Columbia County opens 18+ vaccine registration

COVID-19 vaccine syringe
COVID-19 vaccine syringe
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The Columbia County Health Department is inviting Columbia residents 18 and older to begin signing up now to receive a COVID-19 vaccination.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis just lowered the age threshold to 60 on Monday, and he said he expects to lower it in five-year increments afterward. However, he also acknowledged softening demand coupled with the expanding access of a third COVID-19 vaccine—indicating the threshold could lower sooner than later. 

Officials in Columbia County want to be ready when it happens. 

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“In the future, each time Governor DeSantis opens new eligible groups, we will already have the information needed to send scheduling appointment information electronically (text/e-mail) and via phone,” the health department said in a statement. 

Columbia County residents can use one of three methods to register:

1. http:// and then selecting the “Register to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine” link.



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