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COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

I have heard from so many in our community who were initially frustrated with the lack of information on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout. By now any adult who wants a vaccine should be able to get one very quickly and with little restriction. However, this is still a complicated process, and one that is updating daily, so please continue to be patient as rollout continues. We will update this page with information that you need on COVID-19 vaccination in Palm Beach County as we receive it. For help, please call (866) 201-6754.

Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions that we have heard from members of our community:

Who is eligible for the COVID-19 Vaccine?

All Americans ages 12 and older are eligible for the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine, all adults 18 and older are eligible for the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson Vaccines.

How do I register for a COVID-19 Vaccine? 

  • For a general federal pharmacy sites, you can go here.
  • Click here to register for an appointment with the Palm Beach County Health Care District, you will be able to select location preference.
    • If you do not have internet access, call (561) 804-4115 or (866) 201-6754.
    • Individuals who were on the County's Health Care District waitlist will be prioritized.
  • You can register for a vaccine at Publix.
  • You can register for a vaccine at CVS, here
  • You can register for a vaccine at Winn-Dixie, here.
  • You can register for a vaccine at Walgreens, here.
  • You can register for a vaccine at Walmart, here.
  • Homebound seniors can request vaccination by emailing or by calling (866) 201-6754.

Where should veterans go to be vaccinated?

  • The WPB VA Medical Center, Stuart VA Clinic, Fort Pierce VA Clinic, and Indian River State College are now offering vaccines to eligible veterans, their spouses, and caregivers. Click here to learn more.
Need help getting to the vaccine?
  • The White House is partnering with ride-sharing apps to provide FREE rides to COVID-19 vaccine appointments. For more information, click here