City of Orlando to offer COVID-19 vaccines at several mobile sites this week

ORLANDO, Fla. — The city of Orlando will offer the COVID-19 vaccine at several mobile sites this week.

Crews will administer the Pfizer vaccine to individuals 12 and older, and the Johnson & Johnson vaccine also will be available for adults.

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City officials said the mobile clinics ensure that the COVID-19 vaccine is accessible to all, especially for families, prior to the start of the school year.

The sites this week will be located at:

• Monday, July 12 – Engelwood Neighborhood Center, 6123 La Costa Drive

• Tuesday, July 13 – Rosemont Neighborhood Center, 4872 Rose Bay Drive

• Wednesday, July 14 – Dr. James R. Smith Neighborhood Center, 1723 Bruton Boulevard

• Thursday, July 15 – Northwest Neighborhood Center, 3955 WD Judge Drive

• Friday, July 16 – Citrus Square Neighborhood Center, 5625 Hickey Drive

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“We’ve made great strides as a community in stopping the spread of the pandemic, thanks to our residents who have been vaccinated,” Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said. “And it’s critical we continue to make the vaccine available to as many of our residents as possible, especially families, now that teenagers are eligible to receive it. Our neighborhood centers are conveniently located throughout the city and it only takes about 30 minutes to get the vaccine there. The City of Orlando remains committed to doing all we can to help residents protect themselves, their families and every person in our community from COVID-19.”

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Each site will be open from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

More information about the vaccine sites can be found here.

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