ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Orange County Public Schools is partnering with various health organizations to help bring shots of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine to students ahead of the new school year.
This week, mobile clinics with Health Hero Florida will be stopping by at Orange County high schools offering shots from 3 to 6 p.m. The clinics are only allowing walk-ups. All clinics are also open to the public.
The school district says though Pfizer has been approved for children 12 and older, students under the age of 18 will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian and have a signed consent form. The consent form can be filled out beforehand here.
Health Hero Florida will be at 4 high schools across the county this week giving the Pfizer #COVID19vaccine:— ocpsnews (@OCPSnews) July 12, 2021
☑️Winter Park High on Tues, July 13
☑️West Orange High on Weds, July 14
☑️Apopka High on Thurs, July 15
& ☑️University High on Fri, July 16
Walk-ups only, 3-6pm. pic.twitter.com/G1UFajiXCm
Second dose shots will be administered at the same locations in August.
The mobile clinic will be at the following high schools:
Tuesday, July 13: Winter Park High School Auditorium
2100 Summerfield Road, Winter Park
Wednesday, July 14: West Orange High School Media Center
1625 S. Beulah Road, Winter Garden
Thursday, July 15: Apopka High School Media Center
555 W. Martin St., Apopka
Friday, July 6: University High School Portable 900
2450 Cougar Way, Orlando
For information on future vaccine sites at Orange County schools, click here.