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Indian River Announces Additional Online Vaccine Appointments for Florida Residents 65 Years and Older

Indian River Announces Additional Online Vaccine Appointments for Florida Residents 65 Years and Older

Indian River Announces Additional Online Vaccine Appointments for Florida Residents 65 Years and Older

Today, Indian River County announced that the Florida Department of Health Indian River has additional online vaccine appointments available for Tuesday, January 26, Wednesday, January 27, and Thursday, January 28, by-appointment only for Florida residents 65 years and older at the Indian River County Fairgrounds (7955 58th Avenue in Vero Beach).

To make an online reservation appointment for Tuesday, January 26, click here: https://IRCAppointments.as.me/Tues-Jan26.

To make an online reservation appointment for Wednesday, January 27, or Thursday, January 28, click here: https://IRCAppointments.as.me/jan27-28-10a-1p.

Last week, Florida Surgeon General, Dr. Scott Rivkees, signed a public health advisory prioritizing Florida residents for COVID-19 vaccinations given in Florida. This advisory outlines eligibility and proof-of residency requirements. Florida residents with scheduled appointments must bring a form of identification and wear a mask.

The limited number of COVID-19 vaccines Indian River County receives from the State of Florida determines appointment availability. At this time, walk-ups are not accepted. Please continue to check the Indian River County website (www.ircgov.com) as new appointments will be released once additional vaccines are confirmed.

Individuals are encouraged to subscribe to ALERT Indian Riverfor FREE alerts for future updates on vaccination clinics. Updates will be also be shared on the Indian River County website and other social media platforms as they become available.

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