The Alachua County Department of Health has 10 COVID-19 vaccine walk-up clinics scheduled starting today and running through July 30.
All clinics will be held at the Thomas Coward Auditorium at the health department located at 224 SE 24th Street.
No appointment is necessary for these events, which are scheduled on select Mondays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines will be available.
The dates are:
Friday, June 25
Monday, June 28
Friday, July 2
Friday July 9
Monday July 12
Friday July 16
Monday July 19
Friday July 23
Monday July 26
Friday July 30
To expedite your visit, the health department has provided a link to download and fill out a consent form. Staff will provide a form at the event for those who do not have one.
Alachua County Health Department administrator Paul Myers said Tuesday that more than half of Alachua County residents ages 12 and up (134,920) have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
In comparing Alachua County with the rest of the state, Myers reported that Alachua County ranks 14th out of 67 for vaccinations with 56 percent.
Myers said that Alachua County residents ages 18 to 39 remain the most hesitant of getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
“The vaccine has proven to be very effective—it’s safe—so we would encourage everybody that wants to and can get a vaccination, please do so,” Myers said. “As vaccinations increase, clearly new cases decrease.”
For more information contact the DOH-Alachua COVID-19 hotline 352-334-8810.