PALM BAY, FLORIDA – The City of Palm Bay still has COVID-19 vaccination appointments available for Friday, April 16, 2021.
Registration phone lines will reopen Tuesday, April 13, from 10:00am until 12:00pm. To make a vaccination appointment, call (321) 726-2790.
Palm Bay Fire Rescue personnel will be administering the Moderna vaccine by appointment only on Friday, April 16 at Palm Bay Fire Rescue Headquarters located at 899 Carlyle Avenue SE. Vaccinations are available for free to all Floridians 18 years of age and older, in accordance with State of Florida eligibility guidelines and Food and Drug Administration guidance.
What to Bring to Your Vaccination Appointment
Please bring a valid form of ID (driver’s license, passport, etc.) to your vaccination appointment. If your ID does not list a Florida address, please bring proof of full- or part-time Florida residency (utility bill, mortgage statement, etc.).
The City of Palm Bay must operate in accordance with State of Florida vaccination eligibility guidelines. As of April 5, 2021, all Floridians are eligible to receive any COVID-19 vaccine as prescribed by the Food and Drug administration. The Moderna vaccine is authorized for individuals age 18 and up.
Currently, the City has received doses of the Moderna vaccine through its partnership with Brevard County Emergency Management and the Department of Health in Brevard County. The Moderna vaccine requires two doses, spaced 28 days apart. Individuals who receive the Moderna vaccine at the City of Palm Bay distribution site will have the appointment for their second dose scheduled during their initial visit.
Future Appointment Availability
The City of Palm Bay’s distribution site will operate on a week-to-week basis due to limited vaccine supplies. Future appointment availability will be determined by the weekly vaccine allotments received from the Florida Department of Health. The City is committed to continuing our vaccine distribution partnership with Brevard County Emergency Management and the Department of Health in Brevard County. As supplies become available, we will open additional vaccination appointments.