Why: The clinic will be administering Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Johnson & Johnson is the single-dose vaccine. Pfizer and Moderna require a first and a second dose; a booster is recommended for all patients 12 and older who have completed the series previously according to the table below.
Please note that the Pediatric COVID-19 vaccine will not be available at the clinic on February 11.
Bring a valid form of ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.) to your vaccination appointment. If you are not a Florida resident or seasonal resident, you will be asked simple questions such as, “While you are in Florida, are you providing goods or services that benefit residents and visitors in Florida?” to verify eligibility. If you are attending this clinic for a second or third dose of vaccine, bring your vaccine card.
The Pfizer vaccine is authorized for individuals 5 years and older; anyone younger than 18 years old is required to have a parent or guardian consent and present at the time of the vaccine. Please refer to the table below for more details on vaccine eligibility:
* * For further guidance on boosters please visit the Center for Disease Control’s website CDC-Boosters
The Moderna vaccine has now received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration as of Jan 31, 2022 and is no longer under emergency use authorization. All persons 12 and older who completed their primary COVID-19 vaccination series are now eligible for booster doses. Because of the current availability of all COVID-19 vaccines, vaccine clinics held by the public private partnership will offer all doses of all vaccine types except for Pediatric doses which will be unavailable at the February 11 clinic.
The public/private partnership will be holding regularly scheduled clinics for the foreseeable future. Next City Vaccine Clinic is scheduled for Friday, Feb 25,