JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Counties in the Jacksonville area are beginning to open up appointments for health care workers and individuals ages 65 and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
In many cases, the appointments to get the vaccine need to be made online. Here are the links you need to utilize to make appointments or request the vaccine:
To quickly find which vaccination sites have the vaccine available visit https://vaccinefinder.org/.
All Publix Pharmacy locations in the state of Florida have started offering COVID-19 vaccine appointments for Floridians age 65 and older.
Currently, all available COVID-19 vaccine appointments have been claimed. Check back Wednesday, March 3 at 7 a.m. EST (6 a.m. CST) for the next opportunity to book an appointment.
Vaccination appointments are scheduled online only. Appointments cannot be made by calling Publix or the Publix Pharmacy.
EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE:
Edward Waters College is partnering with Agape Family Health to vaccinate seniors 65 and older and health care workers, on a first come, first served basis.
Just walk in and go to one of the tables and you’ll be registered for a vaccine.
Agape is looking to vaccinate people who live in the following five zip codes for now: 32209, 32208, 32210, 32218, and, 32254. Click here for more information.
The Gateway Mall, located at 5200 Norwood Avenue, will serve as a federally supported COVID-19 vaccination site, beginning on March 3. It will operate seven days per week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and will administer 2,000 vaccines per day.
To preregister for your COVID-19 vaccination appointment at the Gateway Mall, call the Duval County vaccine booking number at 866-200-3762, or visit myvaccine.fl.gov.
NOTE: This COVID-19 vaccination site is only available for preregistration appointments at this time.
For more information, click here.
The COVID-19 vaccine is available to seniors at 16 Walmart stores and 2 Sam’s Club locations in Jacksonville, according to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. For more information, visit walmart.com/covidvaccine or visit samsclub.com/pharmacy or click here to view our story.
CLANZEL T. BROWN COMMUNITY CENTER:
For two days only, the Clanzel T. Brown Community Center located at 4575 Moncrief Road served as a COVID-19 vaccination site.
Those who were given their first shot on Friday, Feb. 5, should have returned Friday, Feb. 26. If you received it on Saturday, Feb. 6, you should have returned Saturday, Feb. 27.
Anyone who does not return on those dates will need to visit the State site at Regency.
For assistance, call 630-CITY (2489). Click here for more information on this site.
The Regency Mall began COVID-19 vaccinations on Wednesday, Jan. 20. This is an appointment only center, but sometimes, the center announces days where no appointment is needed on social media.
To make an appointment call 1-866-200-3762. (NOTE: Appointments can only be made by calling the number provided, there are no appointments made online).
During your appointment, you must have a photo ID that proves that you’re a Florida resident.
For more on the Regency Mall vaccination center, click here.
At Action News Jax, the team has heard from a lot of seniors who said they have not received a call about scheduling their second dose. The Florida Department of Emergency Management stated no one is due back at Regency at exactly 21 days. In fact, they say you have up to six weeks to get your second dose.
Clay County Emergency Management said that when more vaccines become available, they will be given by appointment.
When available, appointments can be made by clicking here: https://www.claycountygov.com/community/emergency-management
Three Winn-Dixie stores -- one in Middleburg, one in Orange Park and one in Green Cove Springs -- are offering COVID-19 vaccines. Winn-Dixie is encouraging people to check their website to register for an appointment.
ST. JOHNS COUNTY
St. Johns County announced the launch of a new COVID-19 vaccination appointment preregistration starting Feb. 22, 2021.
Individuals who are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine may now preregister for an appointment by visiting https://sjcvaccineappointment.sjcfl.us.
Individuals who pre-register will receive an automated call from 904-295-3711 when vaccination appointments become available.
To receive the COVID-19 vaccination, you must be at least 65 years of age or older, or be a healthcare professional with direct patient contact. For more information, please call the St. Johns County COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline at 904-295-3711 (dial all ten digits). To read more about the county’s vaccination plan, click here.
Columbia County Emergency Management Facebook said individuals 65 years of age and older will be the first ones to be vaccinated.
To submit a request for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, click here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=gI_NKEQ8J0uBoM0rA6MbjRpCZIpOR05Luq-wGVyNbeVUQTcyUFFET0tEU0JYSk1VTDBSQVhWRTVZMy4u
Nassau County has set up a waitlist for people aged 65 and over wanting the COVID-19 vaccine.
To register for the wait list, click here: https://www.onenassau.com/covid-19-vaccine-appointments/
The Department of Health in Putnam County has temporarily closed registration for the vaccine due to signups exceeding the department’s initial 10,000 registrations cap. If you have already pre-registered please be patient as the department will continue scheduling appointments as more vaccine becomes available to Putnam County. If possible, the department will re-open registration once the first group of 10,000 registrants complete their vaccinations.
Request form for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine (NOTE: Form is not currently active): https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=gI_NKEQ8J0uBoM0rA6MbjRpCZIpOR05Luq-wGVyNbeVUQTcyUFFET0tEU0JYSk1VTDBSQVhWRTVZMy4
CAMDEN & GLYNN COUNTIES
The Georgia Department of Public Health’s Coastal Health District, which includes Camden and Glynn counties, says residents can schedule appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations online at chdcovidvax.org.
Residents who don’t have access to a computer or need assistance can schedule by phone at 912-230-5506. NOTE: Telephone wait times may be long.
The appointments are available for Georgia residents who are healthcare workers, emergency first responders, adults age 65 and older, and caregivers of adults age 65 and older.
Beginning March 8, 2021, the following groups will also be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine:
- Educators and staff (Pre-K, K-12, DECAL licensed or exempt childcare programs)
- Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers
- Parents of children with complex medical conditions
If you are part of this newly expanded phase, you may ONLY schedule an appointment that occurs on or after March 8, as you will not be able to be vaccinated before that date.
Residency: To be eligible, you must also reside in Georgia (full time or part time) or be employed in the state. You do not have to be vaccinated in your county of residence. Any Georgian can be vaccinated in any county.
The website is for booking your first dose only. Your second dose will be booked at your appointment. If at all possible, you should plan to receive your second dose at the same place you received your first.
Appointments can be booked up to 8 days in advance. If you do not see any available appointments, check again the following day.
Appointments are available on a first come, first served basis for qualifying individuals, and can be scheduled up to 8 days in advance, depending on vaccine availability. The scheduling system is for first dose appointments only. Second dose appointments are booked at the time the first dose is administered.
Additional information about vaccine and about vaccine providers can be found at covid19.gachd.org/vaccine.
Publix locations in Camden and Glynn counties are offering COVID-19 vaccines. To check appointment availability, visit www.publix.com/covidvaccine.
For the latest COVID-19 vaccine information, visit the health department’s website: http://baker.floridahealth.gov/events/2021/01/COVID.html
The COVID-19 vaccine will be available beginning Friday, Feb. 12 to seniors at the Walmart in Macclenny, according to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. For more information, visit walmart.com/covidvaccine or click here to view our story.
BRADFORD & UNION COUNTIES
For the latest COVID-19 vaccine information for Bradford and Union counties, click here: https://floridahealthcovid19.gov/covid-19-vaccines-in-florida/
The COVID-19 vaccine will be available beginning Friday, Feb. 12 to seniors at the Walmart in Starke, according to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. For more information, visit walmart.com/covidvaccine or click here to view our story.
CHARLTON, WARE, BRANTLEY, PIERCE COUNTIES
The Georgia Department of Public Health’s Southeast Health District has reactivated its appointment scheduling process for COVID-19 vaccinations.
If you are eligible under the Phase 1A expansion, you may call 1-855-473-4374 to schedule an appointment to receive your COVID-19 vaccine. You may also visit sehdph.org for more information concerning vaccination appointment scheduling.
If you had a previously scheduled appointment to receive your first or second vaccine dose, your appointment still stands.
Please reach out to the Department of Health if you had a previously scheduled vaccination appointment at one of its vaccination sites and have now received your vaccine from another provider. By doing this, we can offer that time slot to another qualified individual.
To locate additional COVID-19 vaccine providers, please visit the Georgia Department of Public Health’s vaccine locator tool at https://dph.georgia.gov/covid-vaccine.
Please be aware that we may have to pause scheduling again in the future based on vaccine availability.