There are three vaccines approved under emergency use in the United States. All people ages 12 and up can now get the Pfizer vaccine, while those 18 years old and up can get the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Vaccines are now widely available, in some locations without an appointment.
The following retail pharmacies are administering the vaccines at certain locations (Click the pharmacy name for more information):
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The Florida Department of Health in Citrus County (DOH-Citrus) is hosting various vaccination events. Locations and times can be found on the county's Department of Health website.
The county is offering all three available vaccine brands.
There are currently no county-run vaccination events scheduled.
Hernando County residents can get vaccinated at any of the retail pharmacies listed above.
More information can be found on the county's Department of Health website or by calling (844) 770-8548
The Florida Department of Health in Hillsborough County is currently hosting targeted, on-site vaccination events in coordination with businesses, community and faith-based organizations.
You can find more information on the county's DOH website.
The county's heath department is offering vaccinations at its locations in St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Mid-County and Pinellas Park.
You can schedule an appointment by calling (727) 824-6931
The department of health os offering vaccinations (Pfizer, Moderna and J&J) without appointments from 11 a.m - 6 p.m. at these locations (Click links for directions):
Mondays: Lakeland Health Department
Wednesday: Auburndale testing location
Fridays: Haines City Health Department
You can find more information on the county health departments website.
This story will be updated regularly.