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Your Go-To Source for COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Facts and information about the COVID-19 vaccine from experts and members of our community.

Beat COVID Pinellas is your go-to resource to learn from healthcare experts and other Pinellas residents, and explore trusted resources and data. We’re here to cut through the misinformation to help you make an informed decision on the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Helping You Decide if the Vaccine is Right for You

As with any health decision, it's important to think about both the benefits and potential risks. If you are not sure if the vaccine is right for you, these articles may help. Be sure to discuss your personal health situation with your doctor.

Learn About Vaccine Safety

Access resources to understand how the vaccine works and what the differences are in vaccine types.

Hear Community Vaccine Stories

Hear your neighbors and medical experts share their experiences with getting the vaccine.

Locate for Your Vaccine

Find out how to get the vaccine through the Health Department, local pharmacies and more.

My Vaccine Story:
Dr. LaDonna Butler

COVID-19 has affected each of us and our families in different ways. But what we do share is the common desire to get back to “normal” again (whatever that is) and be able to hug our families and friends, travel, and simply feel safe doing the things we used to do. Hearing community “vaccine stories” gives you the chance to learn from others’ experiences and use their wisdom as a guide to move forward when thinking about taking the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Moving Forward Together, Preserving Our Legacy

Our goal is to have at least 3 out of 4 Black and Brown people in the county vaccinated by the end of the year. Although the percentage needed to reach “herd immunity” for COVID-19 is not yet known, we do know that the more people who get the vaccine, the more quickly all of us will be able to safely live our lives again. Getting the shot is especially important for communities of color. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) people who are Black have nearly 3x the hospitalization rate of people who are white due to COVID-19, and about 2x as many die. This rate is even higher for our Latinx neighbors.

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Join Us and Share Your Vaccine Story

It will take all of us to Beat COVID Pinellas. The world has changed and we’ll continue to move forward and press on through our pains and our challenges, together.

Advocate for your Neighborhood

If you know of a community that needs more information or a visit from our mobile vaccine unit, let us know.

Share Your Story

Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram at @BeatCOVIDPinellas and share photos and videos getting your shot using #BeatCOVIDPinellas.