please visit the WV DHHR vaccine webpage. Pre-registration is open to anyone age 16 and older. Pre-registration does not mean that you have an appointment scheduled for the vaccine.
Updated Monday-Friday by 4:00 PM. Most recent update 04/21/2021.
COVID-19 is a disease caused by a respiratory virus (SARS-CoV-2) first identified in China in December 2019. COVID-19 is a new virus that hasn’t caused illness in humans before. It has since spread rapidly to countries worldwide, including the United States. This situation poses a serious public health risk. West Virginians at the state, private sector, community, and family level are working to reduce COVID-19’s effect on both our state’s health and its economy.
COVID-19 can cause mild to severe illness. Some people have little to no symptoms; many have mild disease, but can spread it to others. Severe illness typically, though not always, occurs in older adults or in those with chronic diseases. Social distancing and other community mitigation measures are one of our most powerful tools to reduce spread and protect each other, our families, and our communities.
For more information on how the vaccine distribution is being prioritized, please see the Governor’s slideshow at the link below. The State of West Virginia is currently in Phase 1B of vaccine distribution:
|COVID-19 Data||Number||Increase||% of Population||% of Cases|
|Confirmed Cases (Cumulative)||3,714||+ 22||6.50%||84.93%|
|Probable Cases||659||+ 3||1.15%||15.07%|
|Total Cases||4,373||+ 25
|Total Tests (Cumulative)||68,070||+ 785||119.12%||x|
|Data as of April 21, 2021. (Previous Report: 04/19/2021)
|*Delays in closing completed cases in West Virginia’s epidemiology database may affect these numbers|