Getting the COVID vaccine is the best way to keep you and everyone around you safe. Even if you don't have any symptoms, if infected, you can spread the virus to others.
Where to Get the COVID Vaccine at UVA Health
Anyone over age 6 months can get vaccinated. These locations offer the COVID vaccine, including 3rd doses and booster shots:
- ERC Clinic on Lee Street
- Zion Crossroads
- Battle Building
- Northridge Pediatrics
- Orange Pediatrics
You can also contact your local clinic for more information about available vaccines.
If you have had a COVID-19 vaccine dose, bring your vaccination record with you.
Use MyChart or call 434.297.4829 to schedule your shot.
Looking for a 3rd Dose?
Immunocompromised people qualify to get a 3rd dose of the COVID vaccine. Cancer, organ transplants, stem cell transplants, and other conditions or treatments can weaken your immune system. Check with your healthcare provider to see if you qualify for a 3rd dose.
We follow the Center for Disease Control's guidance on giving the COVID-19 vaccine to immunocompromised people.
Questions? Read our COVID-19 vaccine FAQs.
Preventing COVID: Steps You Can Take
COVID-19 spreads easily between people. Along with getting vaccinated, you can protect yourself and others by:
How Does Coronavirus Spread?
The coronavirus spreads through saliva droplets. You can inhale infected droplets when:
- Droplets of saliva get in the air when someone near to you talks, coughs, or sneezes
- Saliva droplets with coronavirus land on your nose, mouth, or eyes
Feeling Sick? Stay Home
If you have these symptoms:
- Shortness of breath
Stay home and call your provider or clinic for next steps.
Other possible symptoms of COVID-19 include:
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- New loss of taste or smell
- Muscle aches, headache, or body aches
- Nausea or vomiting
Find a COVID testing location near you.
Clean & Disinfect
Disinfect surfaces you touch frequently, like counter tops and door handles, as often as you can.
Get vaccinated for other illnesses. It's not too late to get the flu or pneumonia vaccine. These don't prevent coronavirus, but they can keep you safe from other illnesses that would make a COVID infection worse. Call your provider to find out if this is an option for you.
Stay active. Get regular exercise. Go for walks, get in a run, or do yoga in the sun. As long as you stay away from other people, you can go outside. This helps keep your immune system healthy.
Before visiting a patient in the hospital, make sure to read the current visitor guidelines.
Get Prescriptions Delivered
Stay at home. Get your prescriptions delivered to your home for free.
To set up delivery, call 434.297.5500. Make sure to call at least 7 days before you need your refill.
Can’t wait for delivery? Pick up your medicine at our Lee Street location. Open 24/7.