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VING Working With Department of Health To Make Getting COVID-19 Vaccine Easier

KINGSHILL — The Virgin Islands National Guard said it is striving to make booking COVID-19 vaccination appointments easier online for persons interested in getting vaccinated.

One way to do so is by visiting the Virgin Islands National Guard website at Once there, simply click on the COVID-19 Vaccine Scheduling Gateway, and it will take you straight to the Virgin Islands Department of Health scheduling portal, where you can book your appointment.

Personnel can also go to the VIDOH website at, scroll down to click the link to book an appointment. As we continue to support at the community vaccination centers (CVC), we refine and improve our daily operations to suit the needs of the community better.

The VING remains committed to supporting the community and providing ongoing support to the VIDOH with; COVID-19 testing, vaccine and patient transportation, airport screenings, beach public safety announcements, and command and control operations within the CVC.

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