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Coronavirus Vaccine Distribution Plan Update

Monday, March 29 - Saturday, May 1, 2021

Online

Contact: 1-855-363-0333  

Sponsored by: District of Columbia Department of Health; Homeland Security Emergency Management Agency; District of Columbia Government

https://coronavirus.dc.gov/vaccine

UPDATED VACCINE ELIGIBILITY TIMELINE FOR ESSENTIAL WORKERS

  • Week of 3/29: Eligibility to all essential workers in Phase 1C Tier 2
  • Week of 4/12: Eligibility to all essential workers in Phase 1C Tier 3
  • 5/1: Move to Phase 2 of vaccination eligibility

PHASE 1C TIER 2

  • Individuals working in non-public transit transportation services (i.e. for hire/rideshare vehicles)
  • Individuals working in logistics/delivery/courier services
  • Essential employees working in media and mass communications

PHASE 1C TIER 3

  • All essential employees of institutions of higher education (i.e. colleges, universities, trade schools)
  • Individuals working in construction
  • All essential employees working in information technology
  • Essential employees in federal government agencies
  • Individuals working in commercial and residential property management

PRE-REGISTER TODAY:

GO ONLINE – any day, any time: vaccinate.dc.gov

CALL – Mon-Fri, 8am-7pm and Sat-Sun, 8am-4pm: 1-855-363-0333

SCHEDULE GOING FORWARD

Going forward, invitations will be sent out.

  • Thursdays by 10:00 a.m.
  • Sundays by 10:00 a.m.
  • Tuesdays by 10:00 a.m. (only if any appointments need to be filled)

Phase 1C Tier 2 and Phase 1C Tier 3 essential workers may start receiving appointment invitations beginning on the Thursday of the week of eligibility.

All essential workers must be working in person in Washington, DC.

All teachers and childcare workers are eligible regardless of whether they are currently work in person.

In Phase 2, all DC residents who are 16 years old and older and not included in previous phases will become eligible.

Periodically go to https://coronavirus.dc.gov/vaccine to learn more about COVID-19 vaccines and the distribution plan for the District.


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