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Florida DOH-Collier County receives COVID-19 vaccine, will distribute Jan. 3


Collier County

The Florida Department of Health in Collier County has received the COVID-19 vaccine. There will be a limited amount of vaccine distributed per day per site. Collier County will continue to receive the vaccine in the following weeks.

Vaccine distribution will begin Jan. 3. COVID-19 testing has been cancelled for all sites with the exception of Thursday, Jan. 7, at North Collier Regional Park Soccer Fields from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine will be made via Eventbrite.

Jan. 3, 2021, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Florida Department of Health in Collier County,
3339 E. Tamiami Trail, Naples, 34112

  • Drive-Thru.
  • Appointment made on Eventbrite.
  • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact and persons 65+.
    • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact will be asked to provide
      identification indicating they are healthcare staff.
  • Face masks must be worn while waiting in vehicles.
  • No referral needed. No cost. Clients will be asked to complete a registration form
    prior to receiving the vaccine.
  • Lightning, heavy rain, or gusty winds can slow operations or shut down the site.

Jan. 4, 2021, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.: North Collier Regional Park Soccer Fields:
15000 Livingston Road, Naples, 34109

  • Drive-Thru.
  • Appointment made on Eventbrite.
  • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact and persons 65+.
    • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact will be asked to provide
      identification indicating they are healthcare staff.
  • Face masks must be worn while waiting in vehicles.
  • No referral needed. No cost. Clients will be asked to complete a registration form
    prior to receiving the vaccine.
  • Lightning, heavy rain, or gusty winds can slow operations or shut down the site.

Jan. 5, 2021, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.: Winn Dixie Mall, 1500 Lake Trafford Road,
Immokalee, 34142

  • Walk-Up.
  • Appointment made on Eventbrite.
  • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact and persons 65+.
    • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact will be asked to provide
      identification indicating they are healthcare staff.
  • Face masks must be worn while waiting.
  • No referral needed. No cost. Clients will be asked to complete a registration form
    prior to receiving the vaccine.
  • Lightning, heavy rain, or gusty winds can slow operations or shut down the site.

Jan. 6, 2021, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.: North Collier Regional Park Soccer Fields: 15000
Livingston Road, Naples, 34109

  • Drive-Thru.
  • Appointment made on Eventbrite.
  • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact and persons 65+.
    • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact will be asked to provide
      identification indicating they are healthcare staff.
  • Face masks must be worn while waiting in vehicles.
  • No referral needed. No cost. Clients will be asked to complete a registration form
    prior to receiving the vaccine.
  • Lightning, heavy rain, or gusty winds can slow operations or shut down the site.

Jan. 7, 2021, HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL WITH DIRECT PATIENT CONTACT
ONLY: Florida Department of Health in Collier County, 3339 E. Tamiami Trail,
Naples, 34112

  • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact by appointment only. Call (239) 252-6220.
    • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact will be asked to provide
      identification indicating they are healthcare staff.
  • Face masks must be worn while waiting.
  • No referral needed. No cost. Clients will be asked to complete a registration form
    prior to receiving the vaccine.
  • Lightning, heavy rain, or gusty winds can slow operations or shut down the site.

Jan. 8, 2021, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. North Collier Regional Park Soccer Fields:
15000 Livingston Road, Naples, 34109

  • Drive-Thru.
  • Appointment made on Eventbrite.
  • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact and persons 65+.
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    • Healthcare personnel with direct patient contact will be asked to provide
      identification indicating they are healthcare staff.
  • Face masks must be worn while waiting.
  • No referral needed. No cost. Clients will be asked to complete a registration form
    prior to receiving the vaccine.
  • Lightning, heavy rain, or gusty winds can slow operations or shut down the site

The DOH-Collier call center will remain open Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The call center can be reached at (239) 252-6220. For more information regarding COVID-19, visit the DOH pandemic website.

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