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Florida officially launches statewide pre-registration system for COVID-19 vaccine appointments

The state has announced the launch of a statewide pre-registration system to schedule COVID-19 vaccine appointments for individuals 65 and older and frontline health care workers.

Individuals can pre-register for vaccine appointments and be notified when appointments are available in their area by visiting myvaccine.fl.gov.

This website will allow individuals who are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine to be proactively contacted when vaccine appointments are available at state-supported vaccination sites.

On the site, residents can select their county and submit their contact information. Once appointments are available, individuals will be contacted by phone call, text or email and will be assisted in scheduling an appointment.

Vaccine supply remains limited and appointments may not be available for several weeks in some counties.

Additionally, as part of the statewide registration system, each county has a designated phone number that individuals can call and pre-register if they do not have Internet access.

Please find the complete list of numbers by county here. Whether a resident calls by phone or visits myvaccine.fl.gov, their place in line will be reserved reliably using Sharecare software.

Florida Preregistration System Toll-Free Numbers in Southwest Florida:

Charlotte: 866-200-9160 or (TTY) 833-990-3549
Collier: 866-201-4885 or (TTY) 833-990-3490
DeSoto: 866-201-7013 or (TTY) 833-476-1026
Glades: 866-201-6695 or (TTY) 833-476-1524
Hendry: 866-201-6745 or (TTY) 833-990-3548
Lee: 866-200-3468 or (TTY) 855-665-6608
More: For all other counties click here

As outlined in Executive Order 20 – 315, individuals who are eligible for the vaccine in Florida are outlined below. If someone does not meet these eligibility requirements, they will not be able to pre-register.

  • Long-term care facility residents and staff;
  • Persons 65 years of age and older; and
  • Health care personnel with direct patient contact.

Hospital providers, however, also may vaccinate persons who they deem to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19. This decision is made by the hospital provider.

On January 21, State Surgeon General Dr. Scott Rivkees issued a Public Health Advisory prioritizing vaccine in Florida for Florida residents. Please find the public health advisory here. Please bring proof of residency to any appointment across the state. ​

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