El condado de Arlington comenzará a administrar vacunas gratis contra el COVID-19 a niños de 12 a 15 años que vivan o estén escolarizados en Arlington a partir del sábado 15 de mayo. Esto se debe a la ampliación de la Autorización del Uso de Emergencia (EUA) de la vacuna de Pfizer para niños de […]
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Arlington County will begin to administer free COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 12-15 years of age who live or are schooled in Arlington.
Monday, May 10, there were several reports of a fox exhibiting signs of rabies that came into contact with both people and pets. The animal has not been located or captured.
La División de Salud Pública del Condado de Arlington está ofreciendo clínicas de vacunación sin cita previa para personas de 16 años en adelante esta semana. No se requieren citas. Traiga cualquier forma de identificación para confirmar su identidad (los ejemplos incluyen licencia de conducir, factura de servicios públicos, tarjeta de seguro o talón de […]
Arlington County’s Public Health Division is offering walk-in vaccine clinics to individuals ages 16 and up this week. No appointments required. Arlington residency not required: anyone from any jurisdiction is welcome.
Beginning Tuesday, April 27, individuals 16 years and older may directly schedule an appointment to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine at Arlington County public health clinics.
Arlington County is opening a no-cost, no-appointment, COVID-19 testing kiosk in the parking lot at Courthouse Plaza.
The clinic at 2100 Crystal Drive will open on Monday, March 29 for preregistered eligible priority groups. All vaccinations are by appointment only (no walk-ups).
The County has partnered with Neighborhood Health, Arlington Free Clinic, Macedonia Baptist Church, and local non-profit organizations to address disparities in COVID-19 vaccination rates among Arlington’s Black, Latino, low-income, and other communities that have been more severely affected by the pandemic.
Residents are asked to be vigiliant as six raccoons that were showing signs of rabies have tested positive for canine distemper, which is easily transmitted to other animals.