ORLANDO, Fla. – School employees and law enforcements officers over 50 years old will soon be able to get the coronavirus vaccine in Florida, according to Gov.
Ron DeSantis, when federally run Florida inoculation sites begin operation in March. During a news conference Tuesday, DeSantis said plans are in the works to include the new age group of 50 and older at federal vaccination sites slated to open next week. [TRENDING: HOA charges family $927 for trash on curb | Doctor faces hate crime charge in social distancing attack | Mandatory vaccines for first responders?] Among the sites funded by FEMA will include a location at the west campus of Valencia College in Orlando.Read more on clickorlando.com