|The CVS in Annandale offers COVID vaccinations to people who registered with the Fairfax County Health Department.|
This includes people who work in energy; water, wastewater, and waste removal; housing and construction; food service; transportation and logistics; and faculty and staff in higher education.
Employees should be prepared to show some form of work-related identification or paystub as the vaccine appointment could be offered by one of the county’s vaccine partners that may require an ID.
The Fairfax Health District includes Fairfax County, the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church, and the towns of Clifton, Herndon, and Vienna.
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The energy category includes people who work in the electric industry, environmental consulting, gas stations, fuel dealers, renewable energy, utilities, and others. See the full list here.
The water, wastewater and waste removal category includes workers and administrators in water resources and solid waste programs, plumbing, recycling, and water utilities.
Eligible workers in housing and construction include people in architecture, housing administration, engineering, community housing services, construction, electricians, hardware retail, house painters, real estate services, hotel and motel staff, interior design, and specialty trade contractors.
The transportation and logistics category covers a wide range of occupations. A few examples: air traffic controllers, flight crews, automotive repair and maintenance, electronic shopping and mail-order houses, maritime workers, private mail centers, rail transportation, road construction, taxi services, and trucking.