UPDATE: After a recommended pause due to rare blood clot concerns. the Food and Drug Administration is now resuming the use of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine. But, it won't immediately be available again in Florida. The state's health department told Spectrum Bay News 9 that all screening and consent forms must be updated to match new federal guidance and include an approved warning message. That likely won't happen until next week.

All adults 18 years old and over (16 and older for Pfizer) can get the vaccine.

Florida has set up a statewide waiting list for vaccine appointments. You can sign up here or call (866) 201-0442.

Only Florida residents can get vaccinated in the state, and you must show a valid Florida driver's license, ID card or utility bill showing a Florida address.

You must fill out either one of these screening and consent forms (Moderna or Pfizer) before being vaccinated, and remember to bring a photo ID.

For counties requiring appointments, you must bring your registration confirmation to your appointment.

And now, the following retail pharmacies are beginning to administer the vaccines (Click the pharmacy name for more information):

Here’s the latest information from county health departments:

Citrus County

    The Florida Department of Health in Citrus County (DOH-Citrus) is hosting first come, first serve drive-thru vaccination clinics. Information on future non-appointment vaccination events can be found on the county's Department of Health website.

    The county is also participating in the statewide preregistration system. You can sign up to be notified about available appoinmtments at myvaccine.fl.gov.

    Additional information: Citrus County is currently offering only the Moderna vaccine. Click here for a fact sheet with dose scheduling, safety information and possible side effects.

Hernando County

    Vaccines are being offered by appointment only when supplies are available.

    Information on how to book an appointment can be found on the county's Department of Health website or by calling (844) 770-8548

    Additional information: Updates on appointment availability have been provided on the health department's Twitter page. Citrus County is currently offering only the Moderna vaccine. See the link above.

    Publix stores in Hernando County are also making appointments for vaccinations. Appointments can be made here.

Hillsborough County

    In Hillsborough County, there are two sites where no appointment, or car, is necessary. 

    FEMA is operating a drive-thru vaccination site at  the Tampa Greyhound Track. It's open daily from 7am-7pm and offers the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. 

    Appointments are mandatory. No walk-ups will be accepted.

    To request an appointment, call 1-866-200-3896 or TTY 1-833-476-1029, or visit myvaccine.fl.gov. You will be notified by the state-contracted appointment center when vaccine supplies and appointments are available.

    Additionally, walk-up sites are being set up around the county.

    For a list and links to medical systems and retail providers where you may be able to obtain a vaccine if you qualify under Florida’s Phase 1 plan, go to HCFLGov.net/vaccine.

Manatee County

    The county is operating a standby pool for vaccination appointments.

    The pool is being managed through an automated system called Everbridge. Users to create a portal, modify their information and opt-out of the vaccine. To register for the standby pool, vist this website anytime, or call 311 between 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on weekdays.

    As doses become available, people enrolled in the pool will be randomly selected and contacted to make an appointment. 

    After receiving your first dose, information on what to bring to ypur second dose appointment can be found here along with dates and locations for second doses based on the day you received your first dose.

Pasco County

Pinellas County

Polk County

This story will be updated regularly.