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A new COVID-19 vaccination center opened in Hialeah on Monday, and no appointments are needed.
People 60 and older and anyone who meets Florida’s other vaccine criteria can get a Pfizer-BioNTech shot at Bucky Dent Park, 2250 W. 60th St. The site Cheap New York Yankees Jerseys opened at noon Monday and “reached capacity” shortly before 2 p.m., according to the city.
Starting Tuesday, the site will open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. or until supplies run out.
The state-run site is expected to administer 200 doses a day, Hialeah Mayor Carlos Hernandez said during a Monday news conference at the site. The vaccination center is walk-up, which means you’ll wait standing in line instead of in your car.
People who get the first dose of the Pfizer vaccine will return to the location after 21 days to get their second injection.
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Other Floridians eligible for a shot at the site include healthcare workers with direct patient contact, law enforcement and firefighters 50 and older, and K-12 teachers and school staff 50 and older. People under 60 deemed by a physician to be “extremely vulnerable” to COVID-19 can also get a dose.
Beginning on Monday, March 15, 2021 at 12:00 PM, Bucky Dent Park will be a vaccination site that will run daily for a period Baseball Jerseys Outlet of sixty days. Individuals must meet requirements stated in the flyer. Vaccines will be administered at a first-come, first-served basis. pic.twitter.com/st5ie9CqZW
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You will need to show proof of Florida residency like a driver’s license or identification card. Police, firefighters, educators and healthcare workers will also need to show proof of employment with a badge, ID or pay stub. Besides proof of Florida Wholesale Baseball Jerseys residency, people under 60 with “at risk” conditions will need to show a physician-signed form that can be downloaded from the Florida Department of Health’s website.
The vaccination site will be open for 60 days, according to the city.