Vaccine Information

Vaccine, testing, and monoclonal treatment information for our county

To find information about COVID-19 please visit www.floridahealthcovid19.gov 
At the top of the website are links for vaccine information, vaccine locator, testing sites, and treatment sites.
The vaccine locator, testing, and treatment sites links are searchable by town or county. The information on this website is updated weekly by health department staff.

Homebound individuals, or their caregivers, may call 866-779-6121 to be put in contact with a Florida Department of Health representative who will assist them in requesting a COVID-19 vaccination. To submit an online request: Click here

To access a comprehensive list of sites providing the vaccine and testing in our county, please visit  www.floridahealthcovid19.gov 

Here is a list that we gathered that includes vaccine, testing, and nonoclonal treatment sites. 

Testing and monoclonal sites

Florida Department of Health
Offers the Moderna and Pfizer vaccine by appointment only.
To make an appointment, call 863-382-7260 or 863-382-7270.
For the homebound/transportation disadvantaged, call 833-930-3672 or email homeboundvaccine@em.myflorida.com
Bring with you:
Current government issued photo identification
For second dose, bring your DOH issued Moderna vaccination card

AdventHealth Sebring
Appointments required. No walk-ins accepted. Call 863-382-9600.
Location: Prompt Care at Sun 'N Lake, 4421 Sun 'n Lake Blvd., Suite B, Sebring

Treasure Coast Medical Associates
Pre-register online at tcmahealthcare.com
Location: Urgent Care Center, 7195 S. George Blvd., Sebring; 863-451-5862

Walmart
Avon Park: 1041 U.S. 27 North; 863-452-5159
Sebring: 3525 U.S. 27 North; 863-385-3373
Wauchula: 1480 U.S. 17 North; 863-773-5900
Lake Wales: 2000 State Road 60 East; 863-676-9468

CVS
Avon Park: 1105 W. Main St.;863-453-7505
Lake Placid: 5 U.S. 27; 863-465-4810
Sebring: 2728 U.S. 27 South; 863-385-2525

Walgreens
Avon Park: 96 U.S. 27 South; 863-453-0222
Lake Placid: 2 U.S. 27 South; 863-453-1178
Sebring: 3024 U.S. 27 South; 863-385-9929
Sebring: 3619 U.S. 27 North; 863-402-5624

Winn Dixie
Sebring: 3250 U.S. 27 South; 863-471-1268

After receiving your first dose of the vaccine, remember to keep your vaccination card in a safe place - you will need it when you get your second dose and booster vaccine.

More information about the Moderna vaccine may be found at click here
More information about the Pfizer vaccine may be found at click here

GOVERNOR'S EXECUTIVE ORDERS

On Dec. 23, 2020, Gov. DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-315 outlining how the vaccine is to be distributed in the coming weeks. Those 65 and older, alongside frontline high-risk healthcare workers and long-term care facility residents and staff, are in Tier 1A and are to receive the COVID-19 vaccine first.

On Feb. 26, 2021, Executive Order 21-46 was issued directing those age 65 and over be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as health care personnel with direct patient contact; "extremely vulnerable" of all ages with a doctor's note; and long-term care facility residents and staff.

On March 1, 2021, Executive Order 21-47 was issued directing those age 65 and over be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as health care personnel with direct patient contact; "extremely vulnerable" of all ages with a doctor's note; long-term care facility residents and staff; ; K-12 school employees aged 50 and older; sworn law enforcement officer 50 years of age and older; and firefighters aged 50 and older.

On March 8, 2021, Executive Order 21-62 was issued directing those age 60 and over be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as health care personnel with direct patient contact; "extremely vulnerable" of all ages with a doctor's note; long-term care facility residents and staff; K-12 school employees aged 50 and older; sworn law enforcement officer 50 years of age and older; and firefighters aged 50 and older.

On March 19, 2021, Executive Order 21-67 was issued directing those age 50 and over be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as health care personnel with direct patient contact; "extremely vulnerable" of all ages with a doctor's note; long-term care facility residents and staff; K-12 school employees aged 50 and older; sworn law enforcement officer 50 years of age and older; and firefighters aged 50 and older.

On March 26, 2021, Executive Order 21-79 was issued directing those age 40 and over be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, as well as health care personnel with direct patient contact; beginning April 5, all individuals age 18 and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.