FEMA Opens Three Pop-Up Mobile Vaccine Clinics in Central Florida Today As Eligibility Expands
The Florida Division of Emergency Management has opened up three pop-up mobile vaccination sites in Central Florida today in coordination with FEMA.
— Alexa Lorenzo (@ALorenzoTV) April 5, 2021
Each of the sites can distribute up to 400 Johnson & Johnson single dose vaccines today only. The sites have little to no wait time and are open until 7 pm.
Anyone 18 and up who is a Florida resident is eligible to get vaccinated at all three sites.
The sites are: the Beardall Senior Center, Food Bank-New Life Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church and Lipscomb Community Center.
Orlando Police are warning drivers about increased traffic on Delaney Ave, Gore St and Orange Ave around the Beardall Senior Center vaccination site.
ADVISORY: Traffic on Delaney Ave., Gore St., & Orange Ave. may be impacted around the Beardall Senior Center today, due to a temporary @femaregion4 vaccination site opening there. Drivers: remain alert for possible slow-moving or stopped vehicles, and pedestrians. pic.twitter.com/UloWDiFQ3O
— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) April 5, 2021
Drivers should remain alert for slow or stopped cars and for pedestrians.
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