Pre-Register Now for the COVID-19 Vaccine.
COVID-19 vaccines continue to arrive in Florida in extremely limited supply. As we await additional vaccine supply from the Federal Government, we urge currently eligible Florida residents to save their place in line by pre-registering today.
Individuals 60 Years of Age and Older
Long-Term Care Facility Residents & Staff*
Healthcare Personnel with Direct Patient Contact
Individuals Deemed Extremely Vulnerable to COVID-19*
K-12 School Employees 50 Years of Age and Older
Sworn Law Enforcement Officers 50 Years of Age and Older
Firefighters 50 Years of Age and Older
If you meet any of the criteria above and have not yet received the COVID-19 vaccine (first or second dose), select your preferred county so that you can get in line now:
Not currently eligible?
If you do not meet the criteria listed above, sign up now to receive email updates to learn when you will be eligible to receive the vaccine.
For more information and updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccine in Florida and to be notified when new appointments are available in your area, please submit your email below.
COVID-19 vaccines continue to arrive in Florida in extremely limited supply.
Each week, the Federal Government authorizes states to order a maximum number of vaccines. Putting seniors and healthcare personnel first, Florida orders the maximum number of vaccines available to our state. Upon receiving the vaccines from the Federal Government, counties coordinate the vaccination process for their residents. Here’s how the process works:
The Federal Government sets weekly vaccine allocation for each state
This is the amount of vaccine that may be ordered by each state and the weekly vaccine allocation includes both first and second doses.
Florida orders the vaccine each week
As soon as we know what is available, we order the maximum available doses of the vaccine.
Vaccines Ship to Florida Counties
The Federal Government ships the ordered vaccines to providers throughout Florida.
Vaccines Go into Arms
Local providers coordinate vaccinations for their community.