St. Johns County COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments

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St. Johns County COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments

St. Johns County COVID-19 Vaccination - First Appointment Scheduling through eventbrite has ended

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Date and time

January 4, 2021 · 9am - February 24, 2021 · 6pm EST


Solomon Calhoun Community Center 1300 Duval Street St. Augustine, FL 32084

About this event

St. Johns County launched a new COVID-19 vaccination appointment preregistration system on February 22, 2021. Individuals who are interested in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine may now preregister for an appointment by visiting Individuals who preregister with St. Johns County’s Vaccination Appointment System will receive an automated phone call from 904.295.3711 when COVID-19 vaccination appointments become available, and will be provided the opportunity to do one of the following:

-Accept the assigned appointment.

-Decline the assigned appointment.

-Request removal from the registry.

-Ask for a phone call from a vaccine call center operator.

Appointments will no longer be scheduled through eventbrite.

Per State of Florida Executive Order 20-315, vaccines at the St. Johns County COVID-19 vaccination site are only available for individuals 65 years of age and older, or healthcare personnel with direct patient contact with a work ID, letter, or paystub providing proof of employment.

Vaccine recipients must also be able to demonstrate Florida residency, as defined in Florida Statute 381.986(5)(b), or be an individual present in Florida for the purpose of providing health care with direct patient contact. Residents receiving the COVID-19 vaccination must bring a valid Florida driver license or state I.D. Seasonal residents must provide the following:

• A deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement, or residential rental or lease agreement

• A utility bill or a utility hookup/work order dated within 60 days before the date of the vaccination appointment

• Mail from a financial institution or federal, state, county, municipal government agency, not more than two months old.

Non-residents currently residing in Florida with the purpose of providing health care with direct patient contact must provide proof of employment.

2nd dose appointments will be assigned at the vaccine site for the Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday closest to Pfizer's recommended 21-day interval.

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