ORLANDO, Fla. – Florida is now allowing people age 60 and up to get vaccinations for COVID-19. Florida previously had limited shots to people 65 years old and up, frontline health care workers, law enforcement and firefighters and school employees. [TRENDING: Sheriff: Man cut off grandpa’s ears | Cops kill man suspected of fatally shooting his mom | SpaceX launch creates crazy clouds] Gov.
Ron DeSantis extended eligibility on Monday to those 60 and over. A FEMA mobile site opened at South Econ Park, where workers are giving up to 500 shots per day to those who are eligible for the vaccine.
Michael Todd, 64, drove from Seminole County to South Econ Park on Monday morning to get in line for the COVID-19 vaccine. “I’m glad it’s over with.