Select Page

Covid-19 Vaccine Information

 Everbridge Statewide COVID Vaccine Registration:

Online Registration: 

Registration via Phone: 1-833-734-0965

Please be sure to register in Everbridge so you have every opportunity available to get vaccinated. 

Walgreens Pharmacy Vaccinations: Updated 2/11/21

76 of the 96 Walgreens in the state of WV will be receiving vaccine directly from the federal government. We do not know which Walgreens will be receiving the vaccines. They will be vaccinating individuals 65 and older and healthcare workers. They will be scheduling appointments using Everbridge (the state’s pre-registration system).

If you have not already registered, you can do so at or by calling 833-734-0965.


COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic: Updated 03/02/21


  •              Wednesday March 3rd, 2021, 9:00am – 4:00pm
  •              Thursday March 4th, 2021, 9:00am – 4:00pm
  •              Friday March 5th, 2021, 9:30am – 4:00pm

Where: Ranson Civic Center, 432 W. 2nd Ave., Ranson, WV

Who: Individuals 65 years and older. **Clinic is by appointment only. Appointments are FULL and scheduled based on the existing vaccine waitlist. Please do not call the Health Department to schedule an appointment. Please do not show up to the vaccine clinic if you do not have an appointment. 

Additional Info: Please do not contact the Ranson Civic Center regarding COVID vaccine clinics. All inquiries should be made to the Jefferson County Health Department at 304-728-8416. All appointments are made based on the Health Department’s current vaccine waitlist. 

**Please be aware that during your appointment for the 1st dose of the vaccine, you will be given the date and time for the appointment for your 2nd dose.** 

To stay up to date on the State vaccine information, please visit the WV DHHR vaccine webpage.


 VACCINE NEWS: Updated 2/25/21

We are sure most of you have seen the disparity in the percent of residents vaccinated in Jefferson County as compared to the rest of the state. The State plans to close the gap in the 28 counties that are below the state average for vaccinations. They will be increasing the allocation of vaccine to Jefferson County for the next couple of weeks. 

This week, we received 450 doses of vaccine and we are holding a clinic at the Ranson Civic Center on Thursday 2/25/21 for individuals 65 and older on our waitlist. Next week we will be receiving 1,490 prime (first) doses of vaccine for individuals ages 65 and older. We are in the process of planning clinics for next week. We will also be giving 300 booster (2nd) doses next week. 

All of our vaccination clinics are by appointment only and we use our waitlist to schedule appointments. With this increased allocation and many people on our waitlist having had the opportunity to get vaccinated elsewhere (Walgreens, the VA Medical Center, and regional vaccination clinics held several weeks ago), we anticipate finishing with our waitlist by next week or the following week. We will then move to using Everbridge for scheduling appointments. 


When will the vaccine be available for individuals younger than 65 years old or for those with underlying medical conditions?

At this time the Health Department does not know when the vaccine will be available for individuals younger than 65 years old or for those with underlying medical conditions. To stay up to date on vaccine information, please check our website and Facebook page often, or check the WV DHHR website for updates.

Where can I find information about upcoming vaccine clinics?

To stay up to date on vaccine information, please check our website and Facebook page often, or check the WV DHHR website for updates. You can also sign up for the JCHD news alerts by filling out the “Email Alerts” request located in the gray column on the right of this page.

Does the Jefferson County Health Department have a vaccine waitlist?

No, as of January 22, 2021 the Jefferson County Health Department is no longer adding names to our waitlist. Individuals who want to be added to the waitlist must register with the Statewide System.

How can I register with the Everbridge Statewide System?

Visit the WV DHHR website and follow their instructions to register. If you are not able to register online, you may call to register at 833-734-0965.

Does registering with the Statewide System mean that I have an appointment scheduled for the vaccine?

No, the Statewide System adds you to a waitlist for the vaccine and does not mean that you have an appointment for a vaccine. You will be notified when there is a vaccine available for you.

If my name was on the Health Department’s previous waitlist, do I need to register with the Statewide System?

No, you do not need to register again. All names that were originally added to the Jefferson County Health Department’s vaccine waitlist will be transferred to the Statewide System. Only individuals who where 65 and older were added to our waitlist prior to January 22, 2021 when we stopped accepting names for our waitlist. If you tried to register for the Health Department’s previous waitlist and you were younger than 65, you will need to pre-register on the Statewide System on the WV DHHR website.

How do I pre-register for a vaccine if I am younger than 65 years old?

To pre-register for a vaccine, visit the WV DHHR website. If you are unable to pre-register online, you can call 833-734-0965 to register. Pre-registration is open to individuals 16 years and older. Currently, only individuals who are 65 and older may receive the vaccine.

View News & Alerts by Category

Receive Alerts by Email


Public Health Newswire Latest News