Pre-register for COVID vaccine: Create your account now

Editor/ January 29, 2021/ :: Blog

fauci-novelty-chocolate-bite (January 29, 2021) – You can now create your account to pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccine online in the Mountain State.

This week, West Virginia became the first state in the nation to launch an innovative event management tool to help organize its vaccine rollout, according to the State Department of Health and Human Resources.  Neighbors report the process is easy.

Create your account with 3 simple steps

Visit vaccinate.wv.gov and pre-register in 3 simple steps:

  1. Sign Up: Create Your Account
  2. Complete Your Profile (including providing your health insurance account information)
  3. Review and Finish

Receive a text, phone call, or email with an appointment once it is available to your group and in your geographical area

 

The first step allows you to select your preferred communication contact (e.g., phone, text, email).  You can also get instructions at the registration to download an app to your Apple or Android device to get notifications via your phone.

Once your pre-registration account is created, you can use your username and password to login to edit or delete your account at any time.

At this time, West Virginians 65 years of age and older and certain high-risk priority groups who are pre-registered are getting appointment notifications.  Once the vaccine is available to your group and in your geographical area, you will receive a text, phone call, or email with an appointment.

Call center open for questions or help

Cannot get online?

Then call the COVID-19 Vaccine Info Line for help with pre-registration at (833) 734-0965.

This call center is open Monday-Friday (8:00 AM to 6:00 PM,) and Saturday (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM).

If you do register online

After you sign up online, expect to receive confirmation.  Successful account setup and pre-registration trigger a notice within 24 hours. If you do not get this notice, contact the COVID-19 Vaccine Info Line right away.

If your local health department or other medical provider has already placed you on a waitlist, you do not need to preregister.

LEARN MORE:
West Virginia First State to Launch Everbridge COVID-19 Vaccination Pre-Registration System

How West Virginia became a leader in US vaccine rollout

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