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I’m ready to take the COVID-19 vaccine. What’s next?

Regardless of your age, or health status, if you’ve decided that the COVID-19 vaccine makes sense for your health your first step is to sign-up at the various providers below. By creating an account, you’ll receive notifications from the source providers when you are eligible to make an appointment.


As of May 7, 2021 vaccine appointments can be made for:

  • Individuals aged 18+ can receive Johnson&Johnson (single dose) and Moderna (two dose).
  • Those aged 16 and up can receive Pfizer (two dose) vaccine but children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
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Do you need a ride to get a COVID-19 Vaccine? 

If you have Florida Medicaid you can get a ride at no cost to you. Learn more!

If you do not have a Medicaid health plan, call 1-877-254-1055 to find out the name and phone number for a transportation service.

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Get a Vaccine in Pinellas County

Pinellas County

The Patient Portal was the first available option for vaccine registration. Remember to “opt-in” to notifications after creating your patient account.

Create an Account and Register


As of February 3, 2021, Publix is administering COVID-19 vaccines at select stores throughout Pinellas County. Appointment booking times are announced as new vaccine shipments become available and can only be made online (do not call the store or the pharmacy). Visit the website to learn when opportunities to book an appointment are available.

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VA Hospital

The VA has partnered with the CDC and federal partners to develop a phased plan for vaccine distribution to high-risk veterans who already receive care at the VA. Access is limited and each facility will establish its own determining factors (ex. Age 75+). High-risk caregivers may be eligible. Learn more below.

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Homebound Veterans

Gov. Ron DeSantis has directed the Florida Department of Health and the Florida Division of Emergency Management to coordinate with the Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs to identify veterans of World War II and the Korean War who are unable to travel to receive a vaccine. Call (850) 487-1533, extension 9 or visit the website below.

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Announced February 9, 2021 by Governor Ron DeSantis, Walmart stores began administering COVID-19 vaccinations per state guidelines on Friday, February 12, 2021. Walmart advises to check back often for availability as the vaccine rolls out to more stores. Visit the website for more information and a store finder.

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Announced February 9, 2021 by Governor Ron DeSantis, Winn-Dixie stores began administering COVID-19 vaccinations per state guidelines on Friday, February 12, 2021. Vaccines are by appointment only. Visit Winn-Dixie’s website to complete their consent form and schedule an appointment.

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Sam’s Club

Announced February 9, 2021 by Governor Ron DeSantis, Walmart stores began administering COVID-19 vaccinations per state guidelines on Friday, February 12, 2021. Sam’s Club offers vaccines to all individuals, with or without store membership. Sam’s Club members can visit the website below to sign-in; non-members can create a free guest account to make an appointment when vaccines are available.

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CVS Health is partnering with state and federal programs to help administer the COVID-19 vaccine at retail locations per state guidelines. Appointments can be scheduled for first and second dose vaccines on the CVS website or through the CVS Pharmacy® app. Visit the CVS website for additional information on vaccine availability and appointment times.

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Select Hospitals and Healthcare Centers

Hospitals and healthcare centers are reaching out directly to patients for scheduling based on availability. Hospitals have discretion to use a small number of doses for medically vulnerable patients under 65 based on physician prescriptions. Due to limited supply, appointments are provided to the most critical patients first.

Patients contacted via direct notification from healthcare providers.

Walk-Up Locations

Federal Vaccine Site at Tampa Greyhound Track

Neighboring Pinellas sites, the following option is available via Hillsborough County. This Tampa site is a walk-up location (not a drive-through) and is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week. An appointment is not required.

Mobile vaccine locations are also available throughout the week. Check the website for details.

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Community Health Centers of Pinellas

No appointment needed! Vaccines can be obtained immediately.

You will need to bring a driver’s license, State issued ID OR you can bring a piece of mail with your name and address on it to prove residency.

This location serves all priority groups, including anyone who is 18 and over who is vulnerable (underlying health conditions), however, a doctor’s note is needed.

Vulnerable persons who are without a primary care provider or are who are uninsured or undocumented can contact us directly for an appointment with a provider at 727-824-8181.

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Mobile Vaccine Vans

Mobile Vaccine vans will come to communities that lack access or are transportation challenged, beginning the week of March 15.

If you are interested in organizing a vaccine day for your community, clients, or organization please contact the Community Health Centers of Pinellas at 727-824-8181. 

Our goal is at least 100 vaccines distributed for 1/2 day at your site, or 200 for a full day.