Covid-19 Vaccination Registration

Covid-19 Vaccination Registration

The vaccine portal has already begun setting appointments for residents aged 65 and older. Information provided earlier that the portal was only open for this purpose after 12 Noon today seems to have been inaccurate or has been changed.
If you are 65 years of age or older, you can now register for an appointment to receive the first dose of a vaccine (Moderna vaccine).
When you fill out the brief registration form on-line, you will be led to a screen where you can choose an available appointment date and location. The vaccine is free. However, if you have private medical insurance, the registration form will ask you for the information on your insurance. So, have your insurance card available to input information. You can also register by calling  855-363-0333  8am through 7pm or on Saturdays from 8am to 4pm. As a reminder, even if you registered previously, you do need to do so again.
Most likely locations for most of us close to Capitol Hill are nearby  Safeway store pharmacies.
Here is a map of the vaccine centers   https://vaccinateqa.dc.gov/vaccine-centers/
Here is a link to the Mayor’s Situation Report for today, Monday January 11, 2020. It includes information on vaccine delivery, details of upcoming categories of residents and workers eligible to register for vaccine delivery as well as current  COVID information for the District of Columbia and salient points of DC planning for public safety for the next week and for the Inauguration. The Mayor has asked the federal Dept of Homeland Security to cancel all protests and has reequested that all DC residents register for Alerts for the coming pre-inauguration