As promised, COVID-19 vaccination appointments opened to all Virginians age 16 and older on Sunday. But as health district officials warned, getting an appointment still isn’t easy.
Accessing COVID-19 vaccine continues to be a challenge in Prince William County and most of Northern Virginia for several reasons but primarily because demand is still outpacing supply.
But the switch to open eligibility on Sunday, April 18, also revealed other challenges in Prince William County, including that appointments were not made available at local health-district-run vaccination clinics through the Vaccine Finder website as of Sunday morning.
According to Virginia Department of Health