Virginia Moves to New Vaccine Scheduling System; Pre-registration No Longer Required

Virginia Moves to New Vaccine Scheduling System; Pre-registration No Longer Required

Virginians no longer have to pre-register and then wait to be contacted to schedule their COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Now, to book at a Prince William Health District clinic, visit  to schedule your appointment directly. Once in VASE, enter your zip code, select 25-miles for the Distance Range (this will give you more clinic options and indicate your preference for date range and type of vaccine. If this is your second dose, it is important to get the same type of vaccine as the first dose. For example, if you started with Pfizer, limit your search to locations that have Pfizer. Then, just pick the date and location most convenient to you.

Vaccine clinic options for the PWHD:

  1. Manassas Mall – 8300 Sudley Rd, Manassas, VA 20109 (Moderna vaccine approved for 18 and older)
  2. Gander Mountain in Woodbridge – 14041 Worth Ave, Woodbridge,    VA 22192 (Pfizer vaccine approved for 16 and older)
  3. Veterans Park Recreation Center – 14300 Veterans Dr, Woodbridge VA 22191 (J&J Vaccine approved for 18 and older and Pfizer vaccine approved for 16 and older) Walk-ins are welcome.

If you are looking for an appointment with other vaccination providers, simply head to and enter your zip code.

Gander Mountain Accepting a Limited Number of WALK-INS a Day: As of, Thursday, April 29, the Community Vaccine Clinic (CVC) at Gander Mountain in Woodbridge started accepting walk-ins. The number of walk-ins will be limited each day dependent of appointment availability. For those who have a scheduled appointment for a first or second dose, the appointment date and time remains unchanged.

For questions, call the Virginia call center at 877-VAX-in-VA (877-829-4682). It is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Assistance is available in English, Spanish, and more than 100 additional languages. Video assistance in American Sign Language is available at