ORLANDO, Fla. – Florida plans to soon vaccinate a new group of people as the state reports 5,600 new COVID-19 infections Tuesday.
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced the state is working on details to include sworn law enforcement officers and classroom teachers in its latest plans for federally-run vaccination sites.
FEMA will run operations at four mass-vaccination sites in Florida beginning March 3. There will be sites in Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville and Orlando, with Valencia College’s west campus selected for operations. [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] The governor said these sites will receive doses from the federal governmentRead more on clickorlando.com