ORLANDO, Fla. – One of the nation’s first federally-run mass vaccination sites is set to open in Central Florida.
Last week, the Gov. Ron DeSantis announced FEMA vaccine sites will open up in Miami, Jacksonville, Tampa and Orlando at Valencia College - West Campus off Kirkman Road.
To learn more about the logistics of what the site will look like and how it will operate News 6 spoke to Orange County’s Director of Public Safety Danny Banks. [TRENDING: Car flies off I-4 in Orlando | Meet bone cancer survivor who will be youngest American in space | United engine blows apart during flight] Below are four takeaway to know before the site opens. FEMA plans to vaccinate up to 3,000 people per day 7 days a week According to a news release fromRead more on clickorlando.com