DOH makes COVID-19 vaccine form available for those with ‘extreme vulnerability’
Florida Department of Health tweeted Tuesday night the “COVID-19 Determination of Extreme Vulnerability” form for those under 65 seeking to get approval for vaccination.
It must be signed by a doctor after a patient has been determined to meet the criteria defined by the health department as someone who is “extremely vulnerable” to COVID-19.
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ signed an executive order that allows Floridians under 65 who are considered “extremely vulnerable” to COVID-19 to get vaccinated at store pharmacies.
See a link to the form and the DOH tweet below:
Pursuant to EO 21-47, the Department has published a form for physicians to certify that they have determined an individual to be extremely vulnerable to COVID-19 & eligible to receive the vaccine. This form will be used across Florida beginning tomorrow – https://t.co/F0vaSFnFng
— Florida Dept. Health (@HealthyFla) March 3, 2021