If you’re eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine and can get to the Manassas Mall as soon as possible, today could be your lucky day.
The Prince William Health District announced just before noon on Friday that it has "open" appointments for people who either live or work in Prince William County and are currently eligible for a vaccine.
The doses will be administered at the Prince William Health District's vaccine clinic at the Manassas Mall and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis until 3:30 p.m. this afternoon, the health district said in a tweet.
TODAY (Friday, April,2 ) VACCINE APPOINTMENT AVAILABLE— PWHD (@PrinceWilliamHD) April 2, 2021
(Last appt is 3:30pm)
*At Manassas Mall, 8300 Sudley Rd, Manassas, VA 20109,#PWHD #VaccinationClinic #ManassasMall: (Community Outreach Program)
Head inside the Manassas Mall--to the information booth. pic.twitter.com/K4HGXve6yn
The clinic will provide the Moderna vaccine. The clinic is located in the mall near Uptown Alley. The mall address is: 8300 Sudley Road in Manassas.
To receive a vaccine, recipients must come to the COVID-19 vaccination clinic located near Uptown Alley as soon as possible and present one of the following:
- A driver's license, passport, or some form of identification with a Prince William County, City of Manassas or City of Manassas Park address.
- Those who recently moved to Prince William County, Manassas or Manassas Park can bring proof of a recent change of address, such as a DMV-issued change of address card or a recent utility bill.
- A work identification card with current employment address in Prince William County, the City of Manassas or Manassas Park is also acceptable.
To be eligible for a vaccine, recipients must fall under Virginia’s 1a or 1b vaccination groups, according to Sean Johnson, a contractor working with the Prince William Health District.
The groups include: health care workers and anyone age 65 or older; anyone between 18 and 64 with underlying health conditions; and anyone in one of several different “essential worker” categories, including those who work as any of the following: police, fire and hazmat; corrections; homeless shelters; childcare or preK-12 teachers and staff, both public and private; food and agriculture, including veterinarians; manufacturing; grocery stores; public transit, mail carriers (U.S. Postal Service and private); officials needed to maintain continuity of government, including judges and public-facing judicial workers; clergy and faith leaders; and janitorial or cleaning workers.