HIALEAH, Fla. – Teachers and law enforcement officers 50 years old or older will soon be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
During a news conference Tuesday in South Florida, Gov. Ron DeSantis said plans are in the works to include the new age group 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?] The operations, funded by FEMA, will open a location March 3 at the west campus of Valencia College in Orlando.
The other three sites will be in Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa. “We want that to be open not just to seniors, but to sworn law enforcement and classroom teachers,” heRead more on clickorlando.com