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Collier County COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Information (DOH)

The Collier County Department of Health is continuing distribution of the COVID-19 Vaccine with a limited amount of vaccines per day per site. 

All providers administering COVID-19 vaccine can ONLY vaccinate the following populations:

  • As of April 5th, eligible Florida residents who are 18 years and older can receive the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
  • Those 16 years and older can receive the Pfizer vaccine

Stay tuned for updates on your local news channels for updates on weekly distribution and how to make an appointment online through the Eventbrite website.

 

GOVERNOR DESANTIS EXECUTIVE ORDER

Who can be vaccinated?

As of April 5, eligible Florida residents who are 18 years and older can receive the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine.  Those 16 years and older can receive the Pfizer vaccine.

 

My child is 17 and I want them to receive the Johnson & Johnson and/or Moderna vaccine. How can I do this?

 You cannot.  The Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine have received approval from the FDA for those aged 18 years and older.  The Pfizer vaccine has received approval for those aged 16 years and older.

 

Why are you opening vaccine to those over the age 18?

Per the Governor’s Executive Order, those administering vaccine must administer vaccine to eligible Florida residents who are 18 years and older can receive the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Those 16 years and older can receive the Pfizer vaccine.

 

I am a senior and still haven’t received my vaccine. How do I receive it?

You may contact the Florida Department of Health in Collier County Call Center at 239-252-6220 or COVID19Collier@flhealth.gov. Please note: it may take up to 72 hours for a return call. Do not leave multiple messages. The call center is open 7 days a week from 9:00am-5:00pm.

 

For additional information please visit:  Collier County DOH Vaccine

Updated 4/6/2021 11:24 AM
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