Ron Desantis Health state Florida covid-19 vaccine Department Ron Desantis Health state Florida

New federally supported COVID-19 vaccine sites coming to Florida, including Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. – In a few weeks, four new federally supported COVID-19 vaccination sites will open in Florida’s biggest metro areas, including Orlando.

The sites will open March 3, operate seven days per week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and provide 2,000 shots per day. [TRENDING: Florida women dress as grannies to get vaccinated | NASA sticks landing on Mars | Puppy schemes rise during pandemic] In a news release Friday, Gov.

Ron DeSantis also said each site will have two smaller, mobile, satellite sites that will administer 500 doses per day in underserved areas, bringing the overall total for each site to 3,000 shots per day.

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