Orange County to bring mobile vaccine unit to businesses

Businesses will be able to apply for vaccine unit

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – To ramp up COVID-19 vaccinations in Orange County, crews have been bringing doses directly into neighborhoods.

County leaders are now throwing businesses and organizations into the mix, this is part of a new vaccination program in Orange County.

“Our web page, there is a form on the landing page that people can enter all the information we are requiring, so businesses and institutions can invite us to their places to go and get vaccinated,” Health Officer Dr. Raul Pino said.

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The Florida Department of Health in Orange County launched its COVID-19 Business/Organization Mobile Vaccination Request form on the Department’s website.

Any businesses and members of the community can apply to have crews bring a mobile COVID-19 unit to them.

“We will try to vaccinate as many as possible,” Pino said.

The service manager of Hawkers Asian Street Fare Justine Potvin said this program makes it convenient and could encourage more people to get the vaccine.

“With the convenience factor, I think it makes it a lot [more conveninant]. People are more probable to come in and get vaccinated,” Potvin said.

Potvin said with 75 employees, it is an opportunity they may take advantage of.

Once a form is filled out online, Orange County health leaders said they will contact you to talk about scheduling a vaccination date.


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Lauren Cervantes was born and raised in the Midwest but calls Florida her second home. She joined News 6 in August 2019 as a reporter.