Since a limited amount of coronavirus vaccines are already available in Florida, residents are eager to know when they will be able to queue up to take the medicine.
One of the largest hospitals in South Florida will open its doors to patients seeking vaccines much younger than the state requirements, as long as they meet certain requirements.
This is what we know about the Florida Coronavirus outbreak today and the efforts to stop it.
Slot machines remain open at CVS locations in South Florida
A few days after it was announced that the vaccine will be available in the Miami-Dade and Broward regions of South Florida, the location of the CVS in the region remains open.
To register for an appointment, click this link to see where there are vacancies.
Old people at Chen Medical Center get vaccinated
On Saturday, the two newest centers in Miami-Dade County and Broward County will safely administer up to 1
These events were held at 2230 NW 95th Street in Miami and 3460 North Andrews Avenue in Oakland Park. They were part of a strategic and multifaceted collaboration with the Florida Department of Health to better protect thousands of underserved areas. Elderly people are protected from the coronavirus pandemic.
Broward Health will provide vaccines for high-risk populations over 18 years of age
Broward Health announced on Friday that it has opened a COVID-19 vaccine appointment service for high-risk groups of 18 years and older.
A Broward Health spokesperson said that as of Friday afternoon, all appointments have been completed. It is not clear when the healthcare system will open another batch of appointments, but it is likely to happen next week.
Patients aged 18 and over who meet one of the high-risk groups can only get the vaccine by appointment.
FDA team unanimously recommend Johnson & Johnson vaccine
On Friday, an important advisory group from the Food and Drug Administration supported the emergency use of Johnson & Johnson’s single coronavirus vaccine.
This recommendation is a critical step, paving the way for the distribution of a third preventive treatment in the United States next week.
The FDA Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee passed the non-binding decision 22-0, and the Biden administration is working to increase the supply of vaccine doses and get Americans vaccinated as soon as possible.