Vaccinate West Virginia: A coronavirus vaccination town hall

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Watch our full one-hour town hall with West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and his Coronavirus Task Force as they answer your COVID-19 vaccine questions.

For information about how to register for the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit the West Virginia DHHR’s website or call the COVID-19 Vaccine Info Line: 1-833-734-0965.

Answers to your most-asked questions:

What’s the difference between the Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines?

When will teachers under 50 be vaccinated?

How do you confirm you’re on the COVID-19 vaccine list?

What happens if you get COVID-19 in between vaccine doses?

How do I find out if I have COVID-19 antibodies?

What happens if a patient has a negative reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine?

How will homebound individuals receive their COVID-19 vaccine?

How will you be notified when it’s your turn to receive your COVID-19 vaccine?

When will caregivers under the age of 65 be vaccinated?

How West Virginia prevents vaccine registrants from falsely claiming essential worker status

Do you have to pay for your COVID-19 vaccine?

How is West Virginia prioritizing delivery of second COVID-19 vaccine dose for seniors?

How are people selected for COVID-19 vaccine after pre-registration?

Can you still spread COVID-19 even after you’ve been vaccinated?

Reluctant to take the COVID-19 vaccine? Here’s why you shouldn’t be

Meet Our Town Hall Experts:

Governor Jim Justice

Maj. Gen. James Hoyer

Leader of a joint interagency task force on vaccination; associate vice president at WVU

Dr. Clay Marsh

West Virginia Coronavirus Czar

Dr. Ayne Amjad

State Health Officer and Commissioner of DHHR’s Bureau for Public Health

For our latest information about all things COVID-19, visit our Coronavirus Hub Page.

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