OPD: Expect Traffic Delays Around FEMA Vaccine Sites in Orlando
If you’re driving near the Engelwood Neighborhood Center in Orlando today expect some delays.
The @Fema temporary site at the Engelwood Neighborhood Center just opened to residents. Our officers and @OrangeCoSheriff are here to make sure traffic runs smoothly. Right now impacts to traffic in the area are minimal. We will continue to keep you informed. pic.twitter.com/DnOl6dWJ8c
— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) March 3, 2021
The Orlando Police Department says a mobile FEMA vaccine clinic opened at the site Wednesday.
As a result, slowdowns are expected on South Semoran Blvd, Curry Ford Road, Glenwood Ave, and La Costa Drive.
OPD officers and Orange County Sheriff’s deputies will be in the area to help direct traffic and residents are urged to avoid the area or take an alternate route.
The vaccine site is open from 9 until 5 daily or until supplies run out now through Saturday, March 5.
Interest in getting a covid-19 vaccination? Now and until March 6 from 9 am-5 pm there’s a FEMA satellite site at the Englewood Neighborhood Center. For more info visit https://t.co/Ly4mKRUvzA. pic.twitter.com/TtzM8zdMek
— Orange County Sheriff’s Office (@OrangeCoSheriff) March 3, 2021
For traffic updates, follow @OrlandoPolice.
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