To get the vaccine in the New River Health District, which includes Montgomery County, Giles County, Floyd County, Pulaski County, and the City of Radford, there are several options. You may:
Go to Vaccine Finder and find a vaccine at a pharmacy near you. These vaccines are provided through a federal partnership that is entirely separate from the New River Health District. Please direct questions to the pharmacies’ sites and hotlines.
Walk in to a vaccine clinic. You may now come to most vaccine clinics without an appointment.
People ages 12-17
The Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine has been approved for people age 12-17. Only the Pfizer vaccine has been approved for this age group.
The NRHD is holding clinics at local schools to offer the Pfizer vaccine. Students may be vaccinated in schools without their parent or legal guardian present if they have written consent. For all other vaccine clinics, people under the age of 18 will need a parent or legal guardian to accompany them in person to receive the Pfizer vaccine.
More information and resources are available on our Vaccines for adolescents page.
2nd Doses: Please come to one of our vaccine clinics the day you are eligible for the 2nd dose or as soon after as possible if you received the Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for your 1st dose. Your eligibility date is written on the vaccine card you receive when you get your 1st dose. For more information, please visit our Vaccine 2nd Dose page.
- Appointments are preferred, but not required, for 2nd doses at other clinics.
- Call 540-838-8222 to make your 2nd dose appointment.
- Visit the CDC’s Vaccine Finder.
College students: If you get your 1st dose here, VDH & federal partners can give you a 2nd dose near your home.