COVID-19 vaccination sites are expanding in Central Florida, along with the list of who is eligible to get a vaccine.

County health departments, hospitals, physicans groups and some pharmacists are currently administering the vaccines, and a federal site in Orlando.

Right now, the following groups will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine at all sites:

  • Residents age 18 and older

Individuals 16 and 17 years old can be registered for COVID vaccinations at sites where the Pfizer vaccine is being administered. However, a parent or guardian must register the teenager, sign a consent form, and accompany the teenager to the vaccination site.

See a list of high-risk populations

NOTE: In conjunction with the CDC's recommendation to pause use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine "out of an abundance of caution" after six recipients in the U.S. developed a rare disorder involving blood clots, sites in Florida have suspended use of the vaccine, too. That will mean some vaccination sites may be temporarily discontinued. Publix, CVS, and Walgreen's have also temporarily suspended J&J vaccinations but are encouraging people to register for the other vaccines where available.

Information on Federal Vaccination Primary Hub and Satellite Sites in Orlando Area

Federal Vaccination Sites

There are four federal vaccine hub sites in Florida, including one in Orlando. They will continue operating through May 26.

Starting Tuesday, April 6 the federal sites will distribute only second doses of the Pfizer vaccine for those who got their first dose at the site.

On Tuesday, April 13, the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a joint statement on Tuesday recommending that states pause using Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine "out of an abundance of caution" after six recipients in the U.S. developed a rare disorder involving blood clots.

Primary Site

  • Valencia College — West Campus
    1800 South Kirkman Rd.
    Orlando, FL 32811
  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointment registration is available, but walkups are accepted
  • Who is distributing: Federal and state teams
  • How to book appointment: Register online at  MyVaccine.fl.gov. Individuals who do not have access to a computer or who have trouble with the online site can call 866-201-3604.
  • Who can get the vaccine: A resident who is at least 18 years old; or people medically vulnerable to COVID-19 — of any age with a Department of Health form completed by the doctor. A sample of the form can be found in this eligibility FAQ.
  • When: This federally supported site operates from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week. This site is open on Easter.
  • Cost:  None
  • What to bring: Proof of age/employment to meet vaccination requirements, proof of residency, appointment or QR codes (when appropriate), and Centers For Disease Control (CDC) vaccination card for second-dose appointments

Satellite Sites

NOTE: Satellite sites have temporarily been suspended while the pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccine distribution continues. When the sites return we will let you know.

Each federally supported site will have two satellite site locations. The sites will relocate to different areas of the state based on need. Satellite site schedules will be posted here when available.

The latest satellite location information is updated on the Florida Dept. of Emergency Management's vaccine website.

  • Appointment or walk-up? Walk-up only. These sites will be first-come, first-served only, and appointments will not be made for these sites.
  • Who is distributing: Federal and state teams
  • How to book appointment: No appointments. Walk-up only
  • When: Each site will relocate every three to seven days to reach as many residents as possible. The satellite sites will return to previous locations to administer second doses. These federally supported sites operate from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This site is open on Easter.
  • Who can get the vaccine:  A resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required). A sample of the form can be found in this eligibility FAQ.
  • Location:
    • From March 22 for six to 10 weeks:
      Orange County Library System South Trail Branch, 4600 S. Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando. The site is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week. The length of time the site will run will be based upon vaccine supply. This is a walk-up site only. It is for second doses only starting March 24.
    • 65th Infantry Veterans Park, 301 Buenaventura Boulevard in Kissimmee. This site is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. This is a walk-up site only.
  • What to bring: Proof of age/employment to meet vaccination requirements, proof of residency, and Centers For Disease Control (CDC) vaccination card for second-dose appointments

Information on Statewide Preregistration for COVID-19 Vaccination

The state of Florida has introduced a statewide COVID vaccination preregistration website.

  • How to sign up: Go to https://myvaccine.fl.gov. Choose the county where you reside from the Select your county drop-down list, and click the Get in line button. Enter the information requested on the page that opens. Then click the Get in line button again.
  • Who is currently eligible to prepregister: You must be a Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required) .

Go to the state vaccine site to pre-register.

State-Sponsored 1-Day Mobile Vaccination Clinics

  • All statewide mobile COVID-19 vaccine sites are POSTPONED until further notice.
  • Appointments or walk-up?: Walk-ups only
  • Who can get the vaccine: Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required).
  • Locations/Schedules:  TBD
    • TBD for next event 
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Health-care workers must bring their photo ID or health-care badge.

County by County COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Brevard

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Brevard and HealthFirst
  • How to book appointment: Monitor the Brevard County website for the latest information on available appointments and to register. 
    To receive text alerts from Brevard County Emergency Management for when additional appointments are available, text BrevardEOC to 888777.
    For HealthFirst vaccinations, check hf.org/staywell for the latest coronavirus vaccine updates or by calling its COVID-19 hotline at 321-434-3636. 
  • Who can get the vaccine: Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required).
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Health-care workers must bring their photo ID or health-care badge.

OMNI Healthcare

  • Who is eligible: All reidents age 18 and older are eligible.
  • How to book appointment: Preregister online at  https://unityphr.com/campaigns/omni/vaccine or text “vaccine” to 844-594-3292. You also can call the OMNI Healthcare COVID-19 hotline at (321) 802-5515. Alternatively, people may send an email to COVID@OMNIhealthcare.com and provide their name and phone number to have a representative contact them.
  • Location: OMNI said, "In addition to mass vaccination sites, which in total are capable of vaccinating 3,000 patients per day, OMNI is offering the vaccine to patients at its physician offices throughout Brevard, from Titusville to Palm Bay."
    • Following receipt of a substantial shipment of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, OMNI Healthcare is  is partnering with local employers to have OMNI administer the vaccine to their employees. L3Harris Technologies was the first to join. These vaxcines are being administered at its Melbourne office located on the second floor of 1344 S. Apollo Boulevard.
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification that proves eligibility, such as a driver's license or other state ID card

Palm Bay

  • Appointments or walk-up? Appointments only
  • Who is eligible: Individuals 18 years old and up. The Moderna vaccine is being administered, and it cannot be administered to individuals younger than 18.
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Brevard, Brevard County Emergency Management, and City of Palm Bay
  • When: April 16
  • How to book appointment: Vaccines will be available by appointment only. Call 321-726-2790. Registration phone lines open at 9 a.m. April 12. Appointments will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis until all appointment slots have been filled.
  • Location: Palm Bay Fire Rescue Headquarters, located next to Liberty Park at 899 Carlyle Avenue SE
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification such as driver's license or passport. If your ID does not have a Florida address, bring proof of full- or part-time Florida residency (utility bill, mortage statement, etc.)

Viera VA Health Care Center

  • Who is eligible: Veterans of all ages 
  • How to book appointment: Vaccines will be available by appointment only. Call 407-631-0499 on Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Eastern Time, or leave a voicemail during non-business hours, and the call will be returned.
  • Location: 2900 Veterans Way in the Viera community of Brevard County. This is a drive-up location in a designated parking area.
    • Special event: Palm Bay Community-Based Outpatient Clinic, 5200 Babcock Street NE in Palm Bay. This is a drive-thru location, and vaccinations are available by appointment only. Vaccinations will be administered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 10.
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification proving age and residency in state of Florida

Flagler

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Healh--Flagler, AdventHealth, Publix (select locations)
  • How to book appointment: Flagler County is no longer responsible for booking appointments. Instead, vaccine appointments are now handled through the State of Florida's new appointment system at myvaccine.fl.gov. Flagler County residents can preregister for the COVID-19 Vaccine by visiting the site or calling 866-201-1541 (TTY: 1-833-476-1450) and specifying how they would like to be contacted when vaccines become available. For several weeks (started Febriary 1), priority will be given to Flagler County’s 10,000-person callback list. This list has been transferred to the new platform, and, as the health department receives weekly allotments, the state will contact people on the list for appointments. People who received their first shot after January 12 should return to the fairgrounds for a second dose on the date and time specified on their vaccination card.
    To get a vaccination through AdventHealth or Publix, monitor those websites. 
  • Locations/Schedules 
    • Flagler County Fairground in Bunnell. First doses of Moderna are offered Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Second doses are scheduled for Monday and Tuesday mornings. To register for an appointment, visit myvaccine.fl.gov or call 866-201-1541. 
    • Parkview Church Palm Coast, 5435 Belle Terre Boulevard on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. To register for an appointment at this site, visit parkviewlife.com/vaccines.
    • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 4600 Belle Terre Boulevard from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Fridays and 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays. To register for a  Friday appointment at this site, call 386-445-2246. To register for a Saturday appointment, call 866-201-1541 or visit myvaccine.fl.gov to sign up.
  • Who can get the vaccine:  Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required).
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification indicating age and/or proof of state residency.
  • Additional questions? Flagler County COVID-19 FAQs

Lake

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Lake, Orlando Health-South Lake Hospital
  • How to book appointment: Monitor the Lake County COVID-19 website or social media for updates. You can also receive updates on mobile devices by texting "COVIDUPDATE" to 888777. The main Lake Square Mall site is by appointment only. Residents may preregister for an appointment online at myvaccine.fl.gov or by phone at 866-201-6909 (or 833-476-1031 for TTY users). For appointments at Orlando Health-South Lake Hospital, monitor their website. When appointments open up, you will schedule an appointment through the Lake County scheduling website.
  • Revised schedules/locations, effective the week of April 12-16, 2021
    • April 13: St. Patrick Catholic Church, 6803 Old Highway 441 in Mount Dora, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open for first and second doses on a first-come, first-served basis. This will be the last day of operations at this site.
    • April 14-16: Lake Umatilla Site, 249 E. Collins Street in Umatilla, from 9 a.m. to noon. Open for scheduled second-dose appointments only.
    • Department of Health-Lake Community Health Site, 560 W. DeSoto Street in Clermont, on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon. Open for scheduled second-dose appointments only.
  • Who can get the vaccine:  Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required). Orlando Health is offering vaccines to its patients.
  • Cost: None 
  • What to bring: Identification to prove age amd/or residency

Community Health Centers

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Walk-ins only
  • Schedules/locations
    • April 15: Community Health Centers – Four Corners, 509 Cagan View Road in Clermont. from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Who can get the vaccine:  Individuals age 18 and older. The Moderna vaccine is being administered.
  • Cost: None 
  • What to bring: FGovernment-issued ID (with birthdate)

Lake County Schools

  • Appointments or walk-up?: These are walk-up sites.
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Lake, Lake County Schools
  • Schedules/locations, effective April 26-29, 2021
    • April 26: Second doses only. Eustis High School, 1300 E. Washington Avenue in Eustis. from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
    • Aprill 27: Second doses only. South Lake High School 15600 Silver Eagle Road in Groveland; and Leesburg High School, 1401 Yellow Jacket Way in Leesburg, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
    • April 28: Second doses only. Lake Minneola High School, 101 N. Hancock Road in Minneola, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
    • April 29: Second doses only. Tavares High School, 603 N New Hampshire Avenue in Tavares, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Who can get the vaccine:  Lake County Schools employees, age 18 and older. Lake County Schools students, ages 16 and 17 who are accompamied by a parent or guardian. When enough vaccine is available, other residents can get vaccinated, too.
  • Cost: None 
  • What to bring: For employees and students 18 and older, bring identification and the attached Pfizer Consent Form completed in advance when you come for your first dose. You will receive a vaccination card. Bring that card with you, along with another copy of the Pfizer Consent Form completed in advance, when you come for your second dose, For students 16 and 17 years old, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. The attached Pfizer Consent Form should be completed and signed by the parent or guardian in advance for both visits. The student will receive a vaccination card after the first dose, and should bring the card for the second dose. Employees receiving a first dose the week starting April 5 can come to any of the locations listed below to receive the second dose. Please bring your vaccination card and the attached Pfizer Consent Form completed in advance.

Marion

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Marion, Select Publix locations
  • How to book appointment: Continue to monitor the Publix vaccine website for shots at those locations. For the sites operated by the Florida Department of Health in Marion, AdventHealth, and Paddock Mall, use the state preregistration website. The county has started to use the state system for preregistration. Go to myvaccine.fl.gov or call 1-866-201-6768 to preregister. Residents are placed in a queue to be contacted once vaccine is available in their community at state-supported vaccination sites. Residents who have already preregistered with the Department of Health in Marion County during its COVID-19 vaccine signups in late December and early January do not need to sign up for vaccine through the new state site. DOH-Marion will continue to contact and schedule individuals for vaccinations through its original preregistration system. After all the people on that list are vaccinated, the department will begin pulling registrants from the new state system vaccination queue. 
  • Vaccination dates: Staff will call to schedule a vaccination appointment as vaccine becomes available. Vaccinations are now provided Monday through Friday and some select Saturdays. Hours of operation run from approximately 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time, depending on the number of doses scheduled per day. Appointments are required.
  • Who can get the vaccine: Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required).
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification proving age and/or residency in the state of Florida

Orange

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Orange, AdventHealth, Orlando Health, True Health
  • How to book appointment: Visit ocfl.net/Vaccine for registration information and to review frequently asked questions. For registration help, contact 1-844-770-8548 or e-mail COVID19Support@cdrmaguire.com. Orange County will post the latest vaccination information on its website. Monitor the AdventHealth and Orlando Health websites for updates on when appointments are available. To go through the county, register online at ocfl.net/Vaccine. For True Health registration, go to the True Health website. The final date for first doses at the Orange County Convemtion Center is expected to be May 5, and all vaccinations there are expected to end at the end of May. Aappointments for Pfizer vaccinationsare available at the Orange County Convention Center for individuals 16 and 17 years old and up. Parental consent is required for individuals 16 or 17 years old.
  • Who can get the vaccine: Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or people medically vulnerable to COVID-19 — of any age (form required).
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Bring your square QR code and your Florida ID, driver’s license, or utility bill to demonstrate that you live in the State of Florida.

AdventHealth Community Program

  • Who is eligible: Individuals who are 16 and older, vaccinations are available. Individuals 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 
  • How to book appointment: Appointments, when available, are required, and no walk-ups are permitted. Appointments are available through a link at ocfl.net/vaccine. The portal is open now for appointments on April 15 and 16 to receive a first dose of the Pfizer vaccine, 4,500 doses each day. Those who wish to be notified about future events when they might be eligible to receive the vaccine can register for alerts.
  • Location: Adjacent to Orlando International Airport
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification that proves eligibility, such as a driver's license or other state ID card
  • Note: Vaccines could be either Pfizer or Moderna, depending upon supply

Community Health Centers

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Walk-ins only
  • Schedules/locations
    • April 24: Community Health Centers – Apopka, 225 E. Seventh Street in Apopka, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
    • April 30: Community Health Centers – Pine Hills, 840 Mercy Drive in Orlando, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
    • May 4: Community Health Centers – Winter Garden, 13275 W. Colonial Drive in Winter Garden, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    • May 11: Community Health Centers – Winter Garden, 13275 W. Colonial Drive in Winter Garden, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Who can get the vaccine:  Individuals age 18 and older. The Moderna vaccine is being administered.
  • Cost: None 
  • What to bring: Government-issued ID (with birthdate)

Orange County In-Home Vaccinations

  • Who is eligible: Orange County residents who are 18 and older county residents and who are without transportation, elderly, persons with disabilities or not otherwise able to easily travel to receive a vaccine. Pfizer vaccinations are available.  
  • How to book appointment: Register at mymobilevax.com to receive a call back to schedule an in-home appointment.
  • When: Vaccines will be administered April 11-20, 2021 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Recipients will be provided with a four-hour window when the clinical team will arrive. A clinical team will return to the recipient’s home 21 days after the first dose to administer the second dose of the vaccine.
  • Location: Recipients' homes
  • Cost: None
  • Details: Vaccines will be administered by a two-person clinical team, including a nurse practitioner and either a licensed practical nurse or certified nursing assistant. At each appointment, the clinicians will conduct a brief health-care screening, provide information about the vaccine, administer the vaccine, and monitor the recipient for 15 minutes.  

Orange County Mobile Vaccination Site

  • Who is eligible: Individuals who are 16 and older. Pfizer vaccinations are available (1,000 per day). Individuals 16 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 
  • How to book appointment: Appointments are preferred. Limited walk-ups are permitted. Appointments are available through a link at ocfl.net/VaccineSites. For ages 16 and 17, a parent or legal guardian must register them for their appointment, sign a vaccine consent form, as well as be present at the time of vaccination.Those who wish to be notified about future events when they might be eligible to receive the vaccine can register for alerts.
  • When: April 12-16, 2021, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (appointments only); and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (walk-ups only)
  • Location: Barber Park (drive-thru site), 3701 Gatlin Avenue in Orlando
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification that shows proof of eligibility, such as a driver's license or other state ID card, and proof of Florida residency or part-time Florida residency, and a consent form for 16 and 17 year olds.

VA Centers

  • Who is eligible: Veterans of any age who are enrolled with the Veterans Administration and receive VA care.  Designated primary and secondary family caregivers who are enrolled in the VA's Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) and come with the veteran to get a vaccine. When supply allows, all veterans; spouses and surviving spouses of veterans; recipients of Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA) benefits; and caregivers of veterans.
    • For COVID-19 vaccine eligibility, a caregiver is defined as a family member or friend who provides care to a veteran. Caregivers may help a veteran with personal needs like feeding, bathing, or dressing, or they may help a veteran with tasks like shopping or transportation.
  • How to book appointment: Vaccines will be available by appointment or walk-ins, for Pfizer vaccine, as supply allows. Call 407-631-0499 on Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Eastern Time, or leave a voicemail during non-business hours, and the call will be returned.
  • Location
    • Orlando VA Medical Center at 13800 Veterans Way in Orlando. The vaccination clinic is in the fourth-floor main auditorium. For Pfizer vaccine, appointments are booked or walk-ins can come in from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
    • Lake Baldwin VA Medical Center at 5201 Raymond Street in Orlando. The vaccination clinic is in the auditotium. from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Appointments are available until 3 p.m. Walk-ins are accepted until until 1 p.m. Pfizer Vaccine. Closed on Easter.
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification

UCF and Valencia Downtown

  • Who is eligible: Individuals who are 18 and older, when vaccinations are available 
  • When: April 14, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., or while vaccine supplies last
  • Location: Park at the UCF Parramore Parking Garage, 323 N. Parramore Avenue in Orlando.  
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification that proves eligibility, such as a driver's license or other state ID card
    • Note: As part of a separate event, UCF and Rollins College are contacting eligible students at their schools during the week starting April 5 to help them get registered for vaccination appointments. Only the students contacted by those schools are eligible for those events.

Osceola

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Osceola, Orlando Health and AdventHealth
  • How to book appointment: Monitor the Osceola County website for the latest availability information, or sign up for county text alerts. When availability is announced, register online for first appointments. People who received vaccinations through Florida Department of Health-Osceola will be contacted by email to schedule their second doses. Those who have not been contacted two days prior to the second-dose due date should make contact with the DOH-Osceola call center at 407-552-0120, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Monitor the AdventHealth and Orlando Health websites for updates on when appointments are available. 
    • Effective starting March 25, 2021 through the end of May (or until vaccine supply is exhausted), at 65th Infantry Veterans Park in Buenaventura Lakes. The site will run seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. or until the daily 200-dose limit is reached. This is a walk-up clinic; no appointments are needed.
    • Chambers Park Community Center, 2380 Smith Street in Kissimmee. This site will run seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., or until supplies are exhausted, through April 30, 2021. This is a walk-up site; no appointments are needed.
    • Centro Cristiano Dios de Pactos Church, 1130 Simmons Road in Kissimmee. Appointments are required. Preregister at myvaccine.fl.gov or call 866-201-6507. Residents will be contacted by a vendor to schedule their first-dose appointment. Health Department staff will schedule the second-dose appointment.
  • Who can get the vaccine: Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required).
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring:ID proving eligibility 

Polk

Seminole

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Seminole, Orlando Health and AdventHealth
  • How to book appointment:  When available, register online at prepareseminole.org. When appointments are filled, you can check back for cancellations through the website.
    Monitor the AdventHealth and Orlando Health websites for updates on when appointments are available. 
  • Who can get the vaccine: Florida resident who is at least 16 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required). Individuals who are 16 or 17 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, who must register the teenager and sign a consent form.
  • Location: Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Mall Boulevard, Oviedo (entrance nearest the Food Court, between the Paul Mitchell School and Oyishi Japanese Steakhouse).
  • Cost:  None
  • What to bring: Government-issued ID

Sumter

State of Florida Department of Health/Global Medical Response

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who can get an appointment:  Individuals who are at least 18years old.
  • How to book appointment: Continue to check the vaccination registration site at sumterfl.saferestart.net for future appointments, and complete the requested information.
  • Vaccination dates: Daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for scheduled appointments only. Continue to check the vaccination registration site at sumterfl.saferestart.net
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: No information released

Sumter County Health Department COVID-19 vaccination

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who can get an appointment:  Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required).
  • How to book an appointment: Monitor the Sumter County Health Department for the latest information. When new vaccine events are announced, it will post an online registration form on the website.
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Eventbrite registration ticket and a valid form of identification (driver's license, passport, etc.) that proves agemcy and/or evidence of living in Florida. For those who do not have a printer, write down the order number provided after successful completion of registration. Those who have a bleeding disorder or are currently taking a blood thinner medication are required to either have a doctor's note of clearance for vaccination or will be asked to sign a waiver.

Volusia

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only
  • Who can get a vaccination appointment: Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required).
  • Who is distributing: Florida Department of Health-Volusia, Select Publix locations
  • How to book appointment: When available, appointments are required. To preregister for a vaccine appointment at the Volusia County Fairgrounds, visit myvaccine.fl.gov, the statewide site, or call 1-866-201-7314. Once preregistered, individuals will receive a call when vaccine appointments become available. That could be an extensive period of time. Questions regarding preregistration and appointments should be directed to the state’s Volusia County helpline at 1-833-540-2077.
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Proof of age and/or Florida residency such as a driver's license or state-issued ID

Family Health Center

  • Appointments or walk-up?: Appointments only at the Family Health Sourve site, but some mobile sites are walk-ups.
  • How to book appointment: To preregister for a vaccine appointment at the Volusia County Fairgrounds, visit Family Health Source's webiste, Facebook page, or call 386-202-6025, option 1.
  • Who can get a vaccination appointment: Florida resident who is at least 18 years old; or persons determined by a physician to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 (form required). Family Health Source does not currently have Pfizer vaccine available to administer vaccinations to 16- and 17-year-old individuals.
  • Who is distributing: Family Health Source
  • Schedule/Location:
    • Standing location: 1205 S. Woodland Boulevard, Suite 5, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Fridays
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Photo ID, proof of insurance (if applicable), last four digits of Social Security number, Medicare ID number (if applicable), emergency contact name and number, information on allergies

Daytona Beach VA Clinic

  • Who is eligible: Veterans of any age. Veterans must be enrolled and eligible for VA health care benefits; veterans receiving the Pfizer vaccine or Moderna vaccine must be able to return to the clinic they received their first shot at for a second dose; veterans who are not enrolled or do not currently receive care at VA can visit VA's Eligibility web page to learn more: Eligibility For VA Health Care | Veterans Affairs.
  • How to book appointment: Vaccines will be available by appointment only, as supply allows. Appointments are being scheduled for Moderna vaccinations from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call 407-631-0499 on Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Eastern Time, or leave a voicemail during non-business hours, and the call will be returned.
  • Location: Daytona Beach VA Multispecialty Community Based Outpatient Clinic located at 551 National Health Care Drive, Daytona Beach, Room 182. Vaccinations are administered in Room 182. Vaccinations are by appointment only.
  • Cost: None
  • What to bring: Identification

 

·     Work in public service (law enforcement, firefighter, hospital employee, teacher, etc.) – Valid employee ID is required at check-in

 

Have a qualifying underlying medical condition as stipulated by the CDC