COVID-19 vaccine eligibility expanded in Florida

Any person not from state, but is providing goods and services can get vaccine

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The eligibility for getting a COVID-19 vaccine in Florida has expanded.

Surgeon General. Dr. Scott Rivkees issued a health advisory expanding the eligibility of the vaccine to non-Florida residents providing good and services in the state.

The health advisory issued by Rivkees can be read at this link.

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Anyone 16 and or older is eligible for the vaccine.

People who are 16 and 17 must have a parent or guardian with them while getting the vaccine.

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Anyone interested in signing up for the vaccine can find out more information at this link.


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