2 COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics Open Jan. 20th and Jan. 21st.

COVID-19 Vaccine
COVID-19 Vaccine

The Florida Department of Health Indian River will hold two vaccination clinics, Wednesday, January 20, and Thursday, January 21, by-appointment only for individuals 65 years and older at the Indian River County Fairgrounds (7955 58th Avenue in Vero Beach).

The online reservation system to receive the COVID-19 vaccination through Indian River County will open on Tuesday, January 19, at 9:30 a.m. To schedule an appointment, please visit IRC Appointments online. The form will not be active until registration opens Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.

Please call (772) 226-4000 for technical assistance in submitting an online appointment reservation or general information.

Individuals with scheduled appointments must bring a form of identification (driver’s license, passport, etc.) and wear a mask. Patrons can also save time by bringing a completed COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Consent Form.

The limited number of COVID-19 vaccines Indian River County receives from the State of Florida determines appointment availability. At this time, walk-ups are not accepted.

Please continue to check the Indian River County website (www.ircgov.com) as new appointments will be released once additional vaccines are confirmed.

Individuals are encouraged to subscribe to ALERT Indian River for FREE alerts for future updates on vaccination clinics. Updates will be also be shared on the Indian River County website and other social media platforms as they become available.

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