Is preregistration the same thing as scheduling a vaccine appointment?

Preregistration does not schedule you for an appointment. Preregistration process puts you on a vaccine appointment waitlist.   Vaccine supply is limited.  A health care professional will contact you to schedule an appointment. This process can take four to eight weeks.

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1. What phase is Norfolk in?
2. I’m in Phase 1a. Did I miss my chance to register for a vaccine?
3. What if I do not know what Phase I’m in?
4. Is preregistration the same thing as scheduling a vaccine appointment?
5. I just preregistered, why hasn't anyone contacted me?
6. I do not have an email, should I still complete the online form?
7. I only have one email for my household, what should I do?
8. Can I preregister multiple people at one time?
9. I called 664-SHOT, no one has called me back. What should I do?
10. I preregistered online. Do I need to call the Vaccine Call Center?
11. When I preregister, does that confirm my vaccine dose?
12. Will there be a choice of which COVID vaccine I get?
13. Does the vaccine give me full protection from COVID-19?
14. How long will it take for me to receive a vaccine?
15. Can unemployed, retired/essential workers receive a vaccine?
16. Will I still need to wear a mask and socially distance after I receive vaccine?
17. Do I need to get the vaccine if I have already recovered from COVID 19?
18. Should I be getting the COVID-19 vaccine if I have other medical conditions?
19. What if I have had allergic reactions to vaccine in the past, should I get the COVID 19 vaccine?
20. I’m interested in volunteering with vaccination efforts, what do I do?