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  • Tiffani Johnson

COVID-19 Vaccine Update

COVID-19 Vaccine The vaccination appointments that opened this morning are now filled.

More appointments will become available for eligible residents who live in priority zip codes on Thursday, February 4. Additional appointments will become available for all District residents who are 65 years of age and older and/or health care workers on Friday, February 5.

We know how stressful of a time this is, and we appreciate your patience as we work together to get Washingtonians across all eight wards vaccinated. The District of Columbia will continue to make the vaccine available promptly as we receive doses from the federal government, and we remain committed to ensure an equitable distribution of the vaccine. Learn more about District hospitals and health care providers that are also administering the vaccine to their patients at

Currently demand for the vaccine in DC is much higher than the supply we are receiving from federal government. Mayor Bowser and DC Health continue to advocate for the federal government to send more vaccine so that we can meet the high demand for it and protect the lives of our residents and our workforce.

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