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Vaccination Clinics

New 2022 COVID-19 vaccination clinics

A new series of free COVID-19 vaccination clinics in February and March will provide convenient opportunities for those age 5 or older to get immunized against coronavirus. The clinics will provide doses of the two-part vaccine series, as well as boosters to those who completed their initial series at least five months ago. Those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to receive vaccines. The clinics are being organized by the Richmond and Henrico Health Districts in conjunction with Henrico County Public Schools and its partners that provide after-school programs: the YMCA, the Henrico Education Foundation and the Henrico Police Athletic League, or PAL. The clinics will be held at sites that host after-school programs, but all are open to the public.

Vaccination clinics for those 5 and older (all clinics are 4-7 p.m.)
(Dates are for first and second vaccine doses. Clinics will also administer booster vaccines.)

  • Feb. 10 and March 4 (Pinchbeck Elementary School, 1275 Gaskins Road, Henrico Va.)
  • Feb. 21 and March 14 (Skipwith Elementary School, 2401 Skipwith Road, Henrico, Va.)
  • Feb. 22 and March 15 (Greenwood Elementary School, 10960 Greenwood Road, Glen Allen, Va.)
  • Feb. 28 and March 21 (Crestview Elementary School, 1901 Charles St., Henrico, Va.)
  • March 8 and 29 (Springfield Park Elementary School, 4301 Fort McHenry Parkway, Glen Allen, Va.)
  • March 9 and 30 (Gayton Elementary School, 12481 Church Road, Henrico, Va.)
  • March 10 and 31 (Northside YMCA, 4207 Old Brook Road, Richmond, Va.)
  • March 10 and 31 (Chickahominy YMCA, 5401 Whiteside Road, Sandston, Va.)

Who can get vaccinated?
The clinics are open to members of the public who are 5 or older. Those under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to receive vaccines. The 4-7 p.m. clinic times are designed to make it convenient for parents and guardians to be present for vaccines while picking up their children from after-school programs.

Do I need to register or provide consent?
Register and complete a consent form at the clinic. A state-issued I.D. is not required but will allow for faster registration.

What vaccines will be available?
Children ages 5-11 will receive the two-part Pfizer vaccine, authorized for that age group by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in November. The Moderna vaccine and Johnson & Johnson vaccine will also be available at the clinics. Clinics will also administer Pfizer and Moderna boosters to those who completed their initial series at least five months ago.

Where can I find more information?
COVID-19 vaccines and booster shots are also available at area pharmacies and at various walk-up events. Go to for more information.

In-school elementary clinics

Sixteen HCPS elementary schools will host COVID-19 vaccination clinics during the school day for students:

  • Johnson E.S. – Feb. 2 and Feb. 23
  • Donahoe E.S. – Feb. 3 and Feb. 24
  • Lakeside E.S. – Feb. 4 and Feb. 25
  • Baker E.S. – Feb. 10 and March 3
  • An Achievable Dream Academy at Highland Springs E.S. – Feb. 7 and Feb. 28
  • Chamberlayne E.S. – Feb. 21 and March 14
  • Sandston E.S. – Feb. 22 and March 15
  • Harvie E.S. – Feb. 24 and March 17
  • Ashe E.S. – March 1 and March 22
  • Fair Oaks E.S. – March 2 and March 23
  • Holladay E.S. – March 3 and March 24
  • Longdale E.S. – March 4 and March 25
  • Adams E.S. – March 7 and March 28
  • Montrose E.S. – March 8 and March 29
  • Ratcliffe E.S. – March 9 and March 30
  • Ward E.S. – March 10 and March 31

Only students enrolled at the school may participate in these vaccination clinics, and written consent will be required from parents or guardians. Vaccinations will occur during the school day without the parent required to be present. The VDH, or one of their partner pharmacies, will administer the vaccines.

Principals will be sharing information with their school communities, and will work with their family advocates, school nurses and social workers to reach families who might benefit from this opportunity for their child to be vaccinated at school. If need be, someone will go to the home to assist families with completing the consent form, and the consent forms will again be available in multiple languages.

Booster clinics for students 12 and older

In addition to the vaccinations, HCPS is moving to offer boosters for our students ages 12 and older who completed their primary vaccine series six or more months ago. Given the success in the fall of vaccination clinics at Fairfield and Elko middle schools, more Saturday clinics being planned at multiple school sites for students ages 12 and older.

Community clinics

All HCPS families and staff continue to have access to community vaccination clinics through the Richmond and Henrico Health Districts. HCPS is hosting Saturday walk-in vaccine clinics (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) at the following locations:

Elko Middle School – March 5 and March 26

Fairfield Middle School – Feb. 26 and March 19