QUICK LINKS: How to make a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in the Jacksonville area

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Counties in the Jacksonville area are beginning to open up appointments for health care workers and individuals ages 65 and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

In many cases, the appointments to get the vaccine need to be made online. Here are the links you need to utilize to make appointments or request the vaccine:

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DUVAL COUNTY

REGENCY MALL:

Starting Wednesday, Jan. 20 the Regency Mall will begin COVID-19 vaccinations.

This is an appointment only center. To make an appointment call 1-866-200-3762. (NOTE: Appointments can only be made by calling the number provided, there are no appointments made online).

During your appointment, you must have a photo ID that proves that you’re a Florida resident.

For more on the Regency Mall vaccination center, click here.

PRIME OSBORN CONVENTION CENTER:

The Florida Department of Health - Duval County will be ending COVID-19 vaccine appointments at the Prime Osborn at the end of this week, Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry announced Wednesday. The site has been vaccinating health care workers or people age 65 or older.

Appointments can be made online. The DOH announced Monday, Jan. 4 that new appointments will be added through the online system every Thursday at 5 p.m. The link will change each week. To get to the new link, you will need to visit this site: http://duval.floridahealth.gov/alerts.html. NOTE: Appointments can no longer be made by phone. Only online appointments are available.

Even though the site is closing to new appointments, those who have gotten their first vaccine here will be able to get their second dose here as well.

HERE IS THE LINK THAT THE DOH SHARED FOR JAN. 14: https://jax.readyop.com/fe/eBiAeQ

MANDARIN AND LANE WILEY SENIOR CENTERS

The City of Jacksonville is also offering vaccines through Thursday, Jan. 21. Two senior centers in Duval County have been converted from coronavirus testing to coronavirus vaccination sites.

The Mandarin Senior Center (located at 3848 Hartley Road) and the Lane Wiley Senior Center (located at 6710 Wiley Road) began giving out COVID-19 vaccinations on Monday, Jan. 11. For more information on that program, click here.

These city-run sites are funded by the city, which is why only Duval residents are able to get vaccinated there. The sites are anticipated to close on Thursday as supply will run out -- however, those who have gotten their first vaccine at these sites will be able to get their second dose there.

However, at the Prime Osborn Convention Center, there is no residency requirement, as this site is federally funded.


CLAY COUNTY

Clay County Emergency Management said that when more vaccines become available, they will be given by appointment.

When available, appointments can be made by clicking here: https://www.claycountygov.com/community/emergency-management


ST. JOHNS COUNTY

St. Johns County received an allotment of 1,950 Pfizer vaccines from the State of Florida this week.

Registration will open at 9 a.m. on Thursday, January 21, for vaccination appointments on January 22, 25, and 27.

County leaders say you can schedule an appointment by visiting https://tinyurl.com/y52tcoaz or by calling the St. Johns County COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline at 904-295-3711 (dial all ten digits) after 9 a.m. on Thursday. NOTE: You will not be able to register for an appointment through the website or hotline prior to 9 a.m.

In addition to St. Johns County’s vaccine program, 14 Publix pharmacy locations in St. Johns County will start to administer a limited number of COVID-19 vaccinations, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced during a news conference in Ponte Vedra Beach on Wednesday.

DeSantis said more information on how to reserve an appointment time will be available at www.publix.com/covidvaccines.


COLUMBIA COUNTY

Columbia County Emergency Management Facebook said individuals 65 years of age and older will be the first ones to be vaccinated.


NASSAU COUNTY

To make an appointment, you must get a ticket through EventBrite, which allows residents to get a ticket online. Residents will then receive directions by email on how to schedule and where to go.

To get a ticket for an appointment, click here: https://www.onenassau.com/covid-19-vaccine-appointments/


PUTNAM COUNTY

The Florida Department of Health in Putnam County has released an online form to request your COVID-19 vaccination if you are 65 years of age and older, or a healthcare worker in direct contact with COVID patients.


CAMDEN & GLYNN COUNTIES

Appointments for a vaccine are not currently available, but residents can go to covid19.gachd.org and register to be notified when appointments open back up. Registering online does not guarantee a vaccination appointment; it simply gives the Georgia Department of Health’s Coastal Health District a way to notify residents when the appointment process is back underway: https://covid19.gachd.org/notification-list-for-covid-19-vaccine-scheduling/


NOTE: THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES HAVE NOT RELEASED ONLINE LINKS TO REQUEST A VACCINE OR MAKE AN APPOINTMENT, BUT HERE ARE THE FOLLOWING LINKS YOU CAN USE TO GET MORE INFORMATION:

BAKER COUNTY

BRADFORD & UNION COUNTIES

CHARLTON, WARE, BRANTLEY, PIERCE COUNTIES