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I’m ready to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Where do I go?

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 identify where you’d like to take your vaccine. Vaccines are free and now readily available at local pharmacies, healthcare providers and through government vaccination sites. Many locations do not require an appointment.

As of May 10, 2021 vaccines are available for:

  • Individuals ages 12 and up can receive Pfizer (two dose) vaccine but children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Individuals ages 18+ can receive Johnson & Johnson (single dose) and Moderna (two dose).
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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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FL Vax ButtonAre You Homebound and Would Like to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Homebound Florida residents who meet the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services criteria for homebound are eligible for homebound vaccine services. Visit the link below to register or call 1-833-930-3672 or email homeboundvaccines@cdrmaguire.com for assistance.

Register for Homebound Vaccination Here

Uber LogoUber Ride-Sharing Service Offering Free Rides to Vaccine Sites Through July 4

If you’re ready to get your COVID-19 vaccine and transportation is a problem, Uber can help. Between May 24 and July 4, Uber is offering free rides to and from vaccine sites, up to $25 off each way, 3 weeks apart. Visit the Uber app to find eligible vaccine sites and even schedule your appointment with Walgreens.

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Get a Vaccine in Pinellas County

CDC Vaccine Finder

Use Vaccines.gov to find a location near you, then call or visit their website to make an appointment or find walk-in hours.

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Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County

Starting May 17, DOH-Pinellas will begin offering vaccines by appointment at St. Petersburg, Clearwater and mid-County centers. Appointments available at St. Petersburg and Clearwater on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; mid-County appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Pinellas Park location will also offer appointments after May 24. Call 727-824-6931 to schedule an appointment.

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Florida Department of Health in Pinellas Schools Clinics

DOH-Pinellas will offer vaccines by appointment to students and families at three locations in Pinellas County from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. By appointment only. Call 727-824-6931 to schedule.

Site 1 – Largo High School, 410 Missouri Avenue, Largo, FL 33770
June 22 (Dose 1) & July 13 (Dose 2)

Site 2 – Gibbs High School, 850 34th Street South, St. Petersburg, FL 33711
June 23 (Dose 1) & July 14 (Dose 2)

Site 3 – Pinellas Park High School, 6305 118th Avenue North, Largo, FL 33773
June 24 (Dose 1) & July 15 (Dose 2)

Publix

Publix is administering COVID-19 vaccines at select stores throughout Pinellas County. Appointments are available by visiting the website, and walk-ins are accepted with no appointment necessary. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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Walmart

Walmart stores are administering COVID-19 vaccinations throughout Pinellas County. Visit the website to create a login and schedule an appointment. Walk-ins are also available without an appointment. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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Winn-Dixie

Winn-Dixie stores are administering COVID-19 vaccinations by walk-in or appointment. Visit Winn-Dixie’s website for more information or to schedule an appointment. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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Sam’s Club

Sam’s Club offers COVID-19 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. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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CVS

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. Walk-ins are also available. Visit the CVS website for additional information on vaccine availability and appointment times. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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Walgreens

Walgreens offers COVID-19 vaccines at select stores throughout Pinellas County by appointment and walk-in. Driver’s license or proof of residency required. Visit website to complete pre-screening and schedule an appointment. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

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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.

VA Hospital

Veterans of all ages and health conditions who receive care from Bay Pines VA Healthcare System can get a COVID vaccine Monday-Friday. Call 727-395-2400. Spouses and caretakers are also eligible for vaccines through the VA. 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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Walk-Up or Drive-Through Locations

Federal Vaccine Site at Tampa Dog Track (755 E. Waters Ave., Tampa) (CLOSED AS OF 5/25/21)

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. Update 5/25/21: This site has now closed.

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State Vaccine Site

Drive-through only. Open 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily. Appointments are not required but the process can be expedited by pre-registering via the link below. Site is located at the Suncoast YMCA, 950 S. Highland Ave., Clearwater and is administered by the Florida Department of Emergency Management.

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Community Health Centers of Pinellas

Vaccines for all eligible individuals as supply is available. You can sign-up for CHC’s waiting list and visit chcpinellas.org for more information.

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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.