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Fauquier County opens call center for COVID-19 vaccinations
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Fauquier County opens call center for COVID-19 vaccinations


Fauquier has opened a call center to help county and Warrenton residents register to receive COVID-19 vaccines, Fauquier County Administrator Paul McCulla announced Tuesday.

People who lack computer access, are having other difficulties or need assistance completing a required survey can use the center to navigate the Virginia Department of Health’s virus website,, McCulla said in a statement.

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Launched in cooperation with the Rappahannock-Rapidan Health District, the center is available to answer questions citizens may have regarding where to find additional information on the vaccine or vaccination process, he said.

The call center’s hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday; call 540-422-0111 or email

Center staff also will help Health District staff arrange vaccination appointments for Fauquier residents already registered via the state Health Department website as vaccine doses become available, McCulla said.

Fauquier County also issued a Spanish-language version of its news release.

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Clint Schemmer, a journalist since 1980, has worked at papers in California, North Carolina and Virginia. He’s been a bureau chief, editorial-page editor, copy desk chief and local news editor. Now a staff writer at the Culpeper Star-Exponent.

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